The obvious answer is to get better. But the real question is, to get better at what? When I ask players “what do you want to improve upon?” Most of them give a generic answer like velocity, or command, or my mechanics. Then I probe a little further and realize that what they all really want is to move better. They want...
Brennan Mickelson, Mariners, explains how the pitch clock affects pitcher development and performance.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…2 weeks ago
Teams are holding tryouts. Sports psychologist, Jim Taylor, Ph. D. offers suggestions to make them less stressful.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…2 weeks ago
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