Category Archives: Pitching

Bullpens Should Always Be Caught By a Real Catcher

Tips For Bullpens For Pitchers and Catchers There are many times throughout the year where bullpens are caught by somebody other than the actual game catcher.  Sometimes a coach will stand (crouch) in, sometimes a player who just likes to catch will do it, and other times pitchers will just throw to […]

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How To Add Rhythm To Your Pitching Motion: Part 2

Pitching With Rhythm is Very Important Pitching with rhythm is very important for pitchers of all ages.  It allows them to use their body correctly and efficiently.  It creates a good flow to the game and keeps them on track, and it also lets the pitcher and catcher get into a good […]

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Pitching Velocity Development: An Article From TreadAthletics

Pitching Velocity Development is an article from Tread Athletics and the original can be found here.  As our regular readers know, Baseball Brains is plural and we love to highlight material and people that we think are doing an excellent job moving the art of coaching baseball forward. Ben Brewster runs the site […]

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Tips For Pitching With Rhythm

Every Pitcher Needs Good Rhythm You have probably heard plenty of advice along the way about pitching with rhythm.  Some coaches use the term when they have really good reasons for saying it, and many say it because they’ve sort of run out of other things to say. Well the truth is […]

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Develop A Practice Plan For Pitchers

  Pitchers Need Practice Too How to create a practice plan for pitchers without changing much at all about what you’re already doing. In many youth baseball and high school baseball practices, it is very difficult to carve out time for the pitchers to get their work in.  After the everyday practice […]

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Best Tips For Baseball Workouts

  Working out for baseball requires a good plan. This is a new series on Baseball Brains where we will lay out the keys to developing a good plan for baseball workouts.   Like many of the most important parts of rising to a high level in baseball, it all starts with a […]

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Tips To Prevent Pitching Injuries

You can’t reduce the risk of pitching injuries to zero. We are huge believers in healthy arms, and everything we do is based on the principle that good health is priority number one.  Having said that, there will always be a risk involved in pitching from a mound, especially when high velocities […]

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Drills For Pitching: Quarterbacks

  We’re always looking for great pitching drills. Wherever we are, whatever we’re doing, our eyes and ears are open for new ideas about how to make pitchers better.  One great set of drills that we use for pitchers is called quarterbacks.  It’s no secret where it got its’ name and it’s […]

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Top 5 Tips For Pitchers In The Bullpen

Do More Than Just Throw Pitches In The Bullpen   There are far too many pitches being thrown in the bullpen that don’t have any real purpose.  Sure, pitchers are throwing various pitches and attempting to locate them in the zone, but that is not close to enough for anybody who desires […]

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Become Your Own Best Baseball Coach

There Is Not Better Coach For You…Than You There are most certainly two different schools of thought when it comes to training amateur baseball players. On one side you have baseball coaches who want the players to work on the physical skills of the game only.  These baseball coaches believe players should not […]

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