Tag Archives: pitching plan

The Difference Between Pitching Knowledge, Pitching Skills and Pitching Talent?

Do You Know The Difference Between Pitching Knowledge, Pitching Skills and Pitching Talent? I believe they’re all different, but many Coaches and Scouts disagree. So let’s take a deeper look at all three. Pitching Knowledge – Information and understanding about pitching. Some claim the internet has ruined pitching. There is so much information available through the […]

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How to be a Better High School Pitcher Today

3 Quick tips to being a better High School pitcher today. Warm Up!  I still can’t believe how many High School games I go to and the starting pitcher don’t throw even 1 pitch before the game.  Those who do have some sort of bullpen warm up seem to have no focus and is really an exercise […]

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Pitching Through Adversity… Can you do it?

How do you react when the opposing team scores 3 runs in the 1st inning off you? Can you pitch when you don’t have your best stuff? How do you react when a teammate makes an error? Be honest.  It’s tough pitching through some adversity. It’s frustrating when you are struggling to throw strikes and […]

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Big Game Pitcher… Are You Ready?

Do you have what it takes to be a big game pitcher? Everyday you will make a conscious decision to be great.  Weak minded pitchers quit before they ever have a chance to succeed. Big Game Pitchers are made when no one is watching. Big Game Pitchers spend time scouting opponents and creating pitching plans. […]

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Cookie Cutter Pitching Coaches

Are you being shaped by a Cookie Cutter Pitching Coach? You know the coaches that have been there and done that. The coaches that can’t explain why it works, they just tell you that is just the way it is. Questions You need to ask before YOU pay any Pitching Coach. What is their pitching […]

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Work Ethic is not a Dirty Word

Do you want coaches to fall in love with you? Be the first one to practice. Be the last one to leave. Don’t make excuses. Expect to work hard. Don’t look for the easy way out. Win every sprint. Listen More, Talk Less. If a Pro Scout asked you about your work ethic what would […]

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