Associate Baseball Coach Vanderbilt University
Insure your baseball pitcher has the little things taken care of so he can concentrate on the big stuff. From the pre-practice stretch to the focusing eyeballs, here's some things you and your pitcher can work on.
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Sweating the details has multiple purposes and having the details in place is the beginning of mental preparation. To get to the meat of this video scrub to the 3:00 in the time window.
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