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Discussion: pitchers screen.

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Jan. 19, 2014
larryreg
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pitchers screen.
One big thing the screen Dosen't let me do... Now the pitchers can stand
behind the rubber in the pitchers box per say.. I can throw strikes in
this box way behind the pitchers mound.. If you put the screen up to
protect the pitchers who pitch ON THE MOUND, it is ok for them.. NOT ME>
I pitch all over.... Way back gives me more time to field batters balls
and balls hit to the right side of the diamond. A screen prohits me from
fielding a ground ball to that side, or a line drive I can get to because
now I am back of the rubber to catch it!! Dont take my advantage away
by using the screen. This is a double edge sword here.. !!! The face
mask is OK.. Not the screen.....
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