Friday, August 27, 2004

Dr. Arneson


"Today, Zito didn't throw a curveball for a strike until the fourth inning. In the third inning, he yielded four runs. After that first good curveball, the Orioles got nothing else. The only thing stopping Zito after that was his pitch count."

-Ken Arneson, filling in at Baysball, making a great point about Zito. So, how do we/Curt Young make sure he's throwing his curve for strikes?

1 comment:

  1. Just keep throwing it. It's a "feel" thing for Zito, I imagine, so he should throw it in warmups, and during the game, until he finds the feel for it. Even if it means walking people.