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How to Blow Your Visit

If you’re trying to play college softball you’ll take a recruiting visit. Make sure you don’t blow it. I’ve seen lots of players blow their visit – don’t be one of them. Your recruiting visit, whether Official or Unofficial is not only an opportunity...

 

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Use ‘Em or Lose ‘Em

Ever wonder how all the great coaches turn all that charting data into info that actually helps their team win games? If so then you aren't alone as too many coaches spend time gathering tons of information on all kinds of...

 

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4 Qualities Every Pitcher Needs

Pitching can be a confusing skill for pitchers and for coaches, so let’s simplify it all. Instead of thinking about a million different mechanics, learn 4 qualities that every pitcher needs. I saw a stat from this year’s WCWS that was shocking - 52%...

 

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Take Your Team from Good to Great

The Pitching and Hitting Summits, held every August in Tampa, are for College Coaches, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get all of the incredible information shared by the top coaches in the country. Here’s how you can get the coaching knowledge, skills, drills...

 

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Pitching Lane Practice

Miss too much on an inside or outside target and it can spell disaster. Learn a great way to practice these locations. Here’s a simple and yet powerful way for pitchers to practice their inside and outside pitches. Anytime you can make your words...

 

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What’s the RPI and How Does it Work?

There’s lots of college softball polls, what do they all mean? Make sure you know why the RPI is a super important poll. There are a couple of different Division I softball polls - there’s the ESPN/USA Softball poll, and the USA Today/NFCA...

 

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A Hurdle Drill to Help Your Riseball

The riseball’s a killer pitch, so here’s an innovative way to keep it lower, longer. Use this easy drill to make those riseball’s more effective. Riseballs are a great pitch, unless your pitcher throws 'em too high and nobody swings. That’s pretty common when...

 

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