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How to watch pitchers warm up [ARTICLE]

by Baseball by the Yard on

When I first would tell a player to watch him warmup I would often ask the player what he saw after about 10-20 pitches. Usually the answers were like "he’s right handed and throws ok." After teaching my players what to look for, the answers were...... Continue

A Pitcher's Guide to Preventing Stolen Bases [ARTICLE]

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If you are a pitcher, it's time to learn how to stop aggressive base runners in their tracks. Let's take a look at three key variables you need to master to prevent stolen bases.... Continue

How to know if a pitcher is hurting [ARTICLE]

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A coach walks to the mound and asks "How do you feel?" The pitcher says "Fine coach." Sound familiar? It should because in high school and above, that's pretty much all you are going to get from any pitcher. ... Continue

How to prevent your signs from being stolen [ARTICLE]

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When you find out that somehow a team is getting your pitch signs, there are a number of things that can be done. Which solution chosen depends on how they are getting the signs, who is giving them to the batter, and/or what level of baseball this...... Continue

Right-Handed Pitcher's Pickoff to First Base [ARTICLE]

by Human Kinetics on

Why do most right-handed pitchers have a difficult time holding runners at first base? The problem is twofold. First, they don't work on their deliveries to the plate with runners on first base, and second, they don't work properly on setting up ...... Continue

Three Pitching Stats You Need to be Keeping [ARTICLE]

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Traditional pitching statistics (hits, runs, earned runs, strikeouts, etc.) can be very misleading and often do not get to the bottom of why a pitcher succeeds or struggles during an outing. ... Continue

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