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How many times have you heard that hitting a baseball is one of the hardest things to do in sports? Quite a lot I would think. Well, that’s because it is. As a hitter, you don’t have a lot of time to determine whether or not to swing. The ball is coming towards...read more
Every baseball player would love to hit for more power. That goes without saying. But not all of us have that natural power. So for players who want to improve the power in their swings, there are many things that they can do. There are a lot of things that go into...read more
Although it’s an important part of the game and something that all baserunners need to be able to do, sliding technique may be the least practiced skill in baseball. One of the reasons for this may be the threat of injury. But players should be aware of not only how...read more
As a player or a coach, you should always be looking for ways to improve either yours or your team’s ability to hit a baseball. It is important to learn the fundamentals as a starting point. These are things such as the stance, hand placement, arm position and...read more
In a lot of places, winter means indoor baseball practices and you need good indoor baseball drills to give the players a good workout. There are great speed drills for baseball players, strength drills and individual skill work that can be done indoors. Baseball is...read more
Download our free Drills and Fundamentals eBook! In this eBook we cover: Basic Hitting Fundamentals Hitting Drills Fielding Fundamentals Throwing Fundamentals Planning a Team Practice And Much More! Fill out your name and email below and you will get the download...read more
Having a baseball player in the family can be an exciting time. For parents, it can also be a little confusing when it comes to buying equipment. The biggest question that needs answering is “What equipment is really important to have?” Let’s try to answer that question by taking a look at some Baseball Parenting Tips for Essential vs Non Essential Equipment for Your Baseball Player.read more
As with any position on the baseball field, there are certain things a player needs to do to put themselves in the best position to succeed. Catching a fly ball might seem like a fairly simple thing to do, but there is a lot that goes into putting your body in the...read more
Sometimes the smarter player ends up being the starter because the coach trusts that player more than other players. Here are some baseball quizzes that will keep you sharp and ready for action in the field! Position Quizzes First Baseman Quiz Click here for the First...read more
1. Won’t Try to Make Your Player Fit Into a System Be wary of any instructor who feels all hitters fit into the same old. It is extremely difficult to change a swing and choosing an instructor who wants to spend your valuable time and money on adapting a new...read more
Baseball Coaching Tips for Developing a Catcher Catching is the physically most demanding position on a baseball team. At the younger levels, a coach may get a little more than half the team to at least want to try it. I think kids like to try playing in the gear....read more
When a child comes home with a baseball flyer it can be an exciting time for the parents. It can also being confusing and a source of anxiety for parents who have never signed up their child for an organized sport before. They may have a lot of questions and concerns. Let’s take a look at some Baseball Parenting Tips for Being Supportive that will answer a lot of the basics of becoming a brand new baseball parent!read more
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Mike MacFarlane Catcher – Former Kansas City Royals Player & Owner of Mac-N-Seitz Baseball Academy