Increase Bat Speed with Double Snap Towel Drive

Increase Bat Speed with a PVC Pipe By Tyler Zupcic If you are looking to increase your bat speed, pick up a PVC. There are many types of PVC progressions that promise to increase bat speed out [...]

Remembering President George W. Bush’s First Pitch

“America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. It’s been erased like a blackboard, rebuilt and erased again. But baseball has marked the time. This field, this game, it’s a part of our [...]

Taking Ownership of Your Commitments

A Player, Parent, and Coach Perspective By Garrett Gordon What Motivates You? As a player, ask yourself “why do I play baseball?”.  As a parent ask yourself “Why does my son play baseball?”. Do [...]

Four Good “Mishits” Coaches Shouldn’t Worry About

A player and coaches ability to read mishits (a hit or swing that produced a result that wasn’t the intended purpose of the hitter) has to be one of the most important skills to acquire. [...]

The 6 Ways YOU Can Help Your Kid Get More Playing Time

By Garrett Gordon Youth Parents, This Article is for YOU In my years as a private instructor, travel ball coach and even as a player, “politics” in sports is something that is unavoidable. [...]

Feel vs. Real? What makes Mike Trout great?

By Tyler Zupcic How Mike Trout Prepares for Games What do the best hitters practice? What if I told you that most of them have no idea why they are practicing something. Most of them will just do [...]

Who’s the new kid: How to handle yourself on a new team

Baseball Rebellion was at the Baseball Youth All-American Games in Myrtle Beach, SC this past weekend. It was an awesome event and all the kids and parents we interacted with were great. Because [...]

Pre-Game Warm Up

By Eric Tyler You’re team is an hour early for their first game for a summer-ball tournament. You’ve never been to this field complex before. You’re looking around to see what’s available for [...]

Weekend Tournament Nutrition Plan

By Kyle Harris How to Make Sure Your Player Receives Proper Nutrition During Those Long Weekend Tournaments One of the best things you can do for your son or daughter during their weekend-long [...]

Footwork for First Basemen

By: Eric Tyler Who’s On First? When I say ‘First Basemen’, the first thing that comes to mind is a big power hitter who just has to catch the ball thrown to them. However, when taking a deeper [...]

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