We’ve all heard the names Clayton Kershaw, David Price, Chris Sale, Madison Bumgarner, Adam Wainwright, Felix Hernandez, and Max Scherzer. But how many of you had heard of Zack Greinke before this season? Greinke, with an ERA or 1.65 and a WHIP of 0.848, is one of the most dominant pitchers of 2015, but one of the most dominant of the sixty years.
With an arsenal of many pitches – all of which are nasty – include a darting cut-fastball, a diving curveball and, as it appears to be, a rising two-seam fastball. Another thing that makes him dominant is his pitching motion. Standing in the box, the ball almost seems to come from just behind his head, keeping the hitter from getting a good look at his release.
Throwing 95+ in the major leagues is something to many dream about. But what if you could consistently hit it, and…
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