Hi, I'm Chris Richard with Personal Pitcher and this is how to throw a curveball and baseball with a lot of break. Throwing a curveball comes down to a couple of things. The wrist action that you have and the grip. First lets talk about the wrist action. You want to make sure that that wrist is snapping down towards the catcher. Okay it's very important that you do it that way because if you start coming around the ball this way you're gonna have problems with your elbow. Okay that's where a lot of elbow problems will happen so make sure your wrist is snapping down towards the catcher and you'll get that 12 to 6 break you're looking for. The other thing is grips. There's a couple different grips with a curve ball. There's the standard grip where you put your middle finger and you grip the horse shoe of the ball. A lot of that comes with pressure in the middle finger to push down on that seam and for that wrist to snap with it. The other way is like a knuckle curve where you raise your index finger and your middle finger still has that pressure on that seam and its the same action but you get a little bit different force out of the nail or the knuckle of your index finger of the ball. A lot of its in individual things so you just got to go out and practice and to keep that wrist going in the direction towards the catcher and not towards the 1st or 3rd baseline. It's okay everything needs to go through thee catcher and that will allow that curveball to break 12 to 6 and you'll get the most break. The other thing too with the curveball is start it down the middle of the plate. If you're looking to strike the guy out strike that batter out. The batter looks at that curveball that starts down that plate as a good pitch to hit okay when he see's it out of your hand and then that allows the curveball to break out of the zone and usually they'll swing all over it or ground out to the shortstop or the 2nd base depending on what kind of hitter they are. Remember to really focus on that wrist snapping down through the catcher.