A hitting clinic: the Walt Hriniak way

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Harpercollins, Mar 1, 1989 - Sports & Recreation - 120 pages
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Baseball's most renowned hitting instructor explains all phases of batting, from basic technique to proper mental outlook. Includes photos of such baseball greats as Wade Boggs, Dwight Evans, and Rick Gedman demonstrating the Hriniak technique. Illustrated.

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Contents

A Hitting Theory
5
Why Should I Listen to Walt Hriniak?
11
Choosing Your Weapon
23
Copyright

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Horenstein is author of over 30 books, including monographs, published by Viking, Chronicle, powerHouse, Stewart, Tabori, Change, and Pond Press Henry's textbooks have been widely used by photography students worldwide, including Black & White Photography, published by Little, Brown, which has sold close to 700,000 copies to date. Henry is a professor of photography at Rhode Island School of Design.

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