Batting Practice - 2 Strike Hitting drill, designed to enhance hitters' adaptability and decision-making in high-pressure counts
An all-encompassing baseball drill designed to enhance hitters' ability to distinguish between fastballs and changeups.
Sharpen your team's offensive execution with our drill that focuses on hitters scoring from third and infielders perfecting their "Back" depth play, all within a dynamic batting practice setup.
Discover the “In” Round, a dynamic baseball drill designed to sharpen your team’s offensive and defensive skills simultaneously.
The bunt & run drill will have players bunting the ball with the fielders making the plays on the field in a real game-like situation!
Using a batting tee allows you to isolate the aspect of your swing that you want to work on. In this drill, batters have an opportunity to practice hitting the ball out in front of the body.
When holding a baseball bat, your dominant hand should go on top. This drill helps batter feel his top hand when he swings.
This is a fantastic running drill that helps players learn to get out of the box quickly, emphasizing the acceleration phase of the sprint to first.
Using a batting tee allows you to isolate the aspect of your swing that you want to work on. This drill allows the batter to work on keeping his head still.
In this scrimmage variation, using the tee speeds up the pace of the game and gives your team more repetitions in a shorter time. Hitters can work on their swing mechanics, while fielders can practice fielding ground balls and throwing out runners.
The object of bunting is to deaden the ball as it hits your bat, causing the ball to roll away from the catcher and toward either the first or third baseman. But you don't want the ball to roll too quickly! This hitting drill helps players develop proper bunting technique and timing.
This drill is great for batters who over-stride or step out on their swing. The string forces them to get used to taking a good, short stride.
Looking for at-home baseball drills? Here are our top 5. Each one can be done in your back yard or even indoors, solo or with a partner.