What is the number one cause of command issues for early age pitchers?
According to former Chicago White Sox pitcher Stew Brase, it’s all about direction.
In this video post he also covers the six things that makes a “complete” pitcher. All of these together are vital for success on the mound according to Stew.
Stew likes to take a holistic approach to pitching. This means focusing on everything from strength training to explosive work.
This well-rounded program makes his pitchers more affective off the mound and out of the training room. Stew knows the time commitment this approach may take, but after pitching professionally he knows the hard work pays off.