Attention Pitchers: Watch the look on your teammates faces when they see your NEW filthy sinker…
These Major League Superstars Are Ditching The 4-Seam Fastball for This Sinker And YOU Should Too!
Kyle Hendricks now throws 39.2% sinkers (and has a .200 batting average against)!
Noah Syndergaard is locking up hitters like never before (and 40% of his pitches are sinkers)!
Corey Kluber has won 2 Cy Young awards throwing 37% sinkers!
Rick Porcello is throwing 59% sinkers (and often gets two outs with one sinker)!
Zach Britton throws 98% sinkers (and zero 4-seamers)...
Jacob DeGrom replaced his 4 seam fastball with a sinker and became a 2x All Star and Rookie of the Year!
You can learn it today & throw it tomorrow (plus it's safe for any age pitcher)!
“There is absolutely no situation where the sinker can’t help you.”
Imagine This Scenario...
Your team is playing in a championship game and your coach has named you the starting pitcher...
The team you’re facing has played 4 games over the last 2 days. In those 4 games, what pitches do you think their hitters have seen?
Yup! That's right... Fastballs and Curveballs.
IMPORTANT FACT: A hitter can only hit what they’ve hit before.
With that fact being true:
You DO NOT want to show up with the same two pitches they’ve seen in last 4 games.
If you're going to lead your team to a big championship win, you need to be the pitcher that shows up with something different in your arsenal.
You need to throw a pitch that passes…
The 3-ATEs Pitch Test
Huh?! 🤔 3 'ATEs'?!
Let me explain...
You need a pitch that:
a hitter because he can't figure out how to get a hit off you and can't get comfortable in the box.
because you get hitters out at will, forcing them to tap weak ground balls and whiff for strike outs.
hitters by toying with them and getting them to look silly swinging at pitches out in front.
The pitch that passes the 3-ATEs Test (and will help you frustrate, dominate, and humiliate hitters) is:
No hitter you face will have experienced the devastating sinker that you are about to unleash on them...
(Your teammates, coaches, and scouts will soon be asking what your secret is!)
If you want to learn how to throw a deadly sinker today so that you can get weak ground balls and more strikeouts tomorrow, keep reading...
Learn It Today.Dominate Tomorrow.
If you can throw a 4 seam fastball, you can throw a sinker. Why do you think big league pitchers are switching over so fast?
It doesn’t take years, months or even days to learn it... With the right program, you can learn it in a few hours.
Don’t take my word for it... Here's an e-mail I just received from a high school coach:
I purchased your Advanced Sinker Training on the day of a game and watched the videos in my office at the end of the day prior to our bus leaving.
While our starting pitcher that day was doing his normal pre-game bullpen routine, I told him I wanted him to throw a few sinkers while he was getting loose.
He said, "I don't know how."
After going over the basic stuff you talk about in your training videos, he was throwing it. I went over a few of the thought patterns behind the pitch and who we might throw it against. 5 innings later, he had thrown his 1st career no-hitter and we had won 11-0.
All my guys are now throwing it to some extent.
Thank you for all you do for the game of baseball!
Win The Day,
Head Varsity Baseball
5 Reasons the Sinkeris Easy to Learn
(and why it works so well)
#1) It’s in the fastball family.
You’re just going to make a tweak to your forearm, wrist and hand angle at release point. So, if you can throw a fastball, you can throw a sinker.
#2) You throw the heck out of it.
Pitchers hate the change-up because they think “slow” but with a sinker you can stay in fastball mode, fastball mindset and fastball body. Grip it and rip and watch that puppy dance. The hitter will read fastball and then….ooops! 😎
#3) Use it when you're behind in the count.
Don’t you hate having to serve up a fastball when you’re behind in the count because it’s the only pitch you can trust to keep in the zone? Not anymore! You can throw the sinker when it's 3-1, 2-0, 2-1 and 3-2... or anytime you need a strike.
Instead of just laying a fastball in there for them to tee off on, you’ll now have a filthy pitch with movement in the zone that forces weak contact or swings and misses.
#4) Use it as a put away pitch.
The same sinker you threw 3-1 is devastating when used 0-2, 1-2 and 2-2 as a put away pitch. All you have to do is adjust your target and boom! You now have another pitch you can throw anytime for strikes and a proven put away pitch anytime you need to close an at-bat.
#5) Use it on any hitter.
Most hitters (even college and pro hitters) will never have seen a sinker before. REMEMBER: A hitter can only hit what he’s hit before.
