“Hey, data data — swing!”

31st August 2018OffByRiseNews

You can change the location at any time. Will the Cleveland Indians and Francisco Lindor agree “Hey, data data — swing!” multiyear extension? 33 homers and 89 RBI last season for the Indians.

Will Tribe make Lindor “serious’ extension offer? CLEVELAND, Ohio — Do you have a question that you’d like to have answered in Hey, Hoynsie? Hey, Hoynsie: At what point does the Tribe need to get serious about a new deal for Francisco Lindor? 100 million contract extension offer last spring, but I’m wondering what the real story is and will they make him a member of the Indians for his career? I’d hate to see another great player leave because they were unable to sign him.

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Lindor is under Tribe control for the next four more years. I’m sure the Indians will try to extend his contract again before the start of the 2018 season. Bryce Harper, Manny Machado, Clayton Kershaw etc. Few players have stayed with one team for their whole careers in the free-agent era. The player has to have a desire to stay and the club has to have the resources to make it happen.

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I’d say the fact that Lindor and his agent already turned down a significant extension is an indication that the shortstop will not spend his whole career in Cleveland. First baseman Carlos Santana is one of three significant players that the Indians have lost to free agency so far this winter. Hey, Hoynsie: Why does it seem that the Indians can’t keep their key free agents once they hit free agency? The Yankees signed Giancarlo Stanton this year and Aroldis Chapman last year, but the Indians have let Carlos Santana, Bryan Shaw and Joe Smith go this winter. It looks like they are giving ground.

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Yonder Alonso is good player, but the Indians don’t appear to be strengthening their hand. Hey, Roger: As I’m sure you know, Stanton wasn’t a free agent. The Yankees recently acquired him in a trade from the Marlins. The Yankees did sign Chapman as a free agent before the 2017 season, but he wasn’t their free agent. Remember, they traded Chapman to the Cubs during the 2016 season.

Chapman helped the Cubs beat the Indians in the World Series, but they elected not to re-sign him. The Tribe’s strategy when it comes to keeping its own free agents is to try and sign them to extensions early in their careers that allow the team to buy one or two years of their free agency with guaranteed money or club options. They’ve done it with players such as Santana, Michael Brantley, Jose Ramirez, Jason Kipnis, Corey Kluber, Carlos Carrasco, Yan Gomes, Dan Otero and Roberto Perez. If they want a free agent, they can go get a free agent. The Indians operate on a different budget. They can occasionally sign a free agent such as Edwin Encarnacion if he slips through the cracks, but most of the time they’re going to look for bargains or watch their own free agents walk away after their extensions run out.

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What does 2018 hold for Yandy Diaz? Hey, Hoynsie: Will Yandy Diaz get more playing time in 2018? Do you think he’ll hit for more power? Hey, Hoynsie: First things first, Diaz needs to make the team. Ideally, it would be nice to see him win third base in spring training and give the Tribe’s lineup a much-needed right-handed bat. Chris Antonetti, president of baseball operations, said last week that Diaz may get a look at first base as well.

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I think it’s doubtful he’ll hit for a lot of power. He hit five homers in 465 at-bats last season between Cleveland and Class AAA Columbus. The year before he hit nine homers in 444 at-bats at Class AA Akron and Columbus. Maybe Alonso can give him some tips.

The Indians will receive a compensation pick after the first round of the June draft for losing Carlos Santana to the Phillies in free agency. What compensation pick will Tribe get for Carlos Santana? Hey, Hoynsie: With Carlos Santana signing with Philadelphia, where will the Indians’ compensation draft pick be? Will it be the third overall pick in the draft that belongs to the Phillies or at the end of the first round? Hey, Gary: The Indians will get their compensation pick at the end of the first round in June.

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The Phillies will retain the third overall pick. Do the Indians need a reliever to replace Bryan Shaw or do they have other more pressing needs for 2018? Do the Indians need pitchers or hitters? Hey, Hoynsie: Do you believe the Tribe needs another starting pitcher? If not, how about another power hitter?

