Pitching Mechanics

Learn proper baseball pitching mechanics that will help increase pitching velocity and control. Proper baseball mechanics help prevent serious injury and keep you throwing longer.

September 28, 2010

Mechanical Ways to Throw Harder

Got another question to answer this way.  This one comes from Dan.  It’s short and to the point: What are some mechanical ways I can throw […]
September 29, 2010

Heath Bell and Ubaldo Jimenez Pitching Mechanics

You have been getting our e-mails for the last few years you know we talk a lot about the importance of stride length.  “Your stride should […]
October 10, 2010

Throwing the Ball Too Low?

I received a call a few days ago from a concerned parent whose son (who usually has great command of all of his pitches) couldn’t find […]
October 25, 2010

Baseball’s Best Pitching Articles

We’ve been producing a lot of content lately on our blog as well as in these emails you’ve been getting. I thought I’d take a moment […]
October 25, 2010

Throw Faster in No Time

At least 40% of our questions are about increasing velocity. Most of them are similar questions and I will take some time to address the majority […]
November 4, 2010

Five Buck Pitching Workout

If you have been reading our blog for awhile, you know that we write a lot about throwing with a purpose.  That means that you are […]
November 16, 2010

Professional Baseball Contract: No Experience?

A couple years ago I wrote about the two Indian boys who signed a professional baseball contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates having never played a game […]
November 21, 2010

Major League Pitching Grips

We received another great question: This time about our change-up article and video. “My son is almost 8 years old and I wonder if he could learn […]
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 […]
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 […]

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