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A Pitching Pyramid Scrimmage Workout

Looking for a way to mix a pitching workout into a live scrimmage situation, then try this. The pitching pyramid scrimmage workout is a great way to blend a pitching workout into a live scrimmage. Your pitchers pitch in games against real hitters yet spend...

 

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Pitcher/Catcher Relationships

This tip provided by Michele Smith. To help pitchers and catchers work better together think about their relationship this way: Pitchers are the train and catchers are the tracks. The catchers job is to steer the pitchers where she wants her...

 

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Catcher – Foul Balls

Have you ever stood in the dugout excited that your pitcher was able to get their best hitter to pop up a ball foul, behind home plate, only to watch your catcher turn the wrong way, do a few circles...

 

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4 Keys for Your Next Mound Visit

Are you going out to the mound too early, or wondering what to say when you get there? Discover 4 keys for your next trip to the mound. Learn how to maximize your pitching circle visits and help your pitchers get...

 

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Catching – Throwing Footwork

When making a throw down to 2nd base, your catcher will probably need different footwork on an inside pitch than when she catches an outside pitch. Whenever a catcher receives the ball away from her throwing hand she can't take...

 

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Catching – Throwing

Catchers spend most of their time throwing to players that are on the move hustling to cover a base in time to catch the ball and make the tag. To help your catchers with this idea of throwing to a...

 

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3 Tips for Young Catchers

While catchers don’t seem to get a lot of coaching, they are HUGELY important to the outcome of a game. A great catcher helps make a great pitcher so discover 3 things to improve your catcher today! Catching involves lots of...

 

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Catching – Framing

To help your catchers improve their framing have them work on catching the "outside" part of the ball. Start them with their glove off and just working on hand position to the ball from a short distance using easy tosses...

 

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