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Dr. John Bagonzi Q&A Part 3 (Final Part)

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In Part III of Baseball Time in Arlington’s three-part Q&A series with Coach Bagonzi, the venerable pitching expert weighs in on the risks associated with tall pitchers, the always interesting scapular loading debate and Derek Holland's mechanics.

 

Coach Bagonzi on tall pitchers:

 

"It probably is more difficult for really tall pitchers (6′ 5″ and up) to maintain the mechanical consistency and dexterity that smaller pitchers have, because corrections may inflate margins. However, I would never back away from signing a 6′ 6″, 220-pound pitcher, and I’ve seen more of this type lately - great leverage with tremendous potential."

 

 

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