Just like Max Scherzer, Price is a player who has been around the block a few times and has played for different teams throughout his career. The design of cards has changed so much since he was a rookie. The corners of the card is where most of the designing happened. It’s a pretty basic design that led to a few years of some cards I don’t think were great. It was the only time they have done something like that with the logo as well. The majority of Topps flagship designs have either vertical or horizontal lines but this design used slanted lines. It’s uncommon to see that style on the cards from that era.
Grinding your way through a 405lb squat might work to get you stronger, but grinding your way through a swing when you’re called upon to put a 95mph heater in the seats won’t. • When something feels “off”, take it as a sign that something needs to change. That dysfunction is there for a reason. Instead of trying to brute force your way through it, take an objective look at what may be causing it. • Some common roadblocks: -previous misconceptions of what a swing “should” be. -physical limitations (strength/mobility). -years of incorrect patterning. • These roadblocks won’t be broken through with brute force. Be brute in your continuous attack on them, but lethal in your individual prescriptions. • #mlb#homerun#baseballtraining
Who has a smoother swing lefties or righties? 🤫 “Clap your hands, all you nations; shout to God with cries of joy.” Psalm 47:1 ✝️🙏🏽😇 @bethelight30_6 ✝️ Broward Prospect Board 9️⃣5️⃣4️⃣ @vandyboys Commit @gavin_casas 2️⃣0️⃣2️⃣0️⃣ American Heritage Plantation, FL Primary first baseman with quick and soft hands at the position. Left handed bat with a toe-tap trigger load. Short to the baseball but carries a lot of power and leverage throughout point of contact. Only a Junior. @anthony.penas.beisbol #acforever
20 years ago, the first game that I attended at Dodger Stadium, Fernando Tatis of the @cardinals hit 2 grand slams off the same pitcher in one inning. I feel safe in saying, this will never happen again in an @mlb game. I wrote about that night on the blog, link in bio.