Video: A Pitcher’s Grips

Brent Suter ’12 demonstrates his two-seam fastball, four-seam fastball, curve, and change-up.

In this video, Harvard varsity baseball pitcher Brent Suter ’12 (profiled in the May-June 2011 issue) shows how he grips the baseball to throw a two-seam fastball, four-seam fastball, curve, and change-up. He demonstrates each pitch from the bullpen mound.  

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