Hi, this is Chris Richard with Personal Pitcher and this how to throw a two-seam fastball with a Wiffle ball. First of all we have to define what ball we're gonna use. It actually means a lot when you say a new ball verses a scuffed ball in Wiffle ball. The new ball is nice and slick and on the box basically the ball is going to curve in the direction these holes are at. So if you throw the ball like this you're gonna get a curve ball. If you throw it like this you're gonna get that two-seam fastball. The two-seam with a new ball is really difficult to throw. It's very inconsistent and I had a tough time throwing it and I can see why most of the people will take sandpaper out, scuff the ball out, and even you know make boxes on it here with steak knives and x's and all that and lines on the underneath. It changes the dynamic dramatically, allows you as a pitcher to control the ball more but what it does is reverse the dynamics of the ball so it goes in the opposite direction of the hole so if I threw the ball like this that's now gonna be my two-seamer. It's gonna come this way and it's gonna break this way. This would be the curveball going this way. When you start throwing sidearm this is gonna be your riser alright with the holes down. This way is gonna be your drop ball. So it's very interesting how the dynamics of a ball can change and you know it makes it a lot easier when you scuff it up and the screwball is or the screwball or the two-seamer is one of the more difficult pitches to throw. It takes a lot of practice and I'm left-handed and the only way I was able to really get it down is, is really visualize throwing it right at the shoulder of the right-handed batter. You know I really have to come across this way to get it to drop in. If I threw it down the middle it, it just kind of really didn't do much and I don't know why that works like that I think my finger pressure you know that's how it worked for me. You're really gonna have to do a lot of trial and error with this and it takes a lot of practice, you know there's some professional Wiffle ballers out there and it's an amazing game and these balls can really move. So go get a Wiffle ball, try it with a new ball. You might have sandpaper it up a little bit if that doesn't work for you get out a steak knife and make some, some real good cuts and then you'll get a lot better control with it.