Monthly Archives: February 2012

Fail at hitting like a big leaguer

It doesn’t matter who you are or where you play. You will experience failure. You can be the most talented player in the world and you’re still going to fail more than half the time at the plate. You will strike out, ground out, pop out, and fly out. This is guaranteed. What truly matters…

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How to make consistent contact while hitting for power!

I think with young hitters, a lot of them assume that hitting with power means pulling the ball while swinging from the heels. Also, they may think that to make consistent contact means shortening the swing while trying to hit the ball on the ground. Neither of those assumptions are true. In fact a good…

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Q&A Thursdays! Have a baseball question?

Thanks Greg for allowing me to share your question and my feedback with the readers and subscribers! Greg has a 13 year old son who may not be seeing the ball well. Here is my take.   The eyes are important Greg. The thing is, a lot of players who aren’t seeing the ball correctly…

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When was the last time you paused and celebrated your baseball player’s growth?

Can you remember the last time you felt truly greatful for being given the opportunity to watch your kid play the game of baseball? Do you even realize the incredible privilege it is to do so? How often do you tell him that you’re proud, and are looking forward to all of the wonderful things…

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