Be a Better Hitter: Baseball Basics
If you want to be a great slugger on your Little League or school team, this advice will get you there. Learn how to have a good grip, the proper stance, and an excellent pre-swing--the most important skills. Make contact and see how to track and pull the ball. Understand the swing as you hit for average, develop quickness, and more. Find out why baseball is 90% mental as you get details on the pitch count, umpires, hitting to your strengths, the hit and run, the sacrifice bunt and squeeze play, the sacrifice fly, and hitting breaking pitches. Follow the instruction and drills, and pay attention to the tips and photos, and your average will improve immensely. The author lives in Las Vegas, NV. 96 pages (all in color), 8 x 10. NEW IN PAPERBACK
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