Ultimate Breaking Ball - Make a C with your thumb, and your middle/index fingers. Hold the ball so your fingers are on opposite sides of the ball. When throwing this pitch, throw it completely over the top and grip the ball very loosely. When you release the ball it's like you are almost not holding on to it. Exaggerate your follow through, (making sure you actually delivered the ball), and it should drop about 2-3 feet.

Screwball - Make a "C" with your Index finger, Middle finger, and thumb. Have your ring and pinky fingers right beside them curled upon the holes. Then throw. If done right, the ball may move sideways up to 4 feet.

The Super Rising Screwball hold the ball with the holes to the left. Place your index and middle finger right next to the holes almost touching. Then throw it full submarine so your knuckles almost touch the ground.

Slider - make a "C' with your index finger, middle finger, and thumb. If you're a right handed pitcher then the holes should be on the right. If you're a left handed pitcher then the holes should be on the left. Make sure that your hands don't cover the holes.

Super Slider-Hold the ball with the holes on the left side and stick your index finger into one hole. Allow your index finger to be the last finger on the ball and the ball should curve 2-3 feet to the left. This takes some practice.

Slider-(Slider-Riser) Hold like a slider but throw three quarters arm release.

Screwball/Slider Same as a curve ball just with the holes facing the right. Well almost the same, you want to have your fingers on the holes this time and have your fingers pointing towards the middle of the ball more so its not parallel with the holes like the curve. Pretty much like and "X" with your 2 fingers and the holes. Hold this also with your index and middle fingers. Hint: You want to throw this to the left side of the strike zone and flick your wrist a lot, hold it loose and almost lob it. As long as you have enough flick with your wrist it will slide or screw very smoothly to the right.

Sick Awesome Curve ball -Position your hand so that the holes are on the right side of the ball (for Righty Pitchers) and left side for Lefty Pitchers. Make your pointer and middle fingers into a "V" and push the ball up between them so it is kind of stuck. Throw the ball at any arm degree. However, between sidearm and 3/4 arm is the best. The ball should curve away to a righty if thrown over the top, up and away if thrown 3/4, it will sink if thrown sidearm and will curve in if thrown submarine.

Crazy-Curve Ball Hold the wiffle ball with the holes out to the left and your index and middle finger vertical and on the right of the holes. Try to have your fingers on the holes. It's kind of like your giving someone the "loser" sign on your forehead but with 2 fingers. hint: Try to aim at a batter who's right handed, it will curve all the way across the plate. Sometimes even around their head and still hit the strike zone.

Riser -Hold the ball with the holes facing down, and throw sidearm/submarine.

Another riser-make a "c" with pointer middle and thumb. middle finger and thumb should be on the middle of the ball with holes to the right if you are a right handed pitcher. Pinky and ring finger should be curled up in the small circle where the pat # is( they should not be on the holes). This pitch should be thrown as a sidearm pitch, but the lower the release point the better it is. Just before the release point you should snap your wrist to get max. rise.

Riser/Floater Hold this pitch the same as a curve ball but just throw it side arm and flick your wrist a lot! You want the holes to be straight up and just let the ball hover right across the plate. It usually stays right where you want to throw it unless you angle your arm awkwardly

Sinker- 1 This pitch is the same as the riser just with the holes facing down. For some people the riser and floater are vice versa. With this pitch you also need to have a lot of flick with your wrist in order for it to work.

Sinker - 2 Hold the ball like a circle change up, and then throw the ball submarine style. Snap your wrist. This pitch is a counter to the sidearm Riseball. To fool the hitter as he/she sees you pitch sidearm, they are expecting it to rise when all of a sudden it sinks. Hold just like the Riseball except turn the holes toward the index finger. (If held out if front of the face the holes should be pointed to the left, OPPOSITE for a lefty). Throw this pitch sidearm again. aim high and to the right a little it will sink down and away from a right handed batter. Throw harder for more break. Crazy Sinker with

Splitter Action - Hold the ball as you would for a so-called "screwball" so that the holes are to the right of your middle and index fingers (which should be together). Keeping this grip, throw it sidearm w/ a strong snap of the wrist, this will cause it to rise slightly then drop dramatically, just like a splitter.

Cutter hold the ball like a fastball but split your hands just less than you would of for a splitter. you should almost have a slice motion to your throw so that is a 3 quarter throw. the pitch takes practice but it should cut a foot but it looks like it will cut 5!

Different Cutter put your index finger on the equator with the holes on the left for righties then have your middle finger a inch to a inch and a half then put your thumb just barely on top of the holes close to the middle then throw it at 3 quarters and it should cut straight across the strike zone.

Palm Ball hold the ball between your thumb and palm with your fingers up. experiment with how the holes go or how many fingers are up!

