April 12, 2011

A Winning Pitcher’s Performance

It has been our privilege at The Pitching Academy to work with many talented pitchers over the years.   Our best pitchers have an “I can” attitude […]
April 12, 2011

Looking For A Strikeout Pitch?

What is going to give you the extra edge this year on the mound?  That is a good question you should ask yourself often.  One of […]
April 14, 2011

Is A Curveball A Must?

One of the most common questions we get as pitching instructors is how to throw a curveball. I know there all sorts of philosophies on when […]
April 20, 2011

Little League Baseball Coaches Beware!

As super league has already been in progress for a few months it is time for city league baseball (Little League) to get under way.  Many […]
April 22, 2011

Cross Training: Cardio For Baseball Pitchers

If you’re like me you like to add some variety to your pitching workouts.  Before the internet, I used to go insane trying to think of […]
April 26, 2011

Change of Speed or Movement?

If you’re a hitter, what type of pitcher would you rather face?  One that throws extremely hard and throws a straight changeup that slows down 15 […]
April 30, 2011

Pitchers: Avoid Arm Injuries

More often than not, the best pitchers on most youth baseball teams have a natural ability to throw the ball.  Unfortunately these same pitchers are the […]
May 2, 2011

Pitch Count! What is Acceptable?

The other day we sent everyone an e-mail that talked about pitch count and what is acceptable and what isn’t.  We also discussed that Leagues should […]
May 5, 2011

Playing Catch Enhances Pitching Performance

Playing catch is one of the most important things baseball players can do to improve their hand eye coordination.  Most players don’t take this simple skill […]
May 6, 2011

How To Throw A No-Hitter

This past Friday, Francisco Liriano threw a no-hitter. Aside from being a rare feat, there were a few unique things about Liriano’s outing. 1.  He didn’t […]

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