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The Life And Death Of Donny Everett
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“What should I be thinking when I walk up to the plate?”
A lot of hitters are being told from a young age to look to hit the fastball and adjust to anything off-speed. This is a great approach…if you are trying to do a job such as move a runner over into scoring position. The reality of it is that this approach is unsustainable. When pitchers start throwing harder and the MPH differential between their fastball and their off-speed becomes greater, then this approach simply…Continue
By following your “biomarkers”, you instantly discover how to make yourself more competitive at your current level and…Continue
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In the middle of it all, the entire, emotional ordeal that would come to define his career, in the midst of the literal storm that was drenching the Eastern Seaboard on the afternoon of Sept. 5, 2006, and the perfect, figurative one that was conspiring at that moment to make him the…Continue
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Q: Does the scholarship amount you offer a player predict his playing time?
A: When we meet with a young man and his family, there’s always two big elephants that walk in the room. And those are, “How much are we going to offer you and how soon can you play?” It’s a conversation about dollar amount and playing time. As important as both of those things are, you should understand that the two of those things…Continue
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The San Diego Force Baseball Team is looking for Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors to complete our roster for the 2018 season. We are a part of the Southern California Summer Collegiate Baseball Team, of which there are seven (7) teams. We will play a schedule of twenty-four (24) conference games and approximately sixteen (16) to twenty (20) non-conference games. We have participated in the NBC World Series in 2016 and 2017...having finished third in…Continue
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Your Base of Support. When standing on two feet, your base of support is the area between your two feet. However, with one foot on the ground, your base of support transfers from your feet to…Continue
*This article was originally published in September of 2015 on http://brucasarte.blogspot.com. ; Reposted here because the bulk of the article is still relevant today.
Ah... October... the air is cool, pumpkins are a-plenty and the Major League Baseball postseason is in full swing! Truly, nothing says October like playoff baseball! But in recent years, Major League Baseball has made a number of…
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You thought Moneyball changed baseball, look out below!
Ok, it’s my day to be a little silly (crazy?) as I try to help major league baseball with their pace of play and the inadequate amount of action in the modern game. The following baseball game changers would revolutionize the game, for sure. Sorry, traditionalists,…Continue
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I don't know this guy but this is apretty good blog on the MLB Draft.
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Tell me something please...
Why doesn't every pitching coach
Teach Movement, Not Mechanics?
You could make a million throws in a row and none of them, not a single one would show up exactly the same way on the video, or computer screen.
Heck.. You can't even write your…
The Life And Death Of Donny Everett
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