Category Archives: Pitching

Pitching drills and mechanical advice.

Illinois Pitching Coach on Being a Better Pitcher

Today Next Level Ballplayer got together with Drew Dickinson, the pitching coach at Illinois. In this short interview, we cover what advice Drew gives for ball players who want to take their game to the next level. He shares some … Continue reading

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R.A Dickey on his #1 Pitching Tip & Favorite Star Wars Character

Today Next Level Ballplayer got together with R.A Dickey, one of the best knuckleball throwers in the MLB. He was kind enough to take some time to share his wisdom. In this interview, you will learn R.A’s top piece of … Continue reading

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How R.A Dickey Stays Focused On The Mound

Today Next Level Ballplayer got together with R.A Dickey, one of the best knuckleball throwers in the MLB. He was kind enough to take some time to share his wisdom. In this interview, you’ll hear all about how R.A is … Continue reading

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How to teach catchers how to catch a knuckleball pitcher.

Today Next Level Ballplayer got together with R.A Dickey, one of the best knuckle ball throwers in the MLB. He was kind enough to take some time to share his wisdom. In this interview you’ll hear all about how R.A … Continue reading

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Thomas Edison’s Pitching Advice That Helped Trevor Bauer Make It To The Big Leagues

The Indians’ Trevor Bauer has been one of the top prospects in baseball leading up to spending the majority of the 2014 MLB season in the big leagues. When I asked him about the biggest pitching lesson he learned that … Continue reading

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Crusty Reflections About the Greatest Game on Earth (By Tim Dillard)

Hi guys, we have quite the treat today! One of my favorite ballplayers in the world has written a guest post for Next Level Ballplayer and I hope everyone gets a chance to read it. Tim Dillard is in his … Continue reading

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