There’s only one way to measure your results … and it’s not your stats!
Here's why measuring your improvement through your stats is flawed?
Lots of times you’re better than your stats!
Picture a pitch where your Catcher places his target in an unhittable spot, your pitch goes directly into your Catcher’s mitt, but your Opponent drives your pitch for a hit. In this case, your stats falsely imply you’re much worse than you really are?
Lots of times you’re much worse than your stats!
Stats fail to measure a pitch where you miss your Catcher’s target over the plate, yet your Opponent misses the ball. In this case, you get away with making a bad pitch, but your stats tell a much better story?
Especially during bullpen sessions, using your stats to measure a motion completely wastes your time!
When you use stats as a measurement, there’s no criteria to accurately gauge your progress? Without a hitter swinging at your pitches, how can you separate your good pitches from the bad? With stats, you essentially walk out of your bullpen sessions the same pitcher you were when you began your session?
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