1-2-3 Double Play, drill designed to improve the synergy and quick-response skills of pitchers, catchers, and first basemen in baseball.
"Grounder to First, Pitcher Covers" a fundamental exercise designed to enhance infield coordination in baseball.
Pitchers and catchers synergize in a controlled, phased setup, enhancing response to ground balls, steal attempts, and bunt scenarios.
Extension quantifies how much closer a pitcher's release point is to home plate. Pitchers work on extension, right to left action and getting a good release point in this pitching drill.
Pitchers practice keeping eyes level and on the target when throwing in this fundamental pitching drill.
Pitchers work on improving their balance on their front leg. The weight shifts at the beginning of this drill are important because they teach the pitcher to load up and then take the weight forward.
This is a drill can be run anywhere on the field! The ball is not thrown in this drill. This drill is focused on footwork and the player developing the proper muscle memory for both the transfer and pivot steps.
Have your pitchers pair up and practice hitting a target in this partnered pitching drill.
Pitchers work on opening their front foot properly on their stride step in this pitching drill.
This drill helps pitchers work on taking a proper stride step. The goal is for the pitcher to be able to hang in the follow-through position for three seconds.
Pitchers work on balancing on their push off foot in this fundamental pitching drill.
This drill helps pitchers develop a good bend in the front knee, which is essential in this drill.
In this drill, pitchers work on developing a proper follow-through. with the focus on throwing straight through the ball instead of around it, which can cause arm injuries in young players.
Lower back fatigue is common among pitchers. This drill improves lower back conditioning!
Pitcher works on covering first base when ball is hit to right of first baseman in this pitcher fielding drill.
This pitching drill focuses on rolling the back foot over, so that the knee is released and energy is transferred throughout the body.