(Why do you think big leaguers are adding the sinker so quickly? It's a launch angle killer.) 🤫
You’ll be the first pitcher in your area to throw a sinker.
Here’s a message I got from a Dad who’s son was the first in his league to throw a sinker!
My son Nick is the only kid in our league that throws a sinker for strikes... (It's deadly!) He has learned how to get guys out with pitches just off the plate, none of which would have been possible without your program. It sits square in the middle of our browser bookmarks, ready to click and review daily.
...and did I mention that the sinker is one of the safest pitches you can throw?!
Your arm pronates (turns palm out) on every pitch anyway. The sinker is setting that safe angle early.
It’s safe for any age pitcher to throw. You could be 7 years old and in your first year of kid pitch, or 27 years old in your 5th season in the bigs. It’s safe and effective. That’s why we call it the 'King of All Pitches'.
Who doesn't want a safe put away pitch that you can throw the heck out of to any hitter in any count? If you do, click here to get started today.
Make Hitters Look Foolish!
You do not need crazy movement to make hitters look completely foolish with your new sinker.
In fact, I’d argue that sometimes too much movement is not good for your sinker. You may want to back the movement down a little.
When you throw a sinker, you want one of two things to happen:
#1) You want the hitter to read fastball and be fooled.
#2) You want the hitter to swing.
How many inches does it take to turn a line drive into a ground ball or a swing and a miss?
Just a few inches is the difference between a pitcher who gets crushed and a pitcher who gets swing and misses left and right.
If you're ready to start missing barrels and want to turn line drives into weak ground balls, click here.
Hitters Will Soon Hate To Face You
Imagine being in a 3-1 count and the hitter is digging in waiting for you to lay a fastball right over the plate (like most pitchers do in that count).
You wind up, he tightens his grip, his eyes get big, he loads up and starts his his “home run power, launch angle producing, exit velocity firing” swing and then…
Whoops… he does one of these:
All of a sudden there’s a few seconds of weird silence as the hitter (and everyone else in the park) tries to figure out what in the world just happened.
After a few moments of the hitter collecting himself and guessing that maybe you just got lucky, he digs in and fully expects you to just float a flat fastball over the middle on 3-2.
After all, thats what most pitchers do because they’re so afraid to walk hitters. This hitter also knows pitchers usually turn into 1 pitch pitchers when trapped in these counts.
He digs in again, gets ready to swing, and this time you unleash a sinker that does this:
The now frustrATEd, dominATEd, and humiliATEd hitter walks back to the dugout trying to figure out how you just made him look so foolish.
As soon as he enters the dugout his teammates nervously ask him, “What pitch was that?”
He shakes his head. “I don’t know.”
Guess what you just did? You just sent a message of fear rattling through the opposing team's dugout.
TRUTH: A confused hitter can’t hit.
IT GETS BETTER: Have you over heard of visual velocity?
It’s when your fastball actually looks faster than it really is.
There’s a few ways to get visual velocity.
One way, and the easiest way, is strategic. The logic is simple.
Your fastball looks faster when a hitter is looking for another pitch.
Now, that confused hitter is going to bat again, but this time you’ll frustrate him even more.
He’ll be trying to figure out how to react to your sinker and then… uh oh… you zip an elevated fastball by him that looks at least 3mph to 5mph faster because he was looking for your sinker! 😊
It looks like this….
Want hitters to hate facing you? Click here to add a deadly sinker to your arsenal (that also adds visual velocity to your fastball).
Why Listen to Me?
By now, you’ve seen the proof of the Big League pitchers ditching their 4-seam fastball for a sinker. You’ve seen with your own eyes that it doesn’t take a lot of movement to turn a line drive into a ground ball or swing and miss. You know the sinker gives you a weapon that very few pitchers will have and even fewer will master.
At this point, I think my credentials are meaningless. You have the proof already. I’ll give you the highlights of my coaching career in a second.
Before that, I’ll let my students tell you why should really listen to what I’m teaching you about throwing a filthy sinker..
"FREAKY SINKER MOVEMENT"
You're the man. My son, Frank, is dominating with the sinker you taught him. He's the only pitcher in the area who knows it. In LL All-Stars this summer, he was 3-0 and no one had a clue as to why his pitches had so much movement. When the pitching coach was warming him up before the game and saw the freaky movement of his sinker, he wisely made a decision to have him throw it more than 40% of the time.
Just like Roy Halladay. I can't believe this amazing pitch has been over-looked by so many for so long - especially when it's so easy to learn. Thanks a million for teaching it.
