Pay Attention or a Baserunner May Steal an Extra Base on You Like This ...

Matt Antonelli shows how a baserunner stole an extra base because of an infielder who was a little lackadaisical and how you can prevent this from happening to you.

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Tip for Improving Your Curveball

Dan Blewett says that two things can help you improve your curveball. Here are his tips for making your curveball even better ...
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Throw Hard for a Better Curveball

If your curveball is not breaking well and hitters are mashing it, Dan Blewett says that it is probably because you are not throwing it hard enough.

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Tip for Pitchers Whose Curveball Is Not Breaking

Dan Blewett discusses whether or not you should automatically take a pitch when a pitcher is struggling to find the strike zone.

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Should You Automatically Take a Pitch When a Pitcher is Struggling?

Dan Blewett discusses whether or not you should automatically take a pitch when a pitcher is struggling to find the strike zone.

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Infielders - How to Get In Ready Position

Matt Antonelli works with young infielders, showing them how to get ready to field a ball every time a ball is pitched.

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Which is Better to Hang - a Curveball or a Slider?

Dan Blewett answers the question, "Which Pitch is better to accidentally hang - a slider or a curveball?"

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Easy Grip for Throwing a Nasty Changeup

Dan Blewett demonstrates an easy grip for throwing a nasty changeup.

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What Pitch Should You Throw Next?

Dan Blewett outlines five things pitchers need to consider when deciding what pitch to throw next.

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How to Turn Great Practices in to Great Game Play

Dan Blewett discusses why some players perform better at practice than in a real game and what they can do about it.

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What is More Important for a Young Pitcher - Speed or Accuracy?

Ken Krause has an interesting take on the speed vs. accuracy debate for young pitchers and how the coach's goals may not necessarily be what is best for the long term prospects of a pitcher.

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Visualization - The Key to Successful At-Bats

Matt Antonelli discusses visualization and why it is so important for successful hitting.

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Should You Throw Two Straight Curveballs?

Dan Blewett discusses whether or not it makes sense to throw two curveballs in a row.

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Analyzing Yankees Infielders Drill

Matt Antonelli analyzes a Yankees spring training infielders practice, noting what a good player does to get the best possible jump on the ball.

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7 Softball "Rules" Debunked

Ken Krause outlines 7 rules that softball players, coaches (and sometimes umpires) constantly get wrong.

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Advice For Smaller Baseball or Softball Players

Dan Blewett gives advice to smaller ballplayers on how they can be every bit as good as the bigger guys or girls on their baseball or softball team.

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Interview with Rockies Pitcher, Ryan Feltner

Eric Cressey interviews Colorado Rockies pitcher, Ryan Feltner, discussing what it is like adjusting to cold weather, the altitude in Colorado and more.

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Trea Turner Infield Drill

Matt Antonelli analyzes an infield drill being done by Trea Turner and how it helps you get your feet and glove in the right position to create short or long hops, which are easier to field.

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Pro First Base Fielding Drills

Matt Antonelli observes the fielding drills that first baseman Bryce Harper does in spring training, pointing out the nuances of his footwork and glovework.

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Know the Rulebook!

Ken Krause from Life in the Fastpitch Lane explains why knowing the rules and constantly keeping up to date on them is so important. It not only can help your team, but it can keep you from embarrassing yourself!

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How to Get Better at Hitting Off-Speed Pitches

Matt Antonelli outlines the two things you have to do in order to get better at hitting off-speed pitches (changeups, breaking balls).

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How to Boost Your Baseball or Softball IQ

Like most sports, baseball and softball are not just a test of physical abilities. There is a mental side of the game, too. Dan Blewett discusses how coaches can help boost their ballplayers' IQ, making them even better players.

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Pro Catcher Fielding Drills

Matt Antonelli discusses the receiving drills that catcher JT Realmuto does off of a pitching machine and points out the things he does that make him a big league catcher.

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Mental Approach for Hitters to Reduce Strikeouts

Matt Antonelli explains the mental approach to use in order to reduce the number of times you strike out.
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Why All Ballplayers Need to Lift Weights

Dan Blewett says that hitting the weight room is one of the best ways for players to improve themselves and create separation between themselves and other players.
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