4 Seam Vs 2 Seam Fastball: Whats The Difference?
Historically, the plan with 2 seamers was to keep them low in the strike zone and try to get hitters to hit the top half of the ball for an easy ground out. However, on the MLB level, batters have adjusted well to the low 2 seam fastball in recent years and its use has […]
How To Throw A Filthy Two-Seam Fastball 15 Pictures Of Grips
Knowing when to throw a 4 seam fastball versus a 2 seam fastball can be the difference between a strikeout, ball, or a base hit (or more!). A right-handed pitcher will usually see the ball move down and in toward a right handed hitter—or down and away from a left handed hitter, as seen in […]
How To Throw A Filthy Four-Seam Fastball 14 Pictures Of Grips
When throwing a change-up, your arm velocity and body mechanics should be exactly the same as when you’re throwing a fastball. The only difference is the baseball pitching grip. Because it looks like you’re throwing a fastball, but the ball is moving slower, the batter will usually swing too early, either missing the ball completely […]