Fastpitch Softball: The Windmill Pitcher

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McGraw-Hill Education, Jan 11, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 192 pages
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"The Windmill Pitcher is the most comprehensive book on fastpitch pitching that I have read. It is an excellent reference for both coaches and pitchers." -- Ernie Parker, world-renowned pitching coach "I now have a comprehensive reference book to offer the people who contact me about pitching. The chapter on increasing ball speed is outstanding. There was an incredible need for this book and I thank Barry for writing it." -- Sherry Werner, PhD, lead researcher, International Olympic Committee's Submission on Biomechanics and Physiology "One of the most comprehensive fastpitch instructional books on the market today. A must addition for any coach's library." -- Art Certosimo, DuPage County, Illinois Barry Simmons has been a pitcher in men's fastpitch softball leagues at all levels for 35 years. Also a student of art and design, Sammons used his knowledge to develop many of the illustrations used in the book. He is an attorney for the Milwaukee, Wisconsin firm of Quarles & Brady.

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User Review  - Kaylin - Goodreads

i am in to softball so i got this book. i just leaned how to pitch properly last month and this is a great book for pitching beginers... good! Read full review

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User Review  - Dirk McCall - Goodreads

I have read it and done it...but don't really get "it". This year I have switched to the slingshot delivery. Basically dumping this instruction. Lame illustrations throughout. Read full review

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Barry Simmons has been a pitcher in men's fastpitch softball leagues at all levels for 35 years. Also a student of art and design, Sammons used his knowledge to develop many of the illustrations used in the book. He is an attorney for the Milwaukee, Wisconsin firm of Quarles & Brady.

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