BOB FELLER AND JACKIE ROBINSON The doors at the Baseball Halls of Fame open for two more baseball immortals - Bob Feller and Jackie Robinson. Bob Feller meets fans and pitches on the field in Cleveland. Jackie Robinson playing in Brooklyn for the Dodgers. He steals home against Yogi Bera and Whitey Ford of the Yankees in the 1955 World Series opener.
FELLER'S PITCH RACES MOTORCYCLE Cleveland Indians pitching ace Bob Feller throws a baseball faster than a cop driving an eighty-five mile per hour motorcycle in a classic, kitschy test. Feller winds up and releases the ball after the motorcycle has passed him, but the ball is seen breaking paper in the pitching target before the cop reaches it.
PITCHER BOB FELLER MEASURES SPEED BALL Bob Feller of the Cleveland Indians demonstrates his pitching prowess with the use of a Lumiline Chronograph. The machine used by the Army to determine the speed of artillery shells proves that Bob's pitching arm is just as deadly.
BOB FELLER DEMONSTRATES PITCHING Several clips of Cleveland Indians Hall of Famer Bob Feller demonstrating how to pitch. Included are closeups of grips for fastballs and curveballs, slow motion and stop action studies of his delivery, point of view shots from the catcher as the ball comes whizzing in.
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