Jon Morgan Shields, Ambidextrous Pitcher,
It's not just 9th Grade AP & Honors classes, Football, and Video Games
The world of baseball athletics isn’t an easy one. Along with school work and family, it’s a full-time commitment requiring personal sacrifice and a dedication to preparing. I began to form my work ethic at a young age, spending time outside school and on the weekends practicing in pursuit of the ultimate goal: to compete at the top level as a great college and professional baseball player. Don't get me wrong, I love to play BO4 and other cool video games, but I know we are all creatures of habit, and the more good habits I have, the better ball player I am going to be.
Ambidextrous Pitching is less work than ambidextrous hitting. I can only do so much mirror work, switch pitching and do recovery work until my arms are done. On the other hand, I can switch hit hours and hours. Here is a Blog about switch pitchers.
Katy, TX, USA