January 17, 2011

Baseball Tips From The Seahawks

Yesterday I headed over to a friend’s house to watch our mighty (tongue in cheek) Seattle Seahawks battle the Chicago Bears in the cold and snow.  […]
January 13, 2011

The Bugs Bunny Change-Up And A Retired Great

Not sure if you missed the news, but the MLB all-time saves leader (602 saves) retired yesterday after 18 seasons.  When I think of Trevor Hoffman, […]
January 13, 2011

How to Teach Pitching Mechanics

I have played with some great athletes in my day.  I have also have been exposed to a lot of different coaches and coaching styles.  What […]
January 5, 2011

Clips of MLB Pitchers to Examine

I emailed the below clips to a coach the other day.  We are working with his team on pitching mechanics and wanted to compare what I’m […]
December 30, 2010

The Deadliest Pitch: The Circle Change

I love it when a pitcher has a great changup.  The Circle Change just happens to be one of the deadliest changups out there.  The reason: […]
December 29, 2010

Pitching Advice From Nolan Ryan

Many of you know how I feel about Nolan Ryan. Nolan is the greatest pitcher of all time. I think I like him, not only because […]
December 27, 2010

Different Off-Speed Pitches

Everyone wants to be the next power pitcher that can just blow the ball past the batter.  While that is fun; success with just one pitch […]
December 26, 2010

The Baseball Challenge

Nate and I hope you had a great Christmas.  We want to ask you how you feel.  Are you feeling sluggish and tired?  Are you experiencing […]
December 23, 2010

How to Throw a Split Finger Fastball

Yesterday I was approached by a gentlemen at a Baseball facility in Utah.  He asked me to enlighten him a bit about the splitter and if […]
December 3, 2010

Does a 12-6 Curveball Exist?

Every pitcher I instruct wants to learn how to throw a curveball, and for good reason.  The curve, when thrown properly, is a very effective pitch […]

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