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Baseball Players With Frozen Arms: Catchers Who Can't Throw Back To The Pitcher And Infielders Who Can't Throw To First Base

Posted by: Dr. Granat on February 22, 2008

This time of the year, I  get lots of  calls from baseball players who are concerned  about their hitting.  These are players at all levels: junior high, high school,  college and professional.  Many of them use by new program  for hitters.  Here is the link for more information about 101 Ways To  Break Out Of  A Hitting Slump. 

 https://stayinthezone.com/baseball.htm

 At this time of  the year,  I also get lots of calls  from  players who can't make simple throws  on the baseball diamond. They say their arms are frozen.  They say they can't get a comfortable  grip on the ball.   Catchers call me because  they can't make the throw  back  to the  pitcher.  Infielders call  me  because they can't get the ball to the first baseman.

 Over the years,  I have developed  many cures  for this syndrome.

 If you or someone you know is struggling with this throwing problem, call  me

at 888 580-ZONE.

 Dr.  J. Granat

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