Should Pitchers Do Weighted Ball Training?

Dan Blewett discusses weighted ball programs, whether they are safe or not, how some programs are not done correctly and at what age you should start using weighted balls.

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Should Young Pitchers Be Taught The Windup Anymore?

Dan Blewett briefly addresses whether the windup should still be taught to pitchers but mostly discusses the real reason kids aren't throwing strikes from the windup - they don't practice enough!

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How to Throw a Pro-Level Changeup - Step by Step Instructions

Dan Blewett provides step by step instructions for how to throw an effective changeup.

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The "Love Throwing Program" - Returning Fun to Throwing Again

Dan Blewett just put together a really fun series for people who just love to throw a ball. The 30 day program, which is totally free, is explained and can be gotten here ...

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Catchers - How to Give Signs to Pitchers

Dan Blewett explains how to give signs to pitchers - type of pitch, location, pickoffs and more. He also provides guidance for how to hide your signals.

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Use Your Body's Natural Movements to Your Advantage

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.

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How to Hide Signs from Baserunners

When a runner is on 2nd base, it's easy for them to steal signs from the catcher and relay them to the batter. Dan Blewett shows you how to disguise your signs so that the runner on second does not know what the pitch is.

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Interview With Angels Pitcher Reid Detmers

Eric Cressey interviews Angels pitcher, Reid Detmers, discussing his journey, pitching philosophy, routine and how he developed his pitches.

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Pitchers - How to Signal Your Pitches to Catchers During Warmups

Dan Blewett explains how pitchers signal their pitches to catchers during warmups and why it is important.

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Interview with Richmond Pitching Coach, Josh Epstein

Nunzio Signore from RPP Baseball interviews University of Richmond pitching coach, Josh Epstein, discussing what he looks for in pitching prospects and what he does to make them as powerful as they can be.

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Using "Deep Practice" For Player Improvement

Ken Krause discusses the concept of "Deep Practice" and how it has really helped several players he coaches.

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Interview with 2022 NEC Pitcher of the Year - Josh Loeschorn

Nunzio Signore from RPP Baseball interviews 2022 NEC Pitcher of the Year, Josh Loeschorn, discussing a day in the life of a college baseball player, dealing with an injury and more.

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Interview with Cardinals Pitcher Packy Naughton

Eric Cressey interviews St. Louis Cardinals pitcher, Packy Naughton, discussing his recovery from Tommy John surgery at a young age, the one change he made that vaulted his career, his throwing routine and more.

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Pitchers - Do These Warmups Before You Start Throwing

Kory Behenna from Baseball Rebellion provides several movements and exercises pitchers should do before they start throwing a ball.

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Post-Tommy John Surgery Throwing Program

Driveline Baseball outlines a throwing program for pitchers returning from Tommy John surgery and how it will not be the same for all athletes.

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The Pitcher and Runner Cat and Mouse Game

Dan Blewett discusses the cat and mouse game between pitchers and base runners and how knowing what each is thinking can help you as a runner or a pitcher.

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7 Ways to Reduce the Number of Batters You Walk

Dan Blewett provides 7 different ways that pitchers can walk fewer hitters.

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Where to throw a Curve (and When)

Dan Blewett explains where to locate your curveball and how that changes with the count.

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Arm Soreness - When is it Normal or a Warning Sign?

Dan Blewett discusses arm soreness - when it is normal and when it is a warning sign that could lead to arm injury.

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Should Pitchers Work on Their Velocity During the Season?

Ron Wolforth from Texas Baseball Ranch makes a case for why trying to increase pitching velocity mid-season is a bad idea.

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Interview with Cardinals Pitcher Drew VerHagen

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.

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How to Throw a Fastball - In Depth Advanced Techniques

Dan Blewett provides an in depth video on how to throw a fastball properly, including advanced tips for controlling its movement.

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Pitching Mechanics Part 1 - Arm Action Issues

In part one of a three part series on pitching mechanics, RPP Baseball's Nunzio Signore discusses arm action issues.

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Teaching Youth Pitching Mechanics

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.

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Can You Jam a Hitter Using an Aluminum Bat?

Dan Blewett discusses the myth that you can't jam a player hitting with an aluminum bat.

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