Eric Cressey interviews former Tigers and current Cardinals pitcher, Drew VerHagen, discussing how an early arm injury led him to train differently as well his evolution in pitch types.
- Are Baseball Swings and Softball Swings the Same?
- Interview with Cardinals Pitcher Drew VerHagen
- How to Throw a Fastball - In Depth Advanced Techniques
- How to Warm Up Before Throwing
- Know These Rules Before Arguing with an Umpire - Part 2
- Teaching Young Players How to Grip a Baseball or Softball
- Hip Separation - Three Different Ways of Explaining it
- Baseball and Softball Warm-up Drills For All Ages
- Pitching Mechanics Part 1 - Arm Action Issues
- Teaching Youth Pitching Mechanics
Dan Blewett provides an in depth video on how to throw a fastball properly, including advanced tips for controlling its movement.
In part one of a three part series on pitching mechanics, RPP Baseball's Nunzio Signore discusses arm action issues.
Dan Blewett demonstrates the pitching mechanics young pitchers should be taught. Without them, pitchers will lack the speed and accuracy they need to get hitters out consistently.
Dan Blewett discusses the myth that you can't jam a player hitting with an aluminum bat.
Eric Cressey interviews Cleveland Indians pitcher, Triston McKenzie, about his journey to the pros, changes he had to make at different levels of the game and more.
Dan Blewett discusses pitching plans, how they are dictated by your strengths and weaknesses, the individual hitter you are facing and in-game adjustments you may need to do.
Nunzio Signore from RPP Baseball discusses what "layback" is in pitching, why it is important and how you can improve yours.
Eric Cressey interviews former major league pitcher, Cory Gearrin, covering a wide variety of interesting topics including his highly unlikely and inspirational journey to college and the pros.
Dan Blewett discusses what to look for in a pitching coach and what red flags to look for that say "this is not the coach you want."
Part 2 of a Youth Baseball Edge podcast with Jim Brower on how to train young pitchers to pitch.
Dan Blewett demonstrates one of two pickoff moves for runners on second base - the Inside Move - and also discusses when to use it (and what NOT to do).
When it comes to softball or baseball pitching, what is more important to learn first - accuracy or speed? The answer is clear to Ken Krause.
Former professional pitcher, Dan Blewett, discusses the best age for pitchers to learn to throw a curve, how long it takes to develop an excellent one and how often it should be thrown.
In this Youth Baseball Edge podcast, Jim Brower offers his take on training young pitchers, some of which is not exactly mainstream.
Brandon Martorano from Zoned Sports Academy discusses whether young players should both pitch and catch.
Nunzio Signore from RPP Baseball discusses what pitchers should do after a game to ensure that their arm remains strong and healthy throughout the season.
When should kids begin learning to throw a curveball? Dan Blewett discusses how often they should be thrown and which type of pitchers would be better off throwing a slider.
Dan Blewett explains what pitchers should do when they experience arm pain and how they can prevent it in the future.
Driveline Baseball does an in depth analysis of pitching grips and how they affect different pitchers' stuff.
Ken Krause provides a drill to help softball pitchers get their elbow in the proper position at the top of the arc.
Dan Blewett discusses pitching lessons - should you pay for them for your child, how much they cost, how often you should get them and more.
Dan Blewett says the strike zone gets effectively bigger when a pitcher gets ahead in the count.
Solid video by RPP Baseball owner, Nunzio Signore, about what to do in the weight room to increase pitching velocity.