Training Newsletters

  • by Cindy Bristow Are you looking for more aggressive runners on the bases, players that will take an extra base and be willing to slide when the play is close? If so then y

  •   I want to talk about the importance of playing for the guys in your own dugout as opposed to people off the field.  You would think that would be a given when you ar

  • Barnacles and battleships both live and work in the water. They have a very close relationship and yet it’s a positive relationship for only one of them. Learn why you need

  • Attack … Get after it … Be aggressive … These words and phrases are often associated with offense. A players “attacks” the ball and should always “be aggressive” when swing

  • The throw to third base for catchers is not an easy one when there is a right handed batter standing in the batter’s box.  To deal with this problem, catchers should NOT …

  • Lots of hitters struggle with popping up. This is particularly true of young hitters but find out how the problem is pretty easily fixed with a drill called the Back T Dril

  • If your players are struggling making the backhand play have them try angling back slightly on their approach to give them more time for the hard hit balls to the backhand

  • In today’s video tip, Coach McCreary explains and demonstrates the three things that every runner needs to do when they arrive at first base. If you like it, please share i

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  • This video post was also explained in written form a while back.  

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