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Pitcher's motion, Brandon Claussen (image is reversed), Cincinnati Reds, 9/15/2004, by Rick Dikeman

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File history English Wikipedia

(del) (cur) 13:04, 28 August 2005 . . Sportsdude820 (61074 bytes) (Reverted to earlier revision)
(del) (rev) 13:03, 28 August 2005 . . Sportsdude820 (56798 bytes) (Reverted to earlier revision)
(del) (rev) 02:28, 26 September 2004 . . Rdikeman (61074 bytes) (A typical baseball pitcher's motion as he delivers the pitch to home plate, 2004, by Rick Dikeman)
(del) (rev) 18:23, 25 September 2004 . . Rdikeman (56798 bytes) (Pitcher's motion, Billy Wagner, Philadelphia Phillies, 9/15/2004, by Rick Dikeman)
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