The catcher makes a good point. However, what if the pitcher is actually talking to the batter?
Lol, good one.
I don’t want to say that I had limited stuff in my pitching days, but I came too far up and in on a guy once, and I had time to yell “Look out!”…twice.
Wow….you could probably be your own catcher, too! 🙂 In my younger days, I had a blazing fastball, but like most left-handers, I had no idea where the ball was going once I let it go. Then came the day when none of my teammates would step into the box for batting practice, That was the end of my pitching career. 😦
Yeah…. I’d say fear of batting practice is probably a bad sign 😉
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