Matt Nokes and Lee Rubin talk about hitting and in depth concepts of success at the plate.
I had a conversation the other day with a AAA/AA minor league player that I coach and consult with, and we were talking about the idea of peaking too soon. He asked the question…what I thought it meant to peak too soon? How he could avoid peaking too soon because it’s January and he said […]
This young hitter has a solid approach…he stays sideways to the ball with his back foot sideways to control his posture and hip position during the timing phase…all around my hopes are with him to become the winner he was meant to be as he develops.
Robinson Cano The Robinson Cano trade puts the Seattle Mariners in contention in the AL West. I can see both sides of the issue. The New York Yankees are an organization that no matter how good you are, everyone falls in line as a soldier. There’s no […]
John Cresto is working on his Kinesthetic (learning by doing) feel for contact through a rehearsal that’s formulating a distance from release to contact as well as giving him the feeling for how he wants to hit the ball. I may be there teaching him, but he’s really learning by doing to find a feel […]
One of the best young shortstops to come out of college baseball and he’s prepared to play pro ball. He was drafted out of high school but opted to go to UCR where he excelled at SS and 2B. Eddie will find a way to become an impact player in pro baseball.