Yes and no. The sharpness of the break depends upon the height of the string, the distance of the string from the plate, and the distance from the plate that the ball hits the ground.I know the higher the string is the sharper the break must be.
Still have the video? I can't access the link above.She threw a rollover. A rollover is a difficult pitch to throw well. On the other hand, most pitchers don't throw a drop very well.
There seems to be a real lack of understanding of exactly what the hand does when throwing a rollover. This spring, we did a video of my DD throwing the drop and focusing on the hand movement. Here it is:
<a href="http://share.ovi.com/media/ratwod.softball/ratwod.12520"><img src="http://media.share.ovi.com/m1/lt/3034/68391a8df6b74a90a8d4e60bd2ecd458.jpg" border="0" title="drop-sequence - Share on Ovi" alt="drop-sequence - Share on Ovi" width="280" height="23" /></a>
If you download the pitch sequence, you can blow it up some and see the hand motion more clearly. One thing of importance is that the the ball is in the fingers and well away from the palm.
Two better videos:Still have the video? I can't access the link above.