In the Cage

I want to thank of few of my students (Frank Morris and John Davis), who just happen to be on the baseball team, for taking me over to hit in the cage this afternoon. And you can thank Doug Drinen for the excellent action shots of the first time I have faced a “live” pitcher since I was 14. Charles Israel also took a turn in Birkenstocks.

As you can see, I’m making contact. I’m pretty good when the pitcher sits in a folding chair. Also, Frank was pitching and he didn’t know I had already turned in his grades. 😉

4 Responses “In the Cage”

  1. Coach Cleats says:

    … maybe start off your stance with a little more weight on your back foot; that way you can bring more of your body weight into the ball as you step forward and swing.

  2. Tom G says:

    Any idea what your PrOPS was for the session?

  3. JC says:

    Any idea what your PrOPS was for the session?

    I could ballpark it. About 0.000.

  4. Andy says:

    JC – If you could only get your weight behind your swing you would be dangerous. I went to an indoor batting cage with my son and was completely humbled by my performance. Where is the soccer ball….