Using your thumb and index fingers as stability points, cock your wrist to 90-degrees – or as close to it as possible.
Wind up and release the ball at what Dickey describes as "the right moment." This will take some practice, but, as Dickey assures, "letting go at the right moment will enable the ball to not spin. It'll wiggle up there and hopefully be tough to hit."
Find the horseshoe seam, which is located to the right of the logo on top of the ball. Then, dig your pointer- and middle-fingernails into the leather immediately behind it.