Adrian Hernandez: Former RHP Yankees, Brewers


1. Could you tell us your story on dropping down?

Because he learned side arm because he had no official training so be always three sidearm 


2. What are some of the advantages you had from your arm angle?

Dominated with a sidearm curve and caused a lot of ground balls 


3. If you didn't drop down, do you think you would have had the same success?


4. What would you tell someone debating on changing their arm angle?

Throw over top becaus it damages your arm and you have more success over top and it's safer 

5. Are there any mechanical tips that you'd give to someone throwing sidearm/submarine?

 He wouldn't give tip since it isn't natural or proper to throw side arm 


6. What pitches do you throw?

Breaking ball slider change up fast ball 

7. How do you pitch to lefties/righties?

Righties always inside and lefty always outside. 

 8. Lastly what is your favorite part about pitching from down there?

The advantage of your release point, which threw the hitters off. 

Interview thru: Dave Deese, Quinco Baseball Academy