Pitching Grips

Learn different baseball pitching grips including curveball grip, slider grip, changeup grips, cutfastball grips and more at The Pitching Academy’s new baseball blog.

July 11, 2012

Pitch Count And The Unpredictable Pitcher

A few weeks ago we wrote about becoming an unpredictable pitcher, one who the batter never suspects what pitch will be thrown next. We wrote about […]
July 13, 2012

How to Throw a Nasty Curve

Every pitcher wants to learn how to throw a nasty curve. There’s nothing like throwing a curveball that makes a hitters knees buckle. It’s a great […]
July 16, 2012

Pitching Off-Speed: A Must Read

In many of our messages to you this year we have written about keeping your pitching mechanics the same as your fastball when you throw any […]
July 20, 2012

How To Pitch Like a Major-Leaguer

Today I want to help you understand what is misunderstood in the baseball world when it comes to throwing off speed pitches. As you know, mechanics […]
August 16, 2012

Some Things to Learn on Felix’s Perfect Game

Yesterday around 2:45 my dad sent me a text that read, “Felix perfect through 8”. I was just leaving to go meet a friend at a […]
August 26, 2012

Avoid These Pitching Grips Mistakes

Here are some things to avoid when you are learning how to throw an additional pitch: 1) Avoid twisting your arm just before release of the […]
October 5, 2012

How to Throw a Circle Change

We want to continue this weeks topic by sharing with you how to throw a great circle change. Place your fingers in the same position as […]
October 5, 2012

How to Throw a Cut Fastball

Nate and I are going to spend the next 2 weeks to a month and talk about how to throw off-speed pitches. Today is the cut […]
October 7, 2012

How to Throw a Splitter

Ever wonder how to throw a split finger fastball? The split finger, also known as the splitter, is deceiving because it appears to be a fastball; […]
October 8, 2012

How to Throw a Curveball

When is the best time to throw the curve? When you are ahead of the count with one or two strikes on the batter or surprise […]

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