[h5]What can a hitter teach you about pitching?[/h5]  
Well, a LOT actually…

See, as pitchers, it’s easy to get wrapped up in that mindset, and you wind up looking at everything from a pitcher’s perspective. We tend to talk to other pitchers and pitching coaches, and look at everything through that lens.

But one of the best things you can do as a pitcher is talk to the hitters on your team. You’d be surprised what they might see in your delivery. And you might even learn a thing or two about what hitters are looking for at the plate that can really help you in your approach on the mound.

I recently caught up with Art of Baseball Founder, Mark Brooks.

Mark’s got a great website on hitting, and he’s a great resource for young ballplayers when it comes to developing strong character and a positive mental approach.

[h5]In this interview, you’ll hear Mark talk about things like:[/h5] [circle_list] [list_item]Persevering and creating your own opportunities:
How he went from riding the bench in Junior College to starting for a Division 1 program.[/list_item] [list_item]What it was like facing Stephen Strasburg[/list_item] [list_item]Who he’d rather hit against, Nolan Ryan or Greg Maddux[/list_item] [list_item]What makes a pitcher tough to steal on (not just a good pickoff move)[/list_item] [list_item]How hitting mechanics and pitching mechanics aren’t all that different[/list_item] [list_item]Developing good habits and focusing on the process over the outcome[/list_item] [/circle_list]
[hr] [h5]Mark Brooks[/h5] Founder, Art of Baseball
Hitting Machine Academy

[h5]Navigating the Recruiting Landscape with Andrew Beinbrink[/h5]  
Things have changed a lot in recent years in the world of college recruiting. With the rise of the internet, college showcases and elite travel ball, the whole landscape has gotten a lot more complicated since I went through it (which I guess was a long time ago now, even if it doesn’t feel that way)…

For today’s parents and players, navigating the complexities can be challenging, confusing, and downright overwhelming. And I hear the concerns of parents out there who want to make sure they’re doing all they can to help their kids get the right exposure and realize their goal of playing at the next level.

As I mentioned, things have changed so much since I went through it… so when parents and players come to me with questions, I try to rely on guys who are more plugged in can really help you navigate the today’s challenging recruiting landscape.

I recently caught up with SportsForce Recruiting Co-Founder, Andrew Beinbrink. Andrew is a former pro ball player and Arizona State standout. With SportsForce Recruiting, a leading college recruiting service, he has really great insights into the entire recruiting process, what works and what doesn’t.

[h5]Check out the interview to hear Andrew’s take on things like:[/h5] [circle_list] [list_item]Are online recruiting services worth it, and how to tell the good ones from the bad.[/list_item] [list_item]How important is attending college showcases.[/list_item] [list_item]How you can maximize exposure on a tight budget.[/list_item] [list_item]The importance of creating the right college target list.[/list_item] [/circle_list] Thanks Andrew, appreciate you dropping by and sharing your knowledge!

[h5]Andrew Beinbrink[/h5] Co-Founder, SportsForce Recruiting
SportsForce Recruiting
[hr] [h5]Have college recruiting questions or experiences to share?[/h5] [h5]Leave your comments in the box below![/h5]
[h5]Lessons for Pitchers and Parents from a Former Pro Sidearm Pitcher[/h5]

I think every pitcher, at one time or another, toys around with throwing sidearm. I know I used to mess around with it when I was a kid playing in the backyard with my friends. In today’s interview, I sit down with Ted Sullivan, former minor league sidearm pitcher turned successful Tech Entrepreneur.

If you’re involved in baseball at the youth, high school, or college level, there’s a good chance you know his company. Ted is the Co-Founder and CEO of GameChanger, the leading scorekeeping app on the market.

[h5]Why I think you’ll love this interview:[/h5]  
First of all, Ted’s got a really great baseball story. Ted and I were teammates in the minors, and when I first met him, he was already an established sidearm pitcher with pretty filthy stuff. What I didn’t realize until last night was that Ted didn’t really make the switch to pitching sidearm until midway through his junior year of college!

In the interview you’ll learn how he went from accepting a job as an investment banker to getting picked by the Indians and making a call he’ll never forget… telling the big investment firm, “Thanks, but no thanks.”

You’ll also hear about how Ted took his passion for baseball and combined it with his business expertise to form GameChanger. Today the app has been used to score over 2,000,0000games, and is used by over 90,000 coaches.

Ted really delivered some great tips for pitchers and parents in this discussion. So if you’re a pitcher thinking about playing at the next level, or you’re a parent of an aspiring pitcher, you have to check out this interview.

[h5]Watch the video and hear Ted share some powerful lessons on:[/h5]

[circle_list] [list_item]What it takes to become a successful sidearmer[/list_item] [list_item]The college transition and getting the most out of your college experience[/list_item] [list_item]How confidence and attacking the strike zone can turn your career around[/list_item] [list_item]Life after baseball and following your passion[/list_item] [list_item]Being a good baseball parent and helping your kids reach their baseball dreams[/list_item] [/circle_list]

[hr] [h5]Ted Sullivan[/h5] GameChanger, Co-Founder & CEO

Over 2,000,000 games scored since inception
Used by over 60,000 teams and 90,000 coaches

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