Articles: Pitching Methodology:

Two Keys to Achieve Full Hip Rotation for Pitchers

Many will argue the ability to achieve maximum hip to shoulder separation in the delivery is vital to the velocity of any pitcher.  I agree with this statement, and I…

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Learn How To Get The Most Out Of Your Leg KICK!

After my students have mastered the foundation of how the body should move into the throw, we transition into building their delivery from the windup.  I always enjoy this phase…

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Time, Money, and Your Player’s Development: Part 2

As Justin and I illustrated in Part 1 of this article, Travel Baseball and the misinformation associated with it can cost parents and players tons of time.  Justin and I…

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Time, Money, and Your Player’s Development: Part 1

This article is not condemning playing the game of  baseball but aims to create awareness in the most advantageous way for a young aspiring player to go about developing their…

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Avoid This Common Drill or Your Fastball May Wind Up In The Trees!!

One of the most commonly used verbal pitching cues is for an instructor  to say “chest to glove”.  The cue is designed to promote proper shoulder and trunk rotation into the…

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The Yin Yang of Baseball: The Complementary and Combative Nature of Pitchers and Hitters

The way we teach the art of pitching and hitting here at Baseball Rebellion, can be easily characterized as the Yin Yang effect of seemingly opposing forces that have components of each…

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Welcome to the NEW Baseball Rebellion!

Baseball Rebels: As you can see things are different here at Baseball Rebellion.  And we think they are different for the best. Justin and I are now on the same…

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Step Back to Swag: Creating Character in Your Delivery

  I had the opportunity to hear Tom Seaver speak about his delivery several years ago.  He talked about pitching as an art, and as he talked about his signature style, I started…

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Case Study #1: Consistency at 10 years old??

Is it possible that a 10 year old kid could be the most consistent pitcher I have in my program?  The answer is YES!  After I finished part 3 of…

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