Monthly Archives: September 2011

How I increased my arm speed in high-school

I was always considered a small guy. In high-school I was only about 5’9 150 lbs, but I was athletic and had an above average arm. I didn’t really start noticing how much arm strength I had developed until I was clocked at 91 from short by a scout during Jr College sophomore showcases. That…

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Will tobacco be banned in MLB Baseball???!

Since almost the beginning, smokeless tobacco has embedded itself into the allure of baseball. Baseball’s chewing collage dates back to the very roots of this national’s past time. The term “bullpen” was derived from  Bull Durham tobacco, which was first produced by the Blackwell Tobacco Co. in 1860. During what has forced people to view baseball as…

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The “SECRET” Big League Approach

There is a secret that Big League baseball players know about when it comes to being successful in this sport. It’s so effective and yet even the youngest most inexperienced player can use it to become a better baseball player. In fact young kids were probably the first to use this incredible baseball technique, and…

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If you haven’t seen it yet….please do….

The problem we’re trying to solve is that there are rich teams, and there are poor teams. Then there’s 50 feet of crap. And then there’s us. It’s an unfair game. -Billy Beane

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