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Baseball Hitting Drills: BACK ELBOW UP…GOOD OR BAD IDEA?

By |February 21st, 2015|

Several years ago while traveling in Missouri, my son and I stopped off, as we often do, to take advantage of a commercial batting cage to get in some strokes.  […]

Baseball Hitting Drills – Trust Your Hands

By |February 1st, 2014|

We’ve often heard baseball coaches tell their players, “Trust the hands!” Is that a good coaching concept? No, I say. It’s the opposite. In fact, here’s one of the most […]

Baseball Hitting Tips Eliminating The Strikeout

By |May 22nd, 2013|

A major part of being the best hitter we can be is to be “tough to strike out.” A good hitter should have no more than a 10% strike-out ratio. […]

Top Baseball Hitting Tips

By |April 22nd, 2012|

Most of us have heard coaches talk about “rolling the wrist” in hitting. Have you ever wondered what happens to the bat when the wrists roll? The answer: The bat […]

Baseball Swing Mechanics

By |June 21st, 2011|

The Problem:
We’ve heard this coaching tip for years about baseball swing mechanics – that to get a great hit, players should swing down on the ball upon contact. While there […]

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