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Jay Quinn

I remember his windup. Very unique for his time, and very interesting. I think early-century pitchers used a similar windup. Unfortunately, I do not have a video or picture.

Tom McMahon

Instead of his hands swinging on either side of his body, he kept his glove hand and his pitching hand together during the windup. I've never seen anything like it, which is why I'm looking for a photo or a video.


Did he step towards 1B during his windup? What, please, is a side saddle wind up?

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