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Nov. 17
Men's 60
22 posts
Bat grip
Anyone had any luck with your batting grip changes? I just started reading about the notion that knocking knuckles aligned on the bat create more bat speed. I’m looking more for accuracy. I need to experiment with varying grips I guess. I hit 625 last season and looking to better it to 750.
Nov. 17
Men's 50
58 posts
Bat grip
There are so many different types of grips, just have to find what works best for you. Personally, I drop my bottom hand pinky off the bat and overlap my top hand bottom two fingers over my lower hand...but, I swing for power
Nov. 18

352 posts
Bat grip
If you go on my you tube page there is a short video dedicated to this that might help you.....

Alan Tanner
Team 1 Sports
Nov. 24
Men's 60
10 posts
Bat grip
It takes a lot of batting practice to find out what works for you. It has taken a while but I like dropping my pinky finger, and dropping two fingers over my lower hand. You just get more snap in the swing, and more control than a full overlap with all fingers. Just experiment.
Nov. 24
Men's 65
457 posts
Bat grip
I changed my grip from traditional baseball to took me about 6 months of tee work n doing grip exercises before I was confident to use it in a game! Alan’s a great resource for further info. Aloha, Fabe
Nov. 26
Wayne 37
Men's 65
773 posts
Bat grip
I put more pop into my swing by leaving the bat head behind my hands, and snapping my wrists a split second before contact.

Hanging two fingers off the top of the bat can take a lot of practice to get used to, but will give you a longer swing to increase bat speed.

I assume you're talking about putting two fingers right over the bat knob, and then placing two fingers over your bottom fingers?
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