OK well first off I don’t feel pain. :lol: :lol: :shock:
Pheen this will be a problem especially when you see a real curveball that comes in at your shoulder and drops right into the strikezone. It’s all mental when you see that curveball don’t bail out.
I haven’t got hit yet this year I don’t believe in summer or school. I’m kind of a small kid they like to pitch to me. And I like to hit off them :lol:
I just turned 15 I’m 5’7’’ 140 pounds batting 3rd in a 17 year old league. They think I’m an easy out so I never get too many close calls.
I did get hit in a batting cage, something happened one day and we had a practice that we didn’t have to go to and of course I went. We got out the pitching machine and we were kinda screwing around and we set it on like 85 MPH knucke balls lol. The kid who set it up was like ok lets hit some 85 MPH fastballs. He forgot you don’t set both wheels the same speed. And someone stepped up and was like whoa a knuckleball lol. So our coach got a kick out of it and it was good batting practice so he let us play a game like if you hit it to certain parts of the cage it’s a double triple homer or out. We’re playing and Ball comes in at my hands. Now I was taught to when a ball comes at you to turn your head and body spin around and let your butt stick out. I turned away figuring it would go over me I somehow turned my left wrist in twords the ball. It hit me square in the backside of my wrist. My coach didn’t say a word he didn’t want to know if anything was broken. Instant bruise laces and all I got ice on it swelling went down and he said if that hit the outside of my wrist It would have for surely broken it. I’m lucky I turned because all of the veins and fleshy parts of my wrist took the impact.
Still didn’t hurt that bad.