Monthly Archives: September 2014

How to be a “well rounded” hitter. [Derek Jeter Style]

  So a player and his dad came up to me the other day. The father expressed his present concern about his son’s hitting ability. “How can I help my son to be a well rounded hitter”? Suffice to say I’m surrounded by many other parents and players that share the same sentiment. Becoming a…

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Andrew McCutchen’s little hitting secret…

  In 2004, there were talks of a “phenom”. The word from the “high school baseball grape vine” was that he was hitting .750. He could run a 6.5 60 yard dash and had a BAZOOKA for an arm.Those kinds of rumors are hardly ever reliable. Most of the time, in Florida, you could shake…

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