Incredibly, neither the Baseball rule book nor the umpires' manual contains a written definition of a check swing. The generally accepted rule of thumb is that you need to break the plane of the front of home plate with your wrists and at least part of the barrel of the bat. But because there's no actual definition, in practice a check swing is whatever the home plate umpire says it is.AnswerIt's extremely subjective; each umpire has his own guidelines. Some will call a strike if the wrists break, others will call a strike depending on how far the bat goes, and still others go by whatever they judge the batter's intent to have been. AnswerUmpires should address this as a judgment call, based on whether or not the feel that the batter intended to offer at the pitch.
go really high on the swing, let go, and fall of with your palm facing up and baboom it will break
It allows the centre mass of the blade to be forward of the wrist as you strike. The momentum of the swing of the blade allows the curve to strike and focus its energy in the target.
Yes you can you can get the wind knocked out of you and you could possibly break your arm or wrist.
No, you get a brace.
Of course it does!
Use a hammer to hit it harder. why u wanna break ur wrist?
yes i destroyed my wrist so don't do it
in Las Vegas
fall on it how else??
Why are you so crazy that you would break your wrist on purpose?!?!?!? I broke my hand and it HURTS LIKE ANYTHING!!!!!!!
You have to press the A button and after you do that you have to pop your wrist when you swing and that is how you can do it.