Advanced Pitching Clinics

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I will be conducting two pitching clinics in Wilton, CT on Saturday, August 3rd. These advanced clinics will be geared towards pitchers 12 and up, and will be broken into 2 sessions:

An Introduction to the key components of a powerful pitching delivery, along with effective drills and exercises.
(based on the same information included in the Ballistic Pitching Blueprint)

Presenting a full understanding of what makes these pitches effective, along with a step by step ...

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Should Pitchers Distance Run? Yes and No…

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When I was coming up as a young pitcher, it was pretty well accepted that pitchers should run long distance. So in college and in the minors we ran poles, poles and more poles… For those unfamiliar with this, running poles usually consists of slow or moderate running out on the warning track, foul pole to foul pole (pretty tedious stuff).

And on one hand, it seemed to make sense. As a pitcher, you want to be strong for ...

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Pitching Science: Why Apes Make Bad Pitchers

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Have you ever heard it said that throwing a baseball isn’t a natural motion?

I had one coach who used to say, “If it was natural, we’d all go around walking like this,” waving his arms around high over head. Well I came across a NY Times article the other day that suggests maybe it’s not so unnatural after all.

Scientists Unlock Mystery in Evolution of Pitchers

The article centers around a ...

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