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Discussion: Why not go to UNLIMITED ARC
|March 1, 2011|
|Why not go to UNLIMITED ARC|
There are so many discussions about bats. Why not go to unlimited arc and that will give the pitchers more time to back up. It is much harder for people to time the pitch when it is coming almost straight down. We had an unlimited tournament in Michigan and it definitely slows down the big guns. The arc has been lowered so much that a batter might as well throw it up himself and hit it. Just a thought.
|March 1, 2011|
|i'd go for that.i,ve pitched many years of unlimited.it does give the pitcher more time to react,which is a huge problem with the bats.it is a good equalizer but most hitters don't like it and prepare for a bunch of players to post some very negative remarks about that.|
|March 2, 2011|
|I have no problem with unlimited arc, but yet again I am hearing about making/changing other rules just to accommodate the special bats.|
Am I the only one who sees that most everything comes back to the use of the special bats? And usually not in a good way.
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