Circle Change When this one works it's sick. Hold the ball like you re making an "okay" sign with your hand. So your index and thumb are making a circle and your other fingers are away. Make the circle around the holes of the ball. It tends to curve to the left but it works.

Knuckle Have the holes facing you, put your index and middle fingers on the top of the ball and slightly on the holes. Instead of holding it with your fingers hold it with your index and middle knuckles. Your other fingers will tuck in on the side of the ball regualarly, not with your knuckles. Also dont let your ring and pinky wrap around the ball just tuck them in with your hand. Hint: Good luck throwing this one (and hitting it)

Totally Awesome Knuckle The original knuckle ball is pretty good, but this one is nasty! Push the center of the ball (center being circle in between the holes) and bend your middle and ring fingers. Place them in the dent you created. Put your pointer and pinky fingers out over side of ball. As you throw it, flick out your bent fingers, it is uncontrollable but moves like crazy! hint: Your hold on the ball should be almost the same as the devil's horns sign.

Big Freeze This pitch moves a little but is hard to hit. With the holes all facing down, hold your index and middle fingers above the holes parallel to them. Throw sidearm. Change-Up Hold the ball with the holes facing which ever way you want. Stick your index finger in one of the holes. Not too far in the hole so it is completely stuck. Throw this pitch hard and let ur finger come out when you release. It should be off speed. Slow, but should reach the plate after the batter swings. Gyro Hold ball with holes facing towards the batter and throw overhand spinning the ball as you throw.

Ultimate Slider Hold the ball so the holes are facing down and throw the ball 3/4. you must also throw the ball down a little bit. Eephus Hold the ball as you would a fastball and lob it so it just makes it a strike. Only throw when ahead in the count e.g. 0-1 0-2 1-2 or mabye a 1-1 or 2-2 but not anything else. And if they don't swing its usually a ball.

Screwball (for lefties) hold the ball so the holes are to the right and cover the holes with your index and middle finger and throw it over hand. opposite for righties.

Screwball/Sinker Effective more to left handers. Grip the ball like a normal screwball and do the same arm motion except when you release the ball come through it as if your throwing a curve ball, giving it a big loop like a nasty curve ball.

Scorcher (nasty curve) put your index and middle finger on the opposite side of where the holes are throw so you turn the ball over to the side with the holes and should drop straight down.

"Big Dropper" Put your middle finger in the holes so that they are on the right. Put your thumb on the bottom of the ball. Place your index finger to the left of your middle finger so they are spread apart, but not too far. Throw between 3/4 and over the top but twist your hand so the holes are in the front while pitching. the ball should drop 3-4ft.

The Gurver: scuff up you wiffle ball and grip it like a curve. Then throw it straight it should either curve like a gyro, curve, or slider.

Late Curve, With the holes to the left put your index finger in one of the holes. Put your finger in the hole about 3/4 of the way up your nail. have you middle finger spread about half an inch apart. throw the ball 3/4 arm, or overhand.

Slow diving curve, Holes facing up put your index and middle fingers on the holes on the right of the ball. your thumb should be on the seam on the left of the ball. throw 3/4 or sidearm and it should curve about a foot and dive about 1 or 2 feet. yes... another cutter, holes on left of the ball put index finger over the middle of the holes, put middle finger on the seam. thumb also on the middle of holes but on bottom of the ball. pitch over the top it should break 2 to 3 feet away from a righty batter and will drop about 6 to 9 inches.

Knuckle-Curve, holes facing DOWN...get your fingernails on each piece of plastic in between the holes. (Get on top; and push rather than toss)

Nasty sinker: have the holes of the ball on the left side and put your index finger on the left side of holes or barely on the holes, then do the same with the right middle finger but except on the right side of the holes. if you throw overhand snap your wrists down a little and it should drop a couple of feet. Sick slider- but the holes so they are facing to the right now put your index and middle finger along the holes while your thumb is underneath and throw it over hand . make sure you aim low and behind the batter because it will break ALOT.

slurve hold the the ball with the holes facing away from you and just throw like a fastball. it should curve about 5 feet to the left.

Riser Hold with the holes facing down and have your index and middle finger over the holes and your thumb on the opposite side of the ball. When you throw you want to bend down to throw, throw across your body.


fastball-throw it fast with this grip, at an arm angle in-between straight over hand and three quarters. This grip makes the ball move a lot more than a simple throw.


Do not think that if you can't throw this with a baseball that you cant with a Wiffle ball. It's a lot easier with a wiffle ball that it is with a baseball. Mix up the speeds and arm angles, and you can go a whole game only throwing Knuckleballs. A normal throw spins backwards, so when you release, push the 2 fingers forward to counter that spin. This pitch takes touch to learn, but is a amazing once you learn it.