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    What type of change up does she throw?

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    Look like a horse shoe to me

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaker1 View Post

    Look like a horse shoe to me
    Horse shoe?

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    It looks like she is throwing a horse shoe while spinning the ball sideways to help cut the speed.
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    Think of the release between these 2 frames. Releasing with the fingers on side of the ball.
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    It's nasty!

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    Like the little fist pump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quincy View Post
    Like the little fist pump.
    She definitely gets fired up, fun to watch

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    Even better IMO: Pointer finger and thumb lead into release and the ball rolls off the pinky/ring fingers. A good cue is holding a cup of water and splashing it on the target using the pinky and ring finger at the bottom of the cup. This gives the ball top spin which makes the pitch even tougher for the hitter (hopefully not the catcher...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken B View Post
    Even better IMO: Pointer finger and thumb lead into release and the ball rolls off the pinky/ring fingers. A good cue is holding a cup of water and splashing it on the target using the pinky and ring finger at the bottom of the cup. This gives the ball top spin which makes the pitch even tougher for the hitter (hopefully not the catcher...)
    Yep!! Kinda how I explained it to dd. Was easier for me to get top spin and control with the pinky directly behind the ball at telease.
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