At many points throughout our baseball career we are going to make changes to our swing mechanics, throwing mechanics, and overall approach. Deciding when those changes need to be made can be tough. We don't want to make changes carelessly or often. Many times I see young players try something new in their mechanics and because it didn't work in one weekend they try something else or they go back to their old mechanics. This is why having a private coach or instructor is so i
So often I find young guys that are struggling too concerned with their results and when they're succeeding... too concerned with their results. Successful results can happen by getting lucky, but consistently successful results happen with a good process (or approach). For this blog I'm going to use the example of bunting because I think it really illustrates my point. Bunting is pretty simple, especially a sacrifice bunt. You touch the ball with the bat and put it into fair
Here's part 3 of our receiving series on YouTube... this one goes over some tips for how to receive breaking balls. Whether it's sliders, slurves, or curves this video will help you get better. Share it around with your coaches and teammates.
As this first month of the spring season has finished I'm sure some of you have been absolutely killing it! If that's you, keep going! Stick with what you're doing and keep getting after it. For those of you that haven't been having that early success, there's still hope! One of the biggest issues I've seen with some of our high school guys is a mental disconnect between practice and game situations. If you're a guy that kills it in practice and looks completely different in