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What’s Your Two Strike Approach?

Have you ever heard your coaches yell “two-strike approach” from the coaching box or dugout? What does that mean? Most of the time they are looking for their hitters to…

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The Imitation Game

As hitting instructors, we strive to help every hitter reach their highest potential and swing in the most optimal way possible. One way in which we do this is through…

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A Great Pitcher Needs One “HEEL” Of A Landing

Once upon a time I used to have the words “ball foot to ball foot” as my screensaver on my computer. At the time, I was a freshman at George…

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Who Owns Your Swing?

Now that it is 2015, players all over the country are ramping up their offseason training in anticipation for the upcoming baseball season. I want to comment on a common…

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Lesson Look In: A Lesson In Finishing

Young pitchers have a tendency to be overanxious at times in their delivery, leading to the throwing arm not fully finishing back into the body.  From my experience, the activation…

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Tommy John Surgery: Are pitchers a ticking time bomb?

According to bleacherreport.com, out of the 360 pitchers that started the season on the active Major League roster, 124 of them have had to undergo Tommy John Surgery.  Sadly, the…

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Avoid “Jaeger’s PULLDOWN’S”. Gain Arm Speed without LONG TOSS

The best of part of this article is you can gain all the arm speed you want without ever having to pick up a baseball.  Cool huh?  Don’t worry about…

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Should Pitchers Push Off The Rubber?

Before I explore the reasons a pitcher should push or not push off the rubber, I would like you to answer the question below so I can gauge where most…

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How to Fix NOT Seeing the Ball: The HeadRight HeadLight Drill

I’m going to tell you that when talking to Johnny Narron, Josh Hamilton’s personal hitting coach, he told me that he thinks the difference between the truly great hitters like Josh, A-Rod, ManRam, Bonds, Mays…the list goes on, from an all-star player was ‘two feet of vision’ during a pitched ball. Read more…

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