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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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A Professional Hitter’s Batting Tee Routine You Should Steal (With Matt Murton)

If you are a hitter who wants to make it to the next level, you hopefully understand by now that it’s going to take hard work. With that being said, two other crucial factors of being a great hitter are … Continue reading

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What It Takes To Make It To The Big Leagues (Video w/ KC Royals Director of Pro Scouting)

Chances are, if you’re a Next Level Ballplayer subscriber, you’ve dreamt of one day playing in the Big Leagues. Shoot, I STILL have dreams about it, and that ship has definitely sailed. While that dream might seem far away if … Continue reading

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One Simple Hitting Adjustment That Will Give You A Chance At Connecting with an Aroldis Chapman Fastball

At just about every level of baseball, you’ll face pitchers that throw gas. Probably not Aroldis Chapman gas, but compared to the other pitchers you see on a regular basis, certain guys throw harder. The question becomes, what adjustment do … Continue reading

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The Smarter Ballplayer (1st Edition): When to Work a Count, Mound Presence, Dating Advice

  An underrated way to become a better ballplayer is to WATCH MORE BASEBALL!! I am deeply saddened by how many aspiring baseball players just don’t watch baseball on a regular basis. There is soooo much that can be learned … Continue reading

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A “Normal” Day for a D1 Baseball Player

So you want to play college baseball. Awesome. Those were four of the best years of my life, and I encourage all serious ballplayers who love the game to pursue college baseball. I’ve said this before, but a lot of … Continue reading

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