By Randy Voorhees, Mark Gola
The four hundred top issues Ever acknowledged approximately the way to Play Baseball Randy Voorhees and Mark Gola the 1st e-book of baseball quotations to concentration solely on the best way to play the sport, As Koufax acknowledged . . . brings jointly four hundred of the easiest, so much useful and interesting costs in regards to the video game of baseball for avid gamers, coaches, and diehard fans. the result's a set that provides clever, helpful, and actual recommendation to any fan of the nationwide hobby.
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They never combine the two motions. —Charlie Lau 37 Batting You’re making the pitcher faster than he really is when the head travels forward a lot. And any time the body moves, the eyes move. When the eyes move, the ball takes a bad hop on the way in. —Richie Zisk, major-league player (1971–1983) SW ING It don’t mean a thing if you ain’t got that swing. —Tony Oliva, major-league player (1962–1976), coach I don’t believe in the hitter creating weight shift. I think the bat should transfer the weight to the front side.
Curt Schilling, major-league pitcher (1988–present) Numbers are in the past, and they don’t help me get anyone out. I just know what they can do when they get into your mind and make you think things you don’t need to think. —Mark Davis, major-league pitcher (1980–1981, 1983–1994, 1997) The best pitch you can throw is a comfortable pitch, the pitch that you believe in, even if it’s the wrong pitch. —Greg Maddux I have learned not to trust my stuff in the bullpen as a guide to how well I will do in a game.
Mark Davis, major-league pitcher (1980–1981, 1983–1994, 1997) The best pitch you can throw is a comfortable pitch, the pitch that you believe in, even if it’s the wrong pitch. —Greg Maddux I have learned not to trust my stuff in the bullpen as a guide to how well I will do in a game. If you are a positive-minded competitor, your warm-up time is certainly a hopeful time, but don’t be overly inﬂuenced by what happens in the bullpen. Warming up is when you establish your delivery, making sure it is regular and rhythmic with each pitch.
As Koufax Said... : The 400 Greatest Things Ever Said About Baseball by Randy Voorhees, Mark Gola