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Pitching: Drop Ball

To help make sure that the Drop ball really does drop, a pitcher needs to make sure her body is over her front foot at release. To help make this much easier, try this - have your pitcher bring her...

 

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Pitching – Lawnmower

If your pitcher throws a Peel Drop (Instead of a Rollover Drop) then have her think about starting a lawnmower with her hand as she releases the ball. This powerful pullback motion will help the pitcher force the ball to...

 

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3 Tips for Tackling 2017

Did you make your New Year’s resolutions? Over 140 million Americans do so you’re not alone. If you’re one of them, discover my 3 Tips for Tackling this New Year! New Year’s resolutions, while popular, fail horribly within the first 2...

 

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Outfield: Judging Fly Balls

Having trouble teaching your outfielders which balls will go over their head to go back on and which ones will land in front of them to move in on? If so, then here's a quick way to help your outfielders...

 

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Advice for Handling Rumors

Players love to talk and unfortunately many will talk about other players or about friends they all know. As adults we know that rumors aren't things we want to encourage as they can be damaging to people. Fortunately we can...

 

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Fielding: Count the Bounces

If you have a player that is struggling to field groundballs cleanly then try this simple tip - have them count the bounces! It's very common for infielders, even expert fielding infielders, to suddenly become fumble-hands and not be able to...

 

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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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