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Darling was good tonight when he was explaining the problem in Day's mechanics that was leading to his suckiness.The trouble comes in when he just repeats everything the play-by-play guy just said. I'm hoping he improves as the season progresses.
By Yuda, at 4/11/2005 11:22 PM
I must've missed that part then. I was half paying attention by the time they really started lighting Day up. The extent of the analysis was "He's overthrowing."I'm not sure that it was so much a case of him overthrowing as he appeared to be out of whack with his delivery shoulder. Something just didn't look right. (Of course, we're probably describing the same thing.)
By Chris Needham, at 4/12/2005 8:32 AM
He was talking about his shoulder being too far open, his leg kick seeming tentative and his mechanics in general being inconsistent from pitch to pitch.There may have also been some discussion of his arm slot maybe being off but I, too, was only half-listening.
By Yuda, at 4/12/2005 8:46 AM
I'm glad to hear that then. I was too demoralized after a while. I turned the radio on in my room and listened there while sobbing into my pillow.
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Bitter rantings by a sometimes-analytical fanboy who loves the Washington Nationals, even though you probably can't tell 3/4 of the time.