Since purchasing your program, Kyle has steadily improved his mechanics and has added a devastating sinker.
Yesterday he touched 70mph!
What's more, this wasn't a one pitch wonder. He threw 20 consecutive pitches that ranged between 68 and 70 mph.
"MASTERED SINKER IN A FEW DAYS"
In August, my 12 year old son Nathan watched your sinker videos and it has been a substantial asset to his arsenal. He mastered that pitch within a couple of days. Often it may be hit, but dribbled right back to him or it produces a routine ground ball.
The batters (and coaches) have no idea what pitch they swung at.....fun to watch!
I have an entire folder packed with sinker success stories just like these... I could go on and on but I don't want to bore you...
If you still need to know more about my credentials, here are some of the highlights my mom brags about:
📝 557,657 players, coaches and parents have subscribed to my daily newsletter.
🎧 3,621 people per day listen to my podcast.
💻 57,193 pitchers have learned pitching from me virtually through my online training programs.
⚾️ For 15 years, I was Yogi Berra’s Camp Director and Resident Speaker.
📖 I co-authored the best-selling book, The Picture Perfect Pitcher with Tom House.
📚 I’ve written 3 other best-selling baseball books.
🇺🇸 I've served as a state delegate for USA Baseball.
👍 I started working in pro baseball in 1995 and most recently served as a scout for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Some Bad News...
(but good for you!)
I’m no longer taking in-person pitching clients.
My schedule is just too packed. But, have no fear, I would never leave you hanging...
I’ve now packaged up everything I know (and you need to know) about throwing a deadly sinker into a tight, easily digestible, and fast to implement system called...
Advanced Sinker Training
Your Step-by-Step Guide ToThrowing A Filthy SinkerThat FrustATEs, DominATEs, and HumiliATEs Hitters
You're getting instant, complete, lifetime access to these 9 master training videos that you can watch anytime, anywhere:
It only takes these 9 sessions to learn the 3-6" of sink that will define the greatest moments of your pitching career.
If you add up everything you’re getting inside the Advanced Sinker Training course, the tally would be a whopping $270, but I could not, in good faith, ever ask you to fork over that kind of dough.
If we ever run a special promotion for this course, we drop it by 64% down to $99 (which is ridiculous considering $99 is the average cost of a pitching lesson).
I can’t even ask you to part with that much. While supplies last, I want to give you some family type treatment and send you this entire program for FREE, so that it makes this a complete no-brainer for you to get started today without any hesitation. Just pitch in for S/H.
Please don’t sleep on this. My hands will be tied if you contact us after we run out. I would be completely out of integrity and unfair to the other pitchers who jumped on this if I allowed this kind of discount to remain open indefinitely.
SINKER IN 24 HOURS... GUARANTEED.
I’m so confident that you’ll master the sinker in the next 24 hours (or sooner) that I’m willing to make you a guarantee that no other coach would ever dare make.
Go through the course... (It doesn’t take long.) Go out and throw the sinker.
If you don’t get the feel for the sinker within 24 hours, I want you to contact me at SuperSecretPaul [AT] gmail.com (Don’t tell anyone about that email…It’s super secret.😄) and send me a video of you throwing your sinker and I’ll personally look and give you feedback.
Don't Let This Happen To You!
The worst time to think about whether or not you should have picked up this course is not standing on the mound watching another hitter round the bases after teeing off on your 3-1 fastball, because you didn’t master the King Of All Pitches.
Don't look back on another pitching outing and realize that you could have struck out more hitters if you had a 3rd option in those 2 strike counts.
There’s the pride of discipline or the pain of regret.
YES, YOU CAN!
P.S. Remember there is absolutely no risk for you. If you don’t master the sinker within 24 hours, I’ll personally coach you on how to lock it down.
P.P.S. AND….you’re protected by our ENTIRE SEASON guarantee as well. You can use this program for an entire year and you’re still protected by our “No-Questions Asked, Part As Friends” Guarantee.
P.P.P.S. The clock is ticking... We only have a few free copies of this DVD left: Click here now.
P.P.P.P.S. You’ll love this one! Here’s a testament to the power of a sinker:
Bartolo Colon is 45 years old and creeping closer to 300lbs and is STILL pitching in the Major Leagues... his 21st season!
Why? He throws nearly 60% sinkers! Imagine what it could do for you..
Don’t let Bartolo have all the fun. Start making hitters look foolish!
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