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  • a  with hand brought forward and down from above shoulder level

  • Little Patty used the exhausting butterfly stroke (an overarm stroke as in the crawl, with both arms moving together) for the full 220 yards.
  • Firing overarm fastballs and slithery, if occasionally errant, sliders, the reliever quickly retired the Tigers on an easy grounder and a fly to left.

  • Pete Dawkins in Telegraph.co.uk
    There were three-inch headlines in the tabloid newspapers the next day saying: 'Yank's Torpedo Throw', so it generated quite a bit of publicity,Dawkins said. "After that, more players started to throw the ball overarm into the line-out so...

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