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pitching

The movement of the aircraft or helicopter about its lateral or pitch axis. This is effected by the fore-and-aft movement of the control stick or cyclic control. See axes.
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In the August game versus the Reds, Scully prepped his audience for a Hall of Fame match-up: ``Greg Maddux will be pitching to Ken Griffey Jr.
Alaways is about to go into private industry himself, but he won't be designing pitching machines.
A former All-American pitcher at Stanford, Peterson provides unique pitching analysis in the new "Ask Kyle" feature.
The pitching motion begins with a series of simultaneous and sequential actions.
After pitching Monday, Jessie Dunn of the Antelope Valley's District 51 team was benched Tuesday by rules in the Big League World Series at Kalamazoo, Mich.
Mills, developer of the Pitching Mastery Video Series, says that pitchers will spend hours on their mechanics, or their conditioning programs, but virtually no time working on the mental side of pitching.
Reason for low pitch over home plate: Pitcher's elbow was not above the shoulder when pitching the ball.
In 2002, he was considered one of minor league baseball's premier relief pitching prospects.
I think that when young pitchers hear this concept, they tend to adjust their motions to finish in a certain way--often to the detriment of their overall pitching motion.
Howe will update and produce series statistics, including team batting and pitching, series leaders, player notes and career statistical & background data for each player.
Santa Clarita private pitching instructor Jim Wagner, a former pitcher at California State University, Northridge, and former police officer in Glendale, has his pupils prepared, healthy and ahead of the game before they even step on the mound.