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Old Mon Aug 24, 2009, 09:35am
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Originally Posted by AtlUmpSteve View Post
But, when using the traditional heel-toe ASA stance, the head should be higher than the catcher's head.

I agree with you on this. The height of every batter probably changes with each new at bat. Also, the catcher has different objectives than I do, so why would I let her influence my position (unless I'm physically in her way).

Top of the strike zone is where I like to be unless I'm forced by either the batter or catcher to move in order to see the pitch.

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