He posted her swing. From the 1925 Babe Ruth hitting BP style video it looked pretty good. I just don't like people talking up their kids anywhere on here other than the Shameless Brag Forum...pet peeve of mine. It probably annoys me because I am incapable of saying anything nice about my DD and I am jealous of their ability to do so...or it could be that my DD's swing is not good..see I just did it again.Nice to see the sarcastic. smartass Pattar hasn't left the board. If only we could virtually throw a water bottle at you!
(Bobby, don't take offense, no one believes anything here until you prove it with video. )
Just so you know, I'm virtually throwing a water bottle at you now. But to be nice, it's only half full. (Don't call the cops bro!)
Certainly not 1.000, in bp the pitcher isn't trying to get you out. Biggest problem was the strikeout and then the pop up due to the coach throwing too much front toss. She was the BP queen but game pitch distance took some time to figure out how to barrel up. It took some analysis to recognize that she was looking for pitched ball flight that fell the 42" from initial trajectory in 30 feet for BP front toss to 42" from initial in 43 feet. She kept lifting her hands even though the bat was on the plane of the pitch. When she lifted her hands during the swing, the reaction was that the bat would dip momentarily, right when the ball passed by, and then get back on plane. I happened to be looking at a BP swing video and saw that at 30 feet her hands were at the level of the ball and then the ball would fall into the bat that was rotating beneath her hands. The cure? No more close up front toss. All BP pitched from the rubber. The UL drill on deck. Make practice more closely resemble the game.Sounds like she hit 1.000 congrats..
The LSU camp was in winter 2018. At the camp, Dobson went on about how everyone was wrong when they said hitting was in the hips. He said," It's all in the hands!" "Hands to the ball, get top the ball, swing down.""Unfortunately, at that time, Howard Dobson, the LSU hitting coach didn't believe in hr as an effective way to win in the SEC "
For this comment, I have to call on ole John McEnroe.
You can not be serious!