Pre-Game Warmup Plans: How to Get Your Hitters Ready in Any Scenario

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

Fouling Pitches Straight Back? You’re Probably Just Late.

By: Chas Pippitt Pop-ups…Everyone hates them. Coaches, Parents, Hitters…(pitchers don’t count).  So why do they happen? There are a few obvious reasons like swinging too low or [...]

Stop Getting Jammed & Start Hitting Barrels

By Garrett of Baseball Rebellion Stop Getting Jammed & Start Hitting Barrels The bat path of all great hitters gets in the zone and stays through the zone for a long time. The direction of [...]

Baseball IQ: The Pump Fake Throw

By Eric Tyler of Baseball Rebellion What is Baseball IQ? Knowledge is Power Scroll twitter for five minutes and you’ll find 10 different instructional drills/videos on how to become a better [...]

Creating the Engine in Your Swing- Javy Baez Swing Breakdown

By JK Whited of Baseball Rebellion Creating the Engine to Your Swing There are two key factors that determine the exit velocity of every ball that you hit. Bat Speed Square Contact Both of these [...]

DO NOT Take the Knob to the Ball

By Garrett of Baseball Rebellion DON’T Push the Knob to the Ball Taking the hands out of the swing is something that hitters have a hard time trusting.  Often leads to mis-hits and [...]

Angled Tee Drill

In this day and age, there is a huge argument about “Feel vs Real”. Understanding the difference is crucial for your development as a hitter. Doing drills that you feel and that will [...]

How Important is it to Break in Your Glove The RIGHT Way?

In a sport full of superstitions none are more prevalent than the sacred relationship between an infielder and his glove. They will go to extended measures to keep it intact including carrying it [...]

How Can Your Shoes Affect Your Swing?

By Eric Tyler of Baseball Rebellion Why is Balance so Important?  Stability and balance. Two major factors in swing quality. The hardest thing to do in sports is to be “on-time” with a [...]