A critical look at the art of hitting, featuring the players who made the game great.
Priceless, rare footage of Hall of Fame hitters Ted Williams, Stan Musial, Mickey Mantle, Hank Aaron and a dozen others are examined with each showing the pure elements of hitting in an age when hitting meant square contact.
The Lost Secrets of Hitting contrasts modern hitting principles with the pure hitting principles of past decades, which are demonstrated in slow-motion and stop action. Through this examination of the game's greatest hitters, viewers will see the swing action that has been lost in the hitters of today and rediscover what real hitting is all about.
This examination of hitting in its purest form is a must for the professional bound player.
|Running Time||45 Minutes|
|About the Coach||Rob Ellis has played, coached and written about baseball for over 35 years.|