I’m a firm believer that if you can really hit you’ll play. If you can literally change the momentum of a ball game with a swing of a bat on a consistent basis, making the transition to the next level of baseball is something that is completely within your grasp.

With that being said, becoming this kind of hitter is a very challenging thing to do. But it is possible and you can start by taking the advice of Toronto Blue Jays’ performance coach and big league scout Steve Springer.

We all know that you fail more than you succeed at the plate. So how do you learn from those failures?

What’s the biggest challenge?

In this AoB EXPERTS interview w/ Steve Springer he will tell you:

  • Why the Batting Average is Evil
  • What success truly is as a hitter
  • How to walk up to the plate with confidence every time

You’re going to love this interview!

Let me know what you think!

What did yo think of Steve Springer’s advice? What was your biggest take away?

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