Tag Archive: curveball

Early Setup For The Curveball

Today, I will be answering a readers question regarding curveballs

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Reader question: “twist” vs. “tuck finger”

This week I’m addressing a question asked by reader Fred about different methods of throwing a curveball. Since terminology varies around the country it was a little tricky, but I did my best interpretation. Fred, if this doesn’t answer your question thoroughly, please feel free to send a follow up!

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Curveball Fix

Is your curveball more of a flat diagonal pitch than a true breaking pitch? Watch the video for some tips on how to correct it.

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Hand Action Series Part 5: Curve Balls

This is the last or our 5-part Hand Action Series which focused on the last minute wrist, hand, finger action of various pitches. We hope this series gave you a close look at the action needed to give your pitches the tight spin, “bite” and movement necessary to successfully execute these pitches and to command the strike zone. Today we look at curve balls.

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Maximizing the Throw Zone for Movement Pitches: Curveball

We’ve discussed the windmill pitcher’s throw zone in depth as it applies to the fastball and change-up, and in last week’s video I introduced the concept of “drawing a picture” of your pitch in the throw zone by showing you the throw zone for a screwball. In today’s video, we’re going to discuss the curveball.

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