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Baseball Lessons From The Stock Market?

Baseball Lessons From The Stock Market? You may not think that there are any connections between investing in the stock market and training to be a baseball player, but I would certainly beg to differ. Here’s lesson #1 that baseball players can take from Wall Street:  You’ve Got To Think Long Term […]

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Improve Pitching Mechanics By Starting At The End

Pitching Mechanics Can Be Complicated Baseball Brains wrote an article about improving pitching mechanics that is now featured on Pitching 101!  We are always busy writing, whether it’s for this site or those of our friends. Pitching 101 is a fantastic site which features some awesome baseball people!  Click below to read […]

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Winter Hitting Tips For Baseball

Hi Braniacs! WINTER HITTING TIPS: A couple weeks ago I wrote an article about keeping quality over quantity this winter, check that out if you haven’t read it yet. Moving on from there, another thing that we need to keep in mind while we’re locked in the batting cages this winter, is that there […]

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Using Balance Boards For Hitting

We wrote an article on how important balance is for hitting in baseball a little while ago, and I thought I would follow up with some advice for using balance boards. First, I do think that balance is king when a hitter is at the plate.  Just like in pitching however, it’s […]

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Staying Positive On The Baseball Field Part 3 – Be In The Moment

Staying Positive On The Baseball Field Is Crucial Staying positive in baseball can be very hard.  It’s a game where a lot of negative things happen, and then the players are kind of left to stand around and think about their mistakes.  For example, a hitter goes up to the plate and […]

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Great Pitching Drill For The Bullpen

A Pitching Drill That Requires Focus and Intensity We’re huge fans of drills which truly prepare our players for the games, and this one does that.  There is far too much time wasted on the field, at the plate, and in the bullpen by players who are just going though the motions. […]

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