The Science of Hitting

Description

"Baseball's last .400 hitter share[s] his secrets in this primer still used at all levels of the game." --Paul Dickson, author of Bill Veeck: Baseball's Greatest Maverick Now fully revised with new illustrations and diagrams, the classic--and still the greatest--book on hitting from the last baseball player to break the magic .400 barrier, Ted Williams. Ted Williams was arguably the greatest pure hitter who ever lived. A lifelong student of hitting, he sought advice from every great hitter--and pitcher--he met. Drawing on that advice, as well as his own legendary life in baseball, Williams produced the all-time batting classic, The Science of Hitting. Using its detailed illustrations, anecdotes, and concise coaching, players of all skill levels will learn how to improve their fundamentals and gain keen insights into the finer points of hitting, including: -How to Think Like a Pitcher and Guess the Pitch -The Three Cardinal Rules for Developing a Smooth Line-Driving Swing -The Secrets of Hip and Wrist Action -Pitch Selection -Bunting -Hitting the Opposite Way The Science of Hitting is a must-read for all baseball players looking to improve their turn at bat and for all coaches and parents teaching the sport.

Details

Author(s)
Tony Williams, V. Underwood
Format
Paperback | 96 pages
Dimensions
150 x 230 x 10.16mm | 323g
Publication date
29 Apr 1986
Publisher
Prentice Hall (a Pearson Education Company)
Imprint
Prentice Hall & IBD
Publication City/Country
Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom
Language
English
Edition
Revised
Edition statement
Revised ed.
ISBN10
0671621033
ISBN13
9780671621032
Bestsellers rank
266,412