In this podcast from Youth Baseball Edge, Rob Tong interviews Jay Weaver from catchingcamp.com about a variety of topics related to becoming the best catcher you can be.
- Advanced Concepts for Becoming a Better Catcher
- How to throw a Baseball or Softball
- Catchers - How to Throw Out More Runners
- How to Hit With Two Strikes
- Where, When and Why to Position Outfielders
- Drill for Hitters - Recognizing Balls and Strikes Immediately
- Simple Ball Drill For Staying Connected While Hitting
- How to Choose the Perfect Bat
- Drill Progression For Lower Half to Hit With Power
- Step By Step - Pitching Mechanics Explained
For parents with kids who are new to baseball or softball, this video from Dan Blewett tells you how to teach them how to throw a ball, regardless of position.
Ken Krause provides several tips to catchers for how they can throw out more runners trying to steal bases.
Matt Antonelli discusses what your approach should be at the plate when you have two strikes against you.
Dan Blewett discusses outfield positioning - when to shift, why and how some coaches do it too much and for the wrong reasons.
Rob Tong from Youth Baseball Edge provides a simple series of drills for teaching players to recognize whether a pitch is a ball or strike early, long before it crosses the plate.
RPP Baseball provides a simple drill for staying connected as a hitter.
If you're looking for an extremely detailed, science driven way to choose the perfect bat, this article from Driveline Baseball is for you.
Coach Shannon from CUDIT provides a drill progression, working on the lower half for hitting power and control.
In this extremely detailed video, former pro pitcher, Dan Blewett, explains every part of pitching mechanics.
In this video, Matt Antonelli provides several drills for maintaining your posture and staying connected while hitting.
There are a lot of rules concerning balks by pitchers. In this video, Dan Blewett addresses a lot of FAQs surrounding what a balk is and how to avoid committing one.
One of the best ways to increase your batting average and help your team is to sneak in a few easy hits by learning to drag bunt. Coach Justin shows you how in this video.
Dan Blewett demonstrates what TO do and what NOT to do if you are a right handed pitcher trying to pick off a runner at first base.
This Eric Cressey podcast discusses whether or not pitchers should take time off from throwing during the offseason and the various throwing programs that might be appropriate.
Coach Lisa from Challenge U Softball provides a hitting drill for maintaining proper launch position and increasing power.
Matt Antonelli demonstrates the difference between bat lag (good) and bat drag (bad) and says your hands are the key to fixing bat drag.
Dan Blewett discusses what a backdoor breaking ball is and whether or not you should ever throw one.
Baseball Rebellion discusses the proper approach to make sure you are on time for every pitch, no matter what type of pitch is thrown.
Matt Antonelli provides two drills to help hitters get their bodies in the correct position for when the pitch arrives.
Dan Blewett discusses the best situations to try to steal and base and when not to.
Coach Lisa Rizzo demonstrates common stride problems with hitters and how to fix them.
Dan Blewett discusses different body types and skill sets and what positions are best for each type. Also, what scouts are looking for.
Dan Blewett outlines 7 times catchers should visit the mound as well as 3 times that they should not.