What does a D1 baseball left-handed pitcher look like?

What does a D1 baseball left-handed pitcher look like? Former Division 1 player and NCSA’s Director of Baseball Nelson Gord, breaks down what a D1 left-handed pitcher should have in their baseball skills video.

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