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March 2, 2009
Men's 60
9 posts
I've been pitching for 20 years and the pitching today is alot more dangerous today so to me if you are such good hitters you should be able to avoid the pitcher when you are hitting. I know in lot of the upper rated team like major and major-plus if batter keep shooting at your pitcher the other team tries to do the same. to me if you are a good hitter you can avoid hitting up the middle. you should know that this game is not live or death.
March 2, 2009
Men's 50
1375 posts
And pitchers should know that if they feel in danger they should find a new position, or a new hobby.
March 2, 2009
Mr. Manassas
244 posts
I can tell you that when I hit it up the middle that I am trying to get a hit, not hit the pitcher. I am a pretty good hitter but I can not guarantee that I can hit it exactly where I want. The problem lies in the fact that some of the equipment is too live therefore it has become a bit more dangerous and the pitcher is the closest fielder on the field.
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