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Swiping Bags with a Smile… & More with Dodgers’ Dee Gordon

Today, I’m excited to sit down with 5’11”, 160-pound Dodgers’ shortstop, Dee Gordon.  Dee burst onto the scene with the Dodgers in 2011 with hits in his first three at-bats. He’s known as a speedster who always seems to be … Continue reading

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6 Tips For Hitting Off A Tee Like A Big Leaguer

If you are a baseball position player, you’ve no doubt hit off of a tee before.  The question you should be asking after each “tee session” is… Did I get better hitting off the tee today? An honest player would … Continue reading

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“Do You Have a Balanced Swing?” with Twins’ Prospect Victor Arias (Quick Video)

What does it mean to have a balanced swing?  Different baseball people will probably give you different answers, but today we are talking specifically about being in a balanced position after a hitter strides. There are some coaches that are … Continue reading

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Reds’ Brandon Phillips Talks ‘Golden Soldiers’, Finding ‘The Crunk Zone’, Personal Baseball Goals and More…

Today we get to spend some time with one of the best second basemen in the game who happens to have one of the best personalities in all of sports.  Of course, we’re talking about the Reds’ Brandon Phillips.  Brandon … Continue reading

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Coaches’ Corner with Michigan State Head Coach Jake Boss (video)

This article is sponsored by College Baseball Recruiting Survival Guide … EVERYTHING high school ballplayers and parents need to know in order to get a college baseball scholarship without wasting time and money. This week in Coaches’ Corner, we sit down with … Continue reading

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What You Should Be Doing in the On-Deck Circle Before EVERY At-Bat

Every batter spends some time in the on-deck circle before his at-bat.  Well, maybe not directly inside the circle (weirdly enough, rarely do players actually stand on the circle), but somewhere in the vicinity. Too often ballplayers go through the … Continue reading

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