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Yesterday, I asked if LLBB prohibited sidearm pitching, but more importantly is a bad thing because he has a lot of maturity and a great baseball IQ. his arm and any future as a pitcher are jeopardized throwing sidearm.


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However, there is some evidence that lower Arm Slots — low 3/4 and sidearm — are bad for kids. And, anecdotally, I hurt my arm tryng to throw submarine. So I taught I was going through my files last night and came across an article in which the author described the three different arm slots: overhand, 3/4, and sidearm.


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Lowering your arm slot can put a little bit more stress on your elbow, which adds up if Pitching sidearm allows for movement mostly on a flat plane which is much Why do pitchers seem to choke and throw a bad ball when the count is 0-​2?


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However, there is some evidence that lower Arm Slots — low 3/4 and sidearm — are bad for kids. And, anecdotally, I hurt my arm tryng to throw submarine. So I taught I was going through my files last night and came across an article in which the author described the three different arm slots: overhand, 3/4, and sidearm.


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However, there is some evidence that lower Arm Slots — low 3/4 and sidearm — are bad for kids. And, anecdotally, I hurt my arm tryng to throw submarine. So I taught I was going through my files last night and came across an article in which the author described the three different arm slots: overhand, 3/4, and sidearm.


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Obviously, I don't want him to hurt himself, but I'm not ready to pull the plug on his delivery until I'm convinced that it is necessary. He fouled it straight back, but swung over it, so there was very little bat on the ball. You know how they say some people can look at a piano and play it. Page of 2. The kid knows everything that I, or someone other than a professional could teach him already. As a coach, I've tried to teach kids his age to use both sides of the plate, but they are reluctant to do so. To me the most credible opinions suggest that it is no more of a risk than pitching overhand. He doesn't throw a lot of breaking pitches, just enough to maintain his ability to do so. Other days we've sat in the dugout and the gear has never left the bag. Login or Sign Up. Over the top he throws a 4 seam and 2 seam with excellent movement fastball, a change up, and a really nice curve ball that he throws both as a slow and a little harder with a sharp, late break. He's very determined. So, just having a good idea of what he thinks he should do is a leg up. When he pitched over the top, 9 out of 10 first pitches were 4-seemers in.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} I'm no expert. I think there is an increase for injury. That was always an injury concern. And, since he's throwing a higher percentage of strikes, I'm not changing his mechanics at all. Previous 1 2 template Next. And, he's only been throwing this way a few months. His velocity is still excellent, but definetly down a couple mph. The most sensible things I've read are that what feels natural is what's better in terms of avoiding injury. I'm actually quite relieved and hope to get at least a little information that puts my mind at ease. Struck out the side in the first inning on 10 pitches, 2 of the 3 out pitches were the off-speed thing one looking, one swinging. We've spent a lot of time working on that including researching and then tweaking mechanics. Coaches are great. Tags: None. Comment Post Cancel. We always joke that if he did everything his coaches told him to do out there, he'd look like a world champion - a world champion Twister player. A good, general rule of thumb on throwing a curve is to start after the kid starts shaving regularly. Even I teach too much. Oh, that's just the way it is Still, I hope that some of the real pitching mechanics experts chime in here, I'll be listening. Sidearm, his control is remarkable, and there's lots of movement on his pitches. There are two kinds of losers Those that don't do what they are told, and those that do only what they are told. The downside is that the movement isn't downward. Eck was slowed by injuries halfway through, but recovered enough to hold the career appearances record briefly I saw him tie and break it! He has decent control over the top, but sometimes cannot keep the ball down. Last edited by shake-n-bake ; , AM. And this one belongs to the Reds! Anyone have a good source of information on the subject? Now though, he's using mostly trial and error in terms of arm angle and grip to develop more than just a 2 seamer from his sidearm delivery. The ball stays at a fairly level plain through the strikezone and he's pitching to a little more contact than he's used to. I am very much looking forward to when he can throw them with regularity because he can throw a curve ball for a strike and also start it in the zone and have it finish well outside the zone. Its certainly been effective. Wednesday, he put on a show. I can't say a thing about how it affects kids, but throwing sidearm worked great for Pete Alexander, Walter Johnson, Eckersley, and Randy Johnson over long careers. What's odd is that pitching over the top, he never really had a decent change-up. He will tell me immediately if something doesn't feel right and we work on something else. Sidearm is a more natural motion than coming over the top My son's pitching coach even makes my son come more side arm for a bit more control I dont believe that there is anymore injury risk in either If your son is 10 and throwing breaking balls, then he is definitely at an increased risk for injury regardless of his throwing motion. The other issue is that he now is almost totally in control of his development - not necessarily a bad thing because he has a lot of maturity and a great baseball IQ. Yesterday, I asked if LLBB prohibited sidearm pitching, but more importantly is there an increased risk of injury to my 10 year old son pitching this way? Similar concept. The thing to watch for is opposite hand batter pounding a tune on him because they see the ball so much better He'd have to learn how to bust them inside good and also find a pitch that will break away from them a little I really believe that he'll figure out how to get a little better movement on his pitches and how to "pitch" sidearm. Coaches say such stuff I had a girls' softball coach tell me that fast pitch hitters had to keep the back elbow down, while baseball hitters had to keep it up. When you come over the top, you have more muscles to absorb the slow down motion. Some days more than once a day. His delivery is similar to Dennis Eckersley's arm angle. Watching him, you'd think he's been throwing like that all along - not just 3 or 4 months. I'm sure one of the trainers could go into more detail. So, I suppose I'm on board with it. Last year, he experienced some soreness from time to time, but thus far throwing sidearm - none - and we've been pitching a lot. Posts Latest Activity. We play a lot of ball, every day - weather permitting. By far his greatest asset for a young pitcher is a excellent control, but b owns the inside part of the plate. His delivery appears very natural. But coaches love to coach fundamentals while the kid is out on the mound every time he throws a ball or walks someone. He's not a submariner like say Bradford or Mike Meyers. Originally posted by Ohplayer View Post. I appreciate the time they volunteer, but they basically leave him alone completely now when it comes to pitching and that's a good thing. When you go sidearm, I think it puts alot more strain on the rear delt and rotator cuff muscles. That was a pitch. Filtered by:. Maybe I'll procure some information that I've yet to find that'll either put my mind totally at ease or give me some motivation to start working on my son to convert back to pitching over the top. In a matter of a couple of weeks he's picked up an off-speed pitch that is beyond nasty. But there's a lot of folks of the opinion that his arm and any future as a pitcher are jeopardized throwing sidearm. It took a long time to master the pitches he can throw over the top. He'd rather do his homework or go to the dentist. The kid he walked was the only batter to touch a ball. Forgot password or user name? Evidentally, his leauge hasn't seen a kid throw sidearm before because the knee-jerk reactions have been widespread. Its even frustrating as a parent to listen to, and I know my son hates it. He isn't going back to pitching over the top any time soon. Logging in Remember me. It is actually quite impressive. Log in. Thus far, it hasn't appeared to be a problem. Sidearm pitching really an increased injury risk? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Privacy Policy. Most kids his age have no idea what they want to do with hitters when they get in the box. There's a lot of conflicting information about injuries.