Everyone knows that being repeatable as a pitcher is critical to throwing strikes, going deep into games and making quality pitches. But pitching mechanics and repeatability are just part of the equation. Once a pitcher is repeatable, how does he actually get the ball to go to one spot rather than another? And how what does he do to make adjustments? Enter: the pitching target alignment system of the eyes, shoulder and chest.
How Pitchers Actually Hit Their Spots
Check out the video below to see what I mean about locking your eyes, then moving shoulder and chest to target.