Timing at the Plate & How-To Make the Transition into College Baseball

Tuesday, Sep. 11th 2012

This article is a guide to improving your timing at the plate in order to play college level baseball instead of lower level baseball. Some of the tips include advice on how to improve your swing time, head movement and placement and how to hit the ball much harder than you did before.

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Timing at the Plate & How-To Make the Transition into College Baseball


How-To Cut OFF the Parachute Dragging Down Your Bat Speed

Tuesday, Sep. 11th 2012

This article gives us a great way to eliminate bat drag.  After reading this article you will be able to understand why you have the problem with dragging your bat through the hitting zone and it will give you detailed instructions on how to correct the problem. It also gives you a video of Josh Hamilton hitting.

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How-To Cut OFF the Parachute Dragging Down Your Bat Speed


Coaching Tee Ball – Info From Meet The Parents to Practice to Game Day

Tuesday, Sep. 11th 2012

This article is a very in depth guide on how to coach tee ball level baseball. It is geared more towards first time coaches than experienced coaches. Includes tips on how to become a coach, the first steps to take once you become a coach as well as tips on how to better coach your new team.

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Coaching Tee Ball – Info From Meet The Parents to Practice to Game Day


What type and size of bat should I use?

Tuesday, Sep. 11th 2012

The article goes over the various types of baseball bats one can choose to play with. The interviewee provides a wealth of information about why he chooses the bat that he uses. He goes over proper technique in order to consistently hit the ball and what brands make great bats. It is an informative piece about proper bat selection.

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What type and size of bat should I use?