Are You Helping Yourself Out?

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Yesterday in a workout, I had some of my guys working on their Pick Off Moves and also PFP’s (Pitcher’s Fielding Practice). In that particular group, I had a middle school pitcher, a high school pitcher, and a college pitcher from the SEC. During our time discussing and going over what we were going to…

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My Take On Pitch Counts

Texas Pitching Institute, Pitching, Lessons, Instruction, El Paso, Baseball

Yesterday afternoon I was interviewed by the El Paso Times, discussing a story on how the UIL, the High School Governing Body for Texas, was considering implementing Pitch Count rules at the High School level. A few weeks ago, the Times wrote an article about this and interviewed some kids from the area that were…

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At Least 8 Out Of 10 Times You Are This

Texas Pitching Institute, Pitching, Lessons, Instruction, El Paso, Baseball

Here’s something you may or may not already know, but if you pitched in 10 games, only about 1 or 2 of them will you probably have your “Best” stuff. So what are you going to do with the other 8 or 9 outings? This is what you need to know. We all want to…

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Slide Step Tip

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Last night, one of my guys was doing some work off the mound. And when he converted to pitching out of the stretch, he was doing fine. Then everything went wrong. All of a sudden, as a Right Handed Pitcher, he was pulling his pitches across him, towards a Left Handed Batter, or he was…

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What If You Don’t Throw Hard?

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There’s no doubt that there is an “arms race” being created in the world today. What I mean by that is that it seems that everyone is evolving into this one-dimensional mindset of throwing hard. I even saw an interview the other day with Trevor Bauer of the Cleveland Indians who was asked by a…

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