Category Archives: Baseball Hitting Drills

When running baseball hitting drills, encourage your players to be patient and selective, choose a bat they can handle, and step up to the plate with a plan in mind. Focus on making solid contact and trying to hit the ball up the middle during baseball hitting drills.

The Mental Game of Baseball Hitting

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The Mental Game of Baseball Hitting Yogi Berra once said “You can’t hit and think at the same time.”  Trust and confidence in the swing is gained through dedicated practice and game experience, swing repetition and recall. An inexperienced hitter relies on his day to day practice improvements to gain confidence in his swing.  An…

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The Bunting Power Pack! 8 Awesome Baseball Bunting Drills

8 baseball bunting drills

Whether you hit for power, hit for average, or even if you have trouble hitting, you can always help your team in critical situations by laying down a successful bunt. Bunts can help win ball games, so everyone who swings a bat should know how to properly execute a successful bunt. Bunting occurs when a…

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Isometric Hitting Drills for Hitting Power!

isometric hitting drills for hitting power

Isometric drills are done without movement. The purpose is to isolate specific muscles in the body and strengthening them to receive a quicker bat. Today, I am sharing 3 Isometric Hitting Drills that you can do anytime. You just need a pole and a bat. They are good strength gainers because you are doing the…

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The “BOX”

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Drill Type: Team Conditioning Drill Purpose: The purposes of this team conditioning drill is: 1) Hitters learn to hit the ball from gap to gap hard on the ground or on a line 2) Infielders get ground ball work live off the ball 3) Outfielders get fly ball work and learn to communicate. Execution: Take…

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“Half Rubber” Curve Ball Hitting Drill

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Purpose: This hitting drill teaches batters to hang in and go with the pitch, as well as how to hit a Curve Ball. (Young players are not as intimidated with a rubber ball.) Photo credit: halfrubber.com Set Up: The ball is half of a rubber ball, and your bat is the size of a broom…

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