Here is the truth. I’ll venture to say that 90% of breaking balls that you guys strike-out on are pitches in the dirt.


Why is that?

Because you haven’t established the discipline of “posting up”. That’s why.

You have to force the pitcher to leave the breaking ball up in the zone.


If you can do that, you’ll have a chance to be known as a great breaking ball hitter.

In this video I’ll be breaking down Bryce Harper’s swing on  a curve-ball that was left ” up enough” in the zone for him to tattoo it over the center field fence.

You gotta watch this swing!


Who’s your favorite hitter?

Let me know who your favorite hitter is in the comment section below and I’ll make sure to use him(or her) in one of our AoB swing analysis videos.

Thanks a bunch.

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