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The Keys To Being a More Consistent Hitter, Being a Good Teammate, Overcoming Bad Calls, and More with The Mets’ Justin Turner
Today, I’m excited to sit down with Mets’ infielder Justin Turner. Justin has played in the big leagues in each of the last four years, including over 200 games played with the Mets over the last two seasons. He’s known … Continue reading
Importance of Using the Whole Field, One Handed Hitting Drills, and an Entertaining Conversation with Former MVP George Foster
Boy, do we have a treat for you today. Not only are we joined by a former MVP, but that former MVP happens to be fairly entertaining in his own way. At different parts of the interview I thought he … Continue reading
Recently I had the opportunity to hang out and talk baseball with former Big Leaguer Pablo Ozuna. Pablo played most of his career with the White Sox and retired with a .282 batting average. Anyways, as you guys already know, … Continue reading
Padres’ Yonder Alonso Reveals His Best Hitting Advice, Challenges of Adjusting to the Next Level and More (video)
Next Level Ballplayer is pumped to share this week’s exclusive interview with San Diego Padres’ first basemen Yonder Alonso. Yonder has established himself as one of the top young players in the game today and continues to prove that he’s … Continue reading
“The best hitters keep their bat in the hitting zone longer than everyone else.” If you’ve been around the game long enough, you’ve heard this or something along the same lines before. In a related note, one of the hitting … Continue reading
This week we are joined by the Pirates’ Josh Harrison. Recently I had the pleasure of listening to Josh speak to a small group at the Green Diamond Gallery in Montgomery, OH (words can’t describe how cool that place is) … Continue reading