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How to Teach Pitching For a Beginner

How to Teach Pitching For a Beginner Out of all the things we get asked on a daily basis by coaches, this one always seems to keep coming back up. How do you teach a pitcher who is just beginning to learn?  There are many answers to this, and my favorite is […]

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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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How To Increase SPEED On The Baseball Field

  Don’t Just Practice What You’re Already Good At, Eliminate Weakness All coaches want their players to continually get better as the season progresses. I think that’s basically accepted as a universal coaching truth. Unfortunately, a lot of coaches do not run their team in a way that actually makes that possible. […]

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Baseball Coaches Need To Focus Too

If you’re anything like me (and if you’re reading this I assume you are), you run across a million pieces of advice about baseball coaching and drills for players, and you’re not quite sure who to believe or what to use. I wrote an article about how a lot of online coaches […]

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How A Coach Should Deal With A Problem Parent

Communication is perhaps the most important job of any coach.  We must teach our players, relay our ideas and plans to our assistant coaches, justify ourselves to our bosses, and talk to parents about schedules and other concerns.  In a list of skills that any great coach has, communication is going to […]

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The Biggest Mistake Pitchers Make in Baseball

Many Pitchers Have Issues We’ve seen almost everything.  We work with pitchers from young to old and across all ability levels.  Narrowing the mistakes we see down to one is not easy.  Pitching mechanics are something we’re very used to looking at, however a coach can have a much more effective priority […]

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