"Put the ball at the base of your fingers. Your middle and ring fingers are gonna want to be on top. Put your pinky finger on the outside and as low on the ball as possible. With you pointer finger, put it in a similar position as your pinky,…"
"This may sound a bit odd but I hold my changeup just like my 4 seam fastball grip. However, I let the ball roll of my fingertips slowing the ball down and dropping into the zone. I was taught that at 7 years old and still throwing it today. Not hard…"
"the most effective way to have speed change and movement that i've found is to put your middle and ring finger on the laces, but then roll the ball backwords so that your fingertips of your middle finger and ring finger are down in the…"
"most coaches will start you on a circle change. hold it like you would hold an egg. what many pitchers can't do is throw their changeup and their fastball with the SAME ARM SPEED. the changeup is a "feel pitch" so youre not gonna…"
"I throw a circle change, throw it with the seams. Like you would a two Sean FB I just hold it very loose, the very last knuckle of my fingers is the only part making contact. Learning to command it is a bitch but it's fuckin dirty"
"Circle change never worked for me, I didnt really start developing mine before the end of last year, my Splitters my go to pitch but its a down and away break rather than a straight drop so i started developing a fosh change, if youve got big hands…"
"I threw sort of a knuckle change. Knuckles right behind the horseshoe and ring finger on the bottom lace of the ball. just throw it like a fastball. It moves away from the hitter and the bottom just drops out"
"i throw a type of circle change but its really hard to control until you get the feel for it but its definately worth it once you do. put your ring and middle finger in the spot where you would usually hold your 4-seam fastball your pointer finger…"