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This instructable includes different types of pitches.
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Step 1: 4 seamer

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This is a regular 4 seam fastball.

Step 2: 2 seamer

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This is a 2 seam fastball,

Step 3: Changeup

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This is a changeup. Throw slowly and accurate.

Step 4: Circle Changeup

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This is a circle changeup. Throw slowly also.

Step 5: Curveball

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Start at this grip, Then twist around to make your palm point upward. If you are under 25 you could seriously injure your arm throwing this a bunch of times.

Step 6: Slider

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This has a lot of movement. Throw regular. Not slow.

Step 7: Knuckleball

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Throw overhand. Don't flap wrist when throwing.

Step 8: Enjoy

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Have fun. I hope this will help you in the future if you become a pitcher. I am also a pitcher. Remember, do not throw the curveball a bunch of times.
mbrinkm6 years ago
You should NEVER twist or snap your hand when throwing any pitch, including a curveball. That increases the stress on your elbow and shoulder and leads to significant injury issues. A proper curveball is accomplished with grip and angle of the hand position during a normal throwing motion. Please refer to any book or video by Tom House on this issue