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re: Brady Neal's right hand

Posted on 2/19/24 at 5:21 pm to
Posted by Choupique19
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 5:21 pm to
Please go tell these major leaguers they aren’t using proper technique








Posted by Thib-a-doe Tiger
Member since Nov 2012
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 5:25 pm to
Cool, I could go cherry pick just as many that are hiding the hand. Are you an Ell alter?


And I just had to come back to say, please show the class where I said anything about having the hand out front. Use examples
This post was edited on 2/19/24 at 5:27 pm
Posted by Thib-a-doe Tiger
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 5:29 pm to
quote:

You said he needs to move it some he doesn’t get it hit.



Oh look, another misquote
Posted by Choupique19
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 5:47 pm to
A poster said this

quote:

caught in college. kept my hand pretty much where Brady does. Felt like it allowed for a smoother transition and throwing motion.


And you wanted to be a smartass and responded with this

quote:

It does until you repeatedly take foul balls off of it



All of LSU’s catchers use the same technique. It’s taught at the upper levels of baseball.
Posted by Thib-a-doe Tiger
Member since Nov 2012
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 5:49 pm to
So where did I say it was wrong or that he needed to move his hand? If you weren't such a moron, you would see that I agreed with the reasoning of the position while acknowledging that it puts the hand at greater risk. I don't know how I could be proven more right with the dude taking one off the hand in consecutive games.
Posted by root
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Member since Nov 2020
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 5:50 pm to
He took the foul ball to the hand in top of the 3rd after throwing out a runner. Hit the GS in bot of 3rd. Milazzo came in to catch in top of the 4th.
Posted by Choupique19
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Member since Sep 2005
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 5:53 pm to
News flash, catcher’s get dinged up over the course of a weekend
Posted by Thib-a-doe Tiger
Member since Nov 2012
35325 posts
Posted on 2/19/24 at 5:54 pm to
You must be strong to carry those goalposts
Posted by Pintail
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 6:07 pm to
quote:

Please go tell these major leaguers they aren’t using proper technique


You certainly cherry picked a few photos one that was during warmups, one that looks like the pitcher hasn’t even thrown it, and another that was after the batter had finished his swing and he was transferring the ball.

There’s hundreds of ways to skin a cat but the most dangerous is putting your hand in front of your body.
This post was edited on 2/19/24 at 6:08 pm
Posted by tigersbb
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 6:07 pm to
He was artificial intelligence when artificial intelligence wasn't cool.
Posted by Thib-a-doe Tiger
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 6:09 pm to
That’s right, is Choupique19 gonna tell Yadi he was doing it wrong?
Posted by HeadSlash
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Member since Aug 2006
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Posted on 2/19/24 at 7:28 pm to
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Thanks but is there not a little shoulder pad to protect that spot?


I can make him one if needed
Posted by IM_4_LSU
Augusta, GA
Member since Mar 2014
8993 posts
Posted on 2/20/24 at 7:39 am to
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Reason being is that if your hand is behind your back the flesh above your shoulder is tighter and a ball that hits there will do more damage


Incorrect. He keeps his hand there because it makes more a quicker transition to throw out the runner. He is not keeping it there because of his shoulder lmfao.

Ignorance thy name is TheBanana.
Posted by Honkus
Member since Aug 2005
50933 posts
Posted on 2/23/24 at 2:53 pm to
man.. tough scene out there


Is there any point in blocking the ball like that with nobody on base?

Its like guys who hang in there and take the HBP with 3 balls. You're either walking or getting HBP. Ill take the BB
This post was edited on 2/23/24 at 2:56 pm
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