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Re: Mr. Oshinsky
Posted by SM10 on 12/15/2016, 2:34 pm, in reply to "Re: Mr. Oshinsky"
Good Points Pedro - I think that upping the limit acutally helps the pitcher with a mat - but not without one. With a mat - the pitcher can actually throw a strike that is not a true ASA strike (through the zone on the batter). The pitcher can actually try to pitch and get the batter to swing at a pitch that isn't on a tee. If people want it on a tee - why have a pitcher - just use the tee. At the end of the day - it comes in underhand and a good even decent hitter should be able to hit fine. There are people that hit well in all kinds of softball leagues including high arc. The extra height will give the pitcher more time to get set or back up if he wants - that is the fact. The bats are the cause for pitcher safety - or for that matter infield safety. The height of the pitch and the size of the mat should be only voted on by the guys that pitch in the league (just my opinion). The hitters should be able to hit anything.
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