Hitting

Should a Hitter Get his Front Foot Down Early when Hitting? Baseball Rebellion Investigates.

I’ve been known to say “The Swing IS The Turn” when I coach my hitters and most of what we spend our first few months of our program on is learning…

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Josh Horton Off Season Report: Heading to Spring Training Ready to Turn Heads

  After being named an MilB.com organizational All-Star for the first time in his career and setting full-season career highs in Slugging, OPS, Doubles, Home Runs…and Strikeouts…Josh Horton came back…

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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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Case Study Miranda Davis: Can Baseball Rebellion help Softball Players too???

Miranda came to the building in early November last year.  She, as Keith will tell you, was a successful rec-ball player.  I saw potential in her frame and her aggression…

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Going Forward…But Staying Back?!? The Role of Momentum in the Baseball Swing

How do you stay back while moving forward in your baseball swing? Chas Pippitt examines the role of momentum in the swing.

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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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