I love the fact that Starlin is doing interviews in English now. I can’t imagine trying to do that in a foreign language. But this segment with Harold Reynolds, between Starlin’s broken English and the fact that his “before” and “after” demonstrations of fielding technique are basically the same, makes it a keeper.
Starlin says he sees “very improval” in his throwing and he feels “really better.” Who can argue with that?
You have to wonder what the Cubs had been teaching him, when the biggest breakthrough in his throwing technique seems to be not just keeping his left shoulder in, but actually looking at his target.
The old way, is of course, still known as the Rex Grossman.