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3 Pitching Grips - How to throw the Sinker, Slider, and Forkball

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Published on Apr 7, 2015

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In this video I show you 3 pitching grips and how to throw the sinker, how to throw the slider, and how to throw the forkball. These 3 pitching grips were the pitches I used to throw in professional baseball. My sinker is a version of a fastball and I was able to throw it 96 mph. What you are looking for when learning how to throw a sinker is to get as much depth on the pitch as you can. That really goes for any pitches. When it comes to how to throw a slider the main thing is to have some tight spin and some good break on the pitch. Late break is better than early break and depth is better than side to side movement. When we're talking about how to throw the forkball you have to understand that this pitch is a slip pitch and is very hard to control but if you can control it, the movement is awesome and can be very effective. Just remember, this is an old guys pitch. You younger guys don't need to be throwing a forkball because it's a retirement pitch. So, those are the 3 pitches I used to throw. If you have any questions about these pitches, pitching grips, or anything else pitching related, please leave a comment below. Let's talk pitching...

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