Pitching Secrets of the Pros: Big-League Hurlers Reveal the Tricks of Their Trade
The first book of its kind to teach the art of pitching from an anecdotal perspective, "Pitching Secrets of the Pros "provides a wealth of practical information through exclusive interviews and historical research. Gaylord Perry, Trevor Hoffman, Curt Schilling, Bob Feller, and Greg Maddux are only a few of the big-league pitchers and catchers who share their insights with aspiring hurlers, teaching readers about styles and strategies, fastballs and faults, and everything they need to gain a competitive edge on the mound.
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Preparation and Training
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