A hitting clinic: the Walt Hriniak way
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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A Hitting Theory
Why Should I Listen to Walt Hriniak?
Choosing Your Weapon
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45-degree angle Babe Ruth balanced ballplayers batting cage batting crown batting practice best hitters better hitter Boston Red Sox bottom hand career Carl Yastrzemski Carney Lansford catcher Charles Miller Charlie Lau Courtesy discipline Don Baylor Don Mattingly Dwight Evans fastball feel feet flip drill follow-through front leg front toe George Brett going grip habits hard Henry Horenstein high finish hips hit the ball hitting coach home runs home-run hitter Hriniak Jim Rice keep your head keeps his head kids knees learned look lot of hitters managed middle-out Mike never Peter Travers pitch pitcher plate play players position pull the ball relaxed release his top Rich Gedman right field right-handed Rod Carew season shoulder slump spring training started strikeouts swing talk teach Ted Williams tell There's things top hand try to pull Wade Boggs Walt Walter watch the ball weight back weight shift