Hope you’re doing well and just wanted to send some praise you’re direction. Jacob has been working hard on your drills and is now in the part of the learning curve were he is not having to think about his mechanics.
This past weekend Jacob’s allstar team won their tournament. In the semifinals they played a team that had scored between 10 to 15 runs against every team they had played. He came in to start the 3rd, score was tied 1 to 1, he pitched the final 3 innings. He gave up 1 hit, 1 walk, 3 k’s, and no runs. His team won 5 to 1.
In the championship game, they were playing a team that had won their quarter final game 27 to 2 and their semi game 18 to 4 and had hit 3 home runs in those 2 games. He also came in to start the third and his team was losing 2 to 4. He pitched the final 4 innings and gave up 2 hits, 1 walk, 3 k’s, and no runs. His team won 5 to 4.
I had an ump came up to me and say that he pitched at Kennesaw State and that his “mechanics were ridiculous”. Jacob was always a good pitcher but his improvement with only 2 lessons is a true testament to the pitching methods that you teach. We both look forward to working with you into the future.
Jacob also wanted me to tell you that he can hold his planks for 4 1/2 minutes.