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Sean Laird demonstrates the proper way to do soft-toss - something that few coaches do.
Nunzio Signore from RPP Baseball interviews Villanova pitching coach, Jabin Weaver, discussing the transition from high school to Division 1 college baseball, common lifestyle adjustments that need to be made, why some freshmen struggle and more.
Sean Laird explains why telling hitters to get their back elbow up is usually the opposite thing you need to be telling them.
Ken Krause tells coaches to STOP telling lefties they need to hit to left field and gives five solid reasons why.
Dan Blewett explains the four biggest mistakes that coaches, pitchers and catchers make when calling pitches.
Matt Antonelli shows a video of a baseball rule infraction that many people may not know. The penalty for not knowing it is quite severe!
Dan Blewett provides parents with six useful and common sense tips to prevent their child from wearing out his arm as a pitcher.
Dan Blewett discusses what pitch catchers should call when the game is on the line.
Matt Antonelli says that coaches often make the mistake of telling hitters to get their lead foot down early and explains what they should be saying and emphasizing, instead.
Dan Blewett says that coaches need to stop asking pitchers how they feel and if they are good to go another inning or batter.
Matt Antonelli says that players like competition and that drills work better when they are competitive. He then provides three speed drills that players will actually want to do.
Matt Antonelli explains why coaches who say "just see the ball and hit it" are doing their players a disservice.
Ken Krause says that when a pitcher is having control problems, telling them to slow down their delivery is a horrible piece of advice.
Nunzio Signore from RPP Baseball interviews Texas A&M pitching coach, Nate Yeskie, discussing the qualities he looks for in a pitching prospect for the team.
Ken Krause from Life in the Fastpitch Lane lays out a short list of things that coaches should never say (but they constantly do).
In this podcast, Rob Tong from Youth Baseball Edge interviews Toby Gardenhire, the manager of the Twins AAA affiliate, St. Paul Saints, about how to effectively coach third base.
Eric Cressey interviews San Francisco Giants bullpen and catching coach, Craig Albernaz, discussing the myriad of duties a catcher is responsible for and how that makes managing them a particularly difficult thing to do.
Matt Antonelli offers a coaching tip, differentiating between being nice and being kind and how the two can work together to help players improve their game.
In part 1 of a 2-part podcast, Rob Tong from Youth Baseball Edge interviews AAA St. Paul Saints manager, Toby Gardenhire, about the role and responsibilities of a first base coach.
Eric Cressey interviews multi-award winning baseball coach, Jerry Weinstein, about the things he looks for in catchers - the skill set, mind set, relationship skills and work ethic needed to be elite at the position.
Ken Krause provides numerous trick plays that your team may want to try (and practice) for certain game situations.
Matt Antonelli discusses how he teaches hitting approach to different age groups because pitchers at different ages have different skills sets and abilities.
In this podcast, Nunzio Signore from RPP Baseball interviews Blue Jays Pitching and Development Coordinator, Cory Popham, discussing the super fine details of managing truly elite pitchers.
This is Part 4 of the series from Youth Baseball Edge's Rob Tong, interviewing former umpire, Brandon Jackson, about rules every coach should know before arguing with an umpire.
Rachel Folden from Elite Fastpitch has one word she wants parents to remember ... "patience". Progress is made in bite sized increments. Expecting too much, too fast leads to disappointment and is a sure-fire way to discourage young players.