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Alright now we are going to talk about throwing technique. We have already discussed basically the right way to hold a baseball. Now we are going to talk about the right way to throw a baseball. What we are going to do, we start out facing the person we are throwing to. The first step that we're going to make is with our right foot if we are right handed and our left foot if we are left handed. We are going to step, we are going to point our foot out about forty-five degrees. We're going to bring our weight up and then we are going to step with this foot, bring the ball back here and then throw and cross over our body like our arm is making an X across our body, or just like that. One more time. The ball being held along the seams, with two fingers, three or four fingers if your hands aren't that big. I'm going to step forward at a forty-five degree angle then bring our other foot and our arm and then cross over just like that.

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