When coaching baseball, addressing grip and stance is the starting point in developing hitters. It is also key to developing throwing skills. The video linked here from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, gives you the checkpoints for a grip check that should be reviewed on a regular basis. For younger players a review every practice with constant […]
When coaching baseball, to save time and get more done, combine infield drills that don’t overlap field space. Here is an example here is one example from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win.
When coaching baseball throwing, getting the players to use their trunk and legs is a challenge. I’ve found that using this knee to ground drill from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, is helpful in getting players to feel how the rotation of the hips, and trunk, help to accelerate the hand and ball.
Coaching baseball, when working on specific plays in the infield, you can keep more people involved if you work on different plays at the same time. Here is one example from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, that will help get more done in less time.
When coaching baseball, ball exchange, especially with younger players, sounds simple but is a difficult combination of moves to coordinate. You can save a lot of time by getting the feel of the hands and feet working together by starting without the ball. This drill from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, is an example. We call […]