Category Archives: Mental Baseball

mental baseball tips and advice for baseball players ready to play at the next level.

How Pitching In The Moment Took Jake Johansen From a 45th Rounder to a 2nd Round MLB Draft Pick

Today we dive into the importance of pitchers being able to stay in the moment while on the mound. Our minds seem to always be tempted to dwell on the past or the future. The best ballplayers learn to train … Continue reading

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The Secret To Standing Out On The Ball-field w/ Sal Fasano

Every player wants to stand out on the field but so few really know what it takes to not just stand out, but be great. It’s an art that very few high-school and college players have mastered. Lucky for you … Continue reading

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Inside the Mind of Brandon Phillips in the Batter’s Box

Today we’re going back to a previous interview we did with the Reds’ Brandon Phillips to get inside his mind while in the batter’s box. While it seems that Brandon can come off as crazy (and hilarious), there is a … Continue reading

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Big League Pitching Advice w Giants’ Santiago Casilla (Refocusing After Giving Up a Big Hit, and More)

I had the privilege to hang out with Santiago Casilla in Hato Mayor, Dominican Republic a few weeks ago. We were speaking at the same baseball conference put on for about 150 Dominican baseball coaches. Santiago has an amazing story … Continue reading

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What Barry Bonds Was Like As a Hitter in High School

I often wonder what MLB All-Stars were like when they played HS baseball. Did they always have the “it” factor? Did they just dominate? Today we get to hear about the “it” factor of Barry Bonds when he was in … Continue reading

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The Power of Discipline With Brayan Pena

What do you do when you don’t feel like taking extra hacks in the cage or run those few extra sprints after a six hour practice? How are you able to dig deep to find that extra bit of fortitude … Continue reading

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