Monthly Archives: May 2010

Master Change

Pitchers need to command their fastball obviously, that pitch is thrown 65% of the time or more. The next pitch to master is something soft. This pitch could be any variation of a change-up or a splitter. Mastering the change-up … Continue reading

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Do Your Mechanics Change with Different Pitches?

Have you ever wondered why your off-speed pitches aren’t fooling anyone? Take a look at this NPA 3-D motion analysis of a pitcher. http://bit.ly/caGp4p As you can see the pitchers mechanics are very similar with both pitches. Continue reading

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Moyer like cheese…better with age.

Moyer doesn’t throw cheese but has certainly gotten better with age like cheese. He recently became the oldest pitcher to record a shutout in Major League History. Congrats to Moyer, who’s a great example of changing speeds, hitting spots and … Continue reading

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Pitchers Pitching for Multiple Teams

We all want a healthy and positive experience for our players. We also like to watch our kids compete and be successful, but to what expense if they are a pitcher. All the research out right now is showing that … Continue reading

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