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Rick Strickland
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Rick Strickland Jun 18
Replying to @SLPnation
Handle your business
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Danny Chambliss Jun 17
Pitching Rotations for the week of 6/19 for all teams.
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Rick Strickland Jun 14
BIG PUMA!
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Rick Strickland Jun 13
Rotex
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Rick Strickland Jun 13
Correct. More emphasis on the torso.
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Rick Strickland Jun 13
Not an elbow drill. It’s a trunk side bending excercise.
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Rick Strickland Jun 12
Replying to @PeabodyBaseball
Stop yourself! 😂Get those guys further away from the wall. Make them rotate that trail shoulder to the ground.
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Rick Strickland Jun 11
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Rick Strickland Jun 11
Agree
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Rick Strickland Jun 11
What about a high level swing with good timing?
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Danny Chambliss Jun 11
Schedules and pitching rotations for for this week (6/12-6/16) in Indianapolis.
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Rick Strickland Jun 11
Replying to @dominikkeul @MaxDutto_
Cool.
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Rick Strickland Jun 10
Replying to @dominikkeul @MaxDutto_
Isn’t everything easier when you have stable Chains?
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Rick Strickland Jun 10
Replying to @MaxDutto_ @dominikkeul
The level of success of the drill really is dependent upon the player. Some players it’s worked, for some players it hasn’t. It’s work with some high school kids and it hasn’t worked with some high school kids. The drill is worth it for some and useless for others
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Rick Strickland Jun 10
Replying to @MaxDutto_
I don’t think it’s a rust drill at all. Do it all the time with my high school and youth kids
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Rick Strickland Jun 10
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Rick Strickland Jun 10
Replying to @JasonOchart
Match those too up and you get close the 90 degree bat to spine usually.
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Rick Strickland Jun 9
Replying to @JasonOchart
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Rick Strickland Jun 8
Hit the ball out front big fella.
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