Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Oliver Drake threw an incredible splitter last night against the White Sox th
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Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Oliver Drake threw an incredible splitter last night against the White Sox that's worth another look...


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Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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24 Comments
That’s a good old fashioned screwball...on steroids.
Reply1 month
Was def change up. Gripped hard with forefinger. Very nice
Reply1 month
That's a nasty change up right there...Text Book perfect!!
Reply1 month
Sorry - but that's a screwball.
1 month
His delivery makes it look like the ball is breaking much more than it is. Watch just the ball, don't look at the pitcher, it looks pretty standard. Still a good pitch
Reply1 month
Exactly because he's right handed. If you don't look at the pitcher and "just watch the ball" and imagine it's a left-hander then it looks like a pretty standard, nasty af left
1 month
Slider
1 month
Pshh..I was doing that in rbi baseball back in 86 with al leiter
Reply1 month
even the pitch tracking thing was fooled.
Reply1 month
Cool. Now beat the Yankees for God sake. Just one time lol.
Reply1 month
It’s like Nam - 2 seconds of excitement, 2 hours, 59 minutes, and 58 seconds of boredom.
Reply1 month
To move like that the spin on the ball must be incredible.
Reply1 month
twss
1 month
That was just sick. Lot of appreciation for that pitch from a righty coming from a lefty who threw a lot of change ups imagining they’d move like that
Reply1 month
Looks like some whiffle ball videos I’ve see . Crazy movement
Reply1 month
It was at a funny angle....
Reply1 month
straight on....the funniest of angles.
1 month
Telephoto decreases depth, making the break look bigger.
1 month
It was a Snatch joke stupid
1 month
Tommy. John.
Reply1 month
Helluva screw ball.
Reply1 month
Screw ball from hell
1 month
Damn. Moved like a lefty slider
Reply1 month
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