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Matt Antonelli points out the #1 mistake hitters make when hitting from a batting tee.
Matt Antonelli provides a tip for hitting inside pitches and how to drive them to left-center without hooking the ball.
Matt Antonelli provides a tip that sounds the same as a golf tip - keep your head down and through the ball to make solod contact.
Steve Nikorak from Zoned Sports Academy demonstrates one of his favorite drills to teach hitters how to stay connected throughout the swing.
Matt Antonelli explains how to hold a bat, why it it important and how a lot of little leaguers are being taught incorrectly.
Ken Krause provides part two of a 2-part series on trick plays that you can practice that may just win a game or two for you down the line. The first article was about defense; this one is all offense.
Matt Antonelli provides a simple drill for ensuring that your body is in the right position during your load.
Matt Antonelli discusses why telling players to "let it get deep" or "let it travel" rarely helps hitters who are pulling the ball and what coaches should be teaching players, instead.
Matt Antonelli says there are two things you need to be able to do to advance to the next level - hit the fastest fastballs in your age group and lay off of bad pitches, particularly breaking balls.
If you are consistently late with your swing, Matt Antonelli says do this - a simple pre-load move that should help you get the barrel in the zone faster.
Matt Antonelli outlines a couple of key things to focus on to make sure that you are in a good hitting position in order to make solid contact with a pitch.
Watching the Little League World Series this week, I noticed a vast difference between each individual batter's load and when they did it. Matt Antonelli discusses when to load (it changes depending on various variables).
Ken Krause says that players often do things that their bodies aren't naturally inclined to do - often because coaches have told them to. He says that sometimes, doing nothing is far more productive than trying something that is unnatural.
Steve Nikorak from Zoned Sports Academy works with a young hitter, teaching him proper posture and how to stay through the hitting zone, regardless of pitch speed.
Baseball Rebellion provides a couple of drills to keep the back hip loaded, allowing for a fast swing through the ball.
Matt Antonelli provides three drills to keep you coiled as long as possible and prevent lunging while you are hitting.
Ken Krause discusses the concept of "Deep Practice" and how it has really helped several players he coaches.
Chas Pippitt from Baseball Rebellion demonstrates three ways of telling people how to adjust to faster pitchers, providing 3 drills - one for little leaguers, one for high school/college players and one for parents to use at home with their kid.
This Driveline Baseball post, complete with videos, provides a dozen different hitting drills that will improve your power, consistency and decision making at the plate.
Luke Johnson from Baseball Rebellion discusses the keys to maintaining your balance during a powerful, aggressive swing.
Matt Antonelli provides a tip for youth hitters who are late swinging at pitches.
Coach Justin provides another three swing mistakes that hitters make that make it next to impossible to hit the ball consistently.
The same words don't work for every player. Baseball Rebellion shows you three ways to get your point across to a hitter who is pulling their head out during their swing.