It’s a question we know you’re asking. Well, the book on which this site is premised, Right Off the Bat, is available in a Kindle as well as print edition, with over two hundred and fifty hyperlinks that will take you directly to a site or an image or a video that depict just what we’re talking about. We like to think we describe the great West Indian fast bowler Michael Holding’s bowling action in lyrical terms that summon up Shakespeare at his most eloquent. But why not see for your self, and wax your own poetical?
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