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The Art of Hitting .300

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Charlie Lau studied the art of hitting for his entire professional career. As a journeyman catcher for Detroit and later for Baltimore he had a unique vantage point for observing just what it is that makes some batters successful while others of equal or greater ability go hitless game after game. His observations led to questions-many of which had never been asked before- ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published February 23rd 1992 by Penguin Books
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Dirk McCall
The classic book on hitting. This book was the best coach I have ever had, and made me a 300% better hitter after reading it. ALL OF THE BASICS!
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