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Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site. You’ll avoid most of the errors that limit power when you eliminate your backswing. Today’s high-tech equipment allows you to make mistakes through impact and still hit decent shots. Wouldn’t it be great if your swing could compensate for mistakes the way oversized sweet spots and perimeter weighting do? We’ve discovered such a swing, and we use it regularly in our teaching.

Place yourself in the correct position at the top, then pump the club up and swing down. It’s the same principle as hitting a baseball. Click here to see a step-by-step explanation of how the no-backswing swing works. To see the No-Backswing Swing in action, watch this video. Did the no-backswing swing work for you? Our breakthrough test indicates that you don’t need a normal backswing to hit good shots. Twenty-nine adult golfers representing a full range of skill levels from beginner to professional.

None of the 29 golfers had previous exposure to the No-Backswing technique. The test data was computed and analyzed with help of the Center for Sports Innovation at MIT. Golfers with a handicap of 1 or higher hit the ball just as far and just as straight with the NBS as they did with their regular swing. This was surprising, considering that none of the study participants had practiced the new technique. And since it was new, the players no doubt received warning signals from their brain that they were swinging “wrong,” making it very difficult to perform. Players at scratch or better hit the ball farther with their regular swing than they did with the No-Backswing Swing.

Our conclusion here is that the best players are very concerned with accuracy, and when asked to hit the ball with a new swing they slowed down to make sure they hit it straight. Nonetheless, the data indicates that the No-Backswing Swing works and has distinct advantages over the traditional way of swinging the club. The NBS eliminates the backswing errors shown in this gallery. Taken as a whole, these errors, which are evident in the swings of 90 percent of all amateur players, make up almost 70 percent of all mistakes.

We asked a reader to learn, practice and play with the NBS technique for two weeks. The study was carried out at Cog Hill C. Armed with a 6-iron, Pat Sexton had five regular swings and five No-Backswing Swings recorded on June 3, then practiced and played for two weeks using only the No-Backswing Swing. He returned on June 24 and took five more regular swings and five more No-Backswing swings.

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The averages of each set of swings are shown at right. Big hits result from releasing your power levers, which you can create without a backswing. The 90-degree angle formed by your left forearm and clubshaft. The 90-degree bend in your right elbow. Releasing these levers in sync with the forward turn of your body is what gives you clubhead speed. The No-Backswing Swing allows you to create the levers without the possibility of error.

And since your mechanics at the top with the NBS are much better than if you made a less-than-perfect backswing, you can release your levers in perfect sync. The NBS can bring out the secret slugger deep inside you. For years people have said that baseball and golf don’t mix. If that’s true, then why do baseball players transition into golf easier than most other athletes? It’s a question similar to asking what makes the No-Backswing Swing, at the very least, an effective learning method. During Jim’s first lesson, I videotaped him hitting baseballs off a batting tee, then taped his 5-iron swing.

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He couldn’t believe the similarities between hitting a baseball and swinging a golf club. The only difference is that you must bend over more because, in golf, the strike zone is on the ground. The other obvious difference is that baseball players don’t start their swings in the spot where impact takes place. They set up at what would be the top of their golf backswing. They don’t coil as much as a golfer, but all of the other power generators are in place: bent right arm, hinged wrists and weight over the back hip. Since baseball players have less than a second to swing once the pitch is released, they don’t have time to worry about swing thoughts. If you have a bat at home, pick it up and make repeated baseball swings in your backyard.

Better yet, go to the batting cages and have some fun. You’ll make the best contact when you don’t wind your shoulders up so much and keep your lower body stable and grounded. As the ball sails toward you, swing your arms around your body. Special thanks to Nabori Santiago at Better Golf Through Technology, and Dr. Kim Blair at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Center for Sports Innovation. Sign Up for Newsletters Receive insider analysis, swing tips, equipment news, special offers and much more.