Category Archives: Interview

UCLA’s Coach Savage Shares His Top Baseball Recruiting Tip

  Today I go 1-on-1 with UCLA’s head baseball coach John Savage (College World Series 2013 National Champions). Special thanks to Coach Savage for taking the time to hangout and dig into… What he looks for when recruiting HS hitters … Continue reading

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Louisville Coach McDonnell Shares Recruiting Tip

I think we all know that college coaches want to recruit high school players that play hard… What does it really mean to “play hard”? Today we’re joined by one of the top college coaches in the country to answer … Continue reading

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D1 Baseball Coach Shares The Intangibles He Looks For When Recruiting

  Wow, it’s been a crazy month in the baseball world. A few congratulations are in order before we get to today’s article. 1. Congrats to Vanderbilt for winning the 2014 CWS. Coach Corbin is a great coach who has … Continue reading

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Want a Deeper Focus In the Batters Box? Make This Simple Adjustment In Practice

Many players and coaches assume that when a hitter is struggling the plate the culprit is a mechanical or mental problem. Very seldom is the question, “is the hitter seeing the ball effectively” asked. “Sure they’re seeing the ball…their looking … Continue reading

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Most Effective Way Catchers Can Improve Pop Time (Answer Might Surprise You)

“Pop Time” is a very sexy term in the world of catching. Every catcher with aspirations of playing at the next level probably knows their pop time and has goals in place to help improve that time. Most people immediately … Continue reading

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How a Gold Glove 3rd Basemen Cut Out 5-10 Errors Per Season

Throwing the baseball across the diamond is something a lot of infielders take for granted. It can be done without much thought, but if you are passionate about making it to the next level, you know by now that attention … Continue reading

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