Coach Scott Foxhall of Auburn University presents facts about strikeouts that may change how you look at your strikeout kings
Coach Jim Page of Millsaps College fields hitting questions from an audience of high school baseball coaches. This session covers drills and mechanics that you can use right now to improve your teams hitting performance.
Jerry Weinstein of the Colorado Rockies covers the fastball pitch and using the "fastball look" as the basis for every pitch your pitcher will throw.
The BBCOR bat has worked it's way down to the high school level and you may need to change the way you think about base running. This clinic covers how the BBCOR Bat has changed baseball and some things you can do to be more productive.
Trent Mongero, author of "Winning Baseball" demonstrates some practical fielding drills to develop great baseball infielders. From principals, to general baseball infield drills to specific position drills. To get a copy of Coach Mongero's book click here
You can't count on big innings to pull you ahead when you're using the BBCOR bat and in this video Coach Brian Shoop covers strategies to help you produce runs.
Coach Sprowl covers ideas to build your pitching staff, beginning with a throwing program that strengthens your pitchers arm, things you as a coach should just know about your pitcher to building a pitching staff with depth and training your 2-way players.
Proper conditioning can help reduce your pitchers arm injuries and it's important that you properly condition your pitchers deceleration muscles with drills and conditioning.
Outfielders often make the difference between a base hit and a home run. Coach Blevins covers his technique for making his outfielders more efficient helping them to know when to go for the out or the stop.
An organized practice takes using all your coaches and all of your field space and not wasting any time. Using preset fundamental drill series Coach Shoop works infielders, pitchers, outfielders and catchers at the same time.
The Baseball Playbook by Coach Ron Polk (with the bat at home plate) covers fundamental drill series in depth.
Baseball pitchers must have flexibility, mobility, strength and stability if they are going to be successful and a Medicine Ball program for your pitching staff will help your pitchers build those characteristics.
By addressing the mental side of pitching, your pitcher will learn how to pitch winning baseball games even when he brings his "B" or "C" game to the field.
A good plan, violently executed now, is better than a perfect plan next week.
George S. Patton, Jr.