I think I have seen this mentioned off and on in a couple of threads, but I was not able to find a specific thread to talk about it and maybe it is just not thread-worthy... :-)
But basically, there seems to be 2 theories for throwing hand placement, behind the glove or behind your back down beside your leg.
If your hand is down/back the concern seems to be that there is a reaction where as the pitch is coming in you may pull you throwing hand out with a possible injury happening.
If your hand is behind the glove, the concern seems to be that you may get hit by the batter.
So I am just looking for feedback from everyone on what they think is the best approach.
I have started leaning towards the hand behind only because if you are not interfering with the batter then your hand is not going to get hit. So if I have confidence in catcher placement in the box and how she moves the glove then I am confident that she will not get her throwing hand hit.
So say you all?