Coaches & Managers


General

Bob Morgan Baseball Manual Bob Morgan was a Division I College Baseball Coach in the U.S.A., and has amassed an encyclopedia's worth of knowledge about the game of Baseball. He has gone to the trouble of documenting his knowledge for the benefit of other coaches at the beginning of their careers. Click on the link...

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Batting

One doesn't coach or play baseball or softball for long before they realise that batting is the most fun part of the game. Ever had the experience at training when the words "Grab your bats and your helmets - we are going to do some batting" sparked unanimous hoorays all around? Without exception, every young...

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Catching

We all know the importance of having a well organised, athletic Catcher on the team, yet as Coaches, we tend to spend less time with our Catchers than any other position. On a recent scour of the internet, I came across this useful progression of drills for teaching Catchers, from Coach Xan Barksdale of the...

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Pitching

Six Tips For Pitch Control The following article from WebBall.com may be of some interest to coaches looking to improve their knowledge of pitching... Spot Every Warm-Up Throw Always, always throw to spots during warmups. This practice concentration before the game will make it easier to locate your strikes when you need them. [See a detailed article...

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Throwing

Getting It Right At An Early Age One of the most important things a coach of young players can do is to teach proper arm action. Poor arm action will result in a kid leaving the game prematurely. You can't play if you can't throw. It is true that certain position players, catcher and middle...

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