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Matt Antonelli demonstrates several drills that catchers can do all by themselves, using a pitchback rebounder, to improve their defensive game.
Matt Antonelli demonstrates several drills infielders can do using a rebounder to help them improve their one-handed fielding skills.
Duke Baxter from Zoned Sports Academy provides drills for infielders to learn how to backhand a ground ball in three different locations.
Matt Antonelli demonstrates three infield drills you do by yourself using a rebounder that will help you with your timing and put you in the proper fielding position to make a throw to the bag.
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 demonstrates how catchers should signal pitch location to pitchers, regardless of the pitch type that is called.
ZONEDSports Academy provides an easy drill for increasing your hand-eye coordination. No glove necessary, you just need two balls and a partner.
Dan Blewett demonstrates the best way for catchers to hide their signs from the other team.
Matt Antonelli explains why coaches who teach players to catch the ball with two hands are doing them a disservice.
Dan Blewett addresses when it is okay to buy a cheap baseball glove and when you should be investing in a $300 glove.
Matt Antonelli demonstrates how to teach a young player how to play First Base.
Matt Antonelli says it is essential for young infielders to get comfortable fielding balls with one hand and also charging all balls to gain an advantageous hop.
Matt Antonelli had to create a simple game to get his players to concentrate on their throwing accuracy - something players should always be doing anyway.
Matt Antonelli demonstrates a catching drill using a pitching machine that helps develop catcher speed and blocking abilities.
A great thing to do during the off-season, Dan Blewett discusses how to break in a new glove and how it is different depending on the position you play.
Matt Antonelli tells outfielders not to simply shag balls during outfield practice. Instead, create game situations in your mind and catch the ball being ready to throw to the situation you created.
Matt Antonelli demonstrates the two most important things that infielders should be doing when they field a ground ball.
Matt Antonelli demonstrates the best way to underhand flip to second base - one of three different ways of tossing a ball to turn a double play.
Matt Antonelli provides a quick tip for getting your body in the perfect position to field ground balls - something that will make you a more consistent infielder.
Matt Antonelli demonstrates a short, compact arm action so that infielders can throw the ball more quickly and accurately.
Matt Antonelli demonstrates a drill infielders can do anywhere - inside, outside, even sitting on your bed - that will help you throw more accurately.
Matt Antonelli shows infielders how to position the glove so that ground balls don't pop out or get bobbled.