Men's fastpitch game 'still alive,' but not quite well

11:46 PM, Jul. 20, 2013
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Chris Czech watched his father pitch. So, when he was about 10, Czech put a garbage can on its side and began to practice.

The unusual pitching motion took time to learn.

"I would say it takes two years to consistently throw strikes straight," said Czech, now 44, who continues to tinker with the swift underhand pitching motion required in men's fastpitch softball. ...

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