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Catching development has grown immensely over the past year. Drills are being developed at a much higher rate with an emphasis on receiving. And rightfully so, a catcher has significantly more opportunities of receiving a ball than say blocking or throwing.
Teach your catcher’s how to better receive pitches and get more strike calls this season by learning a new set-up technique for catcher’s of all ages.
Check out three drills you can do with your catchers to help improve their blocking and footwork on balls in the dirt that you can do at home or the field.
Why Receiving in Catching Is Extremely Important The Value of Receiving Want to be a great catcher? Learn how to catch the ball well. I know that sounds extremely elementary,……
Baseball Rebellion shows you three drills to improve your footwork and arm strength to decrease your catcher pop time and throw more runners out.
The relationship between the pitcher and catcher is very important. Learn how to make sure you are on the same page with the best ways to give signs.
This is part two of Tyler Shewmaker’s two-part catching series, It All Starts Before The Pitch. If you have not read part one, click here. Secondary Stances: The days of……
Improve Your Pop Time With This Simple Footwork Adjustment As with our hitting and pitching philosophies, Baseball Rebellion believes that moving athletically is the key to maximizing your skills as…
At most team practices, there is little time set aside for catchers to work on their skills outside of catching bullpens. While bullpens are great opportunities to improve, a routine…
Blocking Technique: Should Catchers Move Forward When They Block? Blocking is an essential key to limiting the movement of baserunners and being a great catcher. While a large percentage of…