When it comes to baseball, I'm nobody.
Yet I've helped overhaul and transform the swings of a
number of major league
And helped reinvigorate the offense of
HSSU, an NAIA college baseball team.
Most recently, I helped Adam Wainwright get back on track, after
a rough start to the season, by helping him understand
When I started coaching and working with young hitters and
pitchers, I didn't know anything -- less than nothing, really --
so I did what my Big 5 consulting background taught me to do.
I started studying.
Looking for common success secrets.
That meant studying great hitters...
- Ted Williams
- Mickey Mantle
- Stan Musial
- Albert Pujols
...and great pitchers like...
- Nolan Ryan
- Tom Seaver
- Mariano Rivera
- Justin Verlander
...to see what they did.
Most recently, I was the Hitting Coordinator for
from February 2016 through the 2017 season. How'd HSSU do?
If you want to learn what I teach my clients, and why, I offer a series of baseball webBooks, eBooks, and streaming
I appreciate all u do.
I have nothing but great respect for your passion and conviction.
Stay on plane, my friend.
Coastal Carolina Baseball
2016 NCAA D-1 National Champions
Student of the Game.
Swing coach for MLB
& college hitters.
College Hitting Coordinator. Ted Williams, Mickey Mantle, Albert Pujols,
Nolan Ryan, Mariano Rivera, and Justin Verlander obsessive.
Hitting and Pitching DVDs & eBooks. Lecturer on
innovation, entrepreneurship & elevator pitch.
DOMINANT & DURABLE
While I spend a
lot of time thinking about pitching injuries, I'm just
as interested in velocity as you are.
Harvey, Seaver, Fernandez, and Ryan
So, why are some pitchers both dominant and durable
while others can't stay healthy?
Is it due to more than just
What is the secret of pitchers like Justin Verlander who
throw hard but also stay relatively healthy?
focus of late has been on identifying the root causes of
Tommy John surgery and Thoracic Outlet Syndrome epidemic.
That starts with three common, but dangerous, movement patterns...
Tragically, they are being sold as
proper pitching mechanics but, in truth, they tend to create
a severe problem
...that I call...
...and are the root cause of the injury problems of
GREAT NEWS FOR ELBOWS!
Dr. Glenn Fleisig of ASMI
has come to agree with me that, at a minimum, there is no good reason to teach throwers and pitchers to
point the ball at second base, a movement that I
Tommy John Twist. As a result, he has
recommended that USA Baseball change how they teach throwing and
CONGRATS MARK TRUMBO!
client Mark Trumbo on winning the 2016 MLB home run title. My
Power Hitting Mechanics webbook and accompanying ebooks and
helped him improve his ability to hit for both power and
Mark Trumbo Hitting Diary explains how.
MAJOR LEAGUE CREDENTIALS
Major league hitters who I have helped get to the big leagues,
or improve their performance, include...
I also consulted on the swings of several Cardinals hitters
during August and September 2016...
- Matt Holliday
- Jhonny Peralta
- Stephen Piscotty
I continue to work with prospects. I only charge my clients
when they reach the major league level.
Contact me to
FREE 10-MINUTE CLINICS
instructors seem to believe more is more; that to stand out, you
have to overwhelm people with information and drills. The more I
work with both youth coaches and college players, the more I'm
finding less is more. That's the
logic behind my 10-minute...
It's also the logic behind all of my
hitting and pitching products.
JEFF PASSAN, THE ARM & TIMING
release of the hatchet job that is Jeff Passan's
The Arm, I have put together
my thoughts about the experience of being part of
The Arm. Contrary to what Passan would have you
believe, key to it is the
topic I've focused on
and that you should as well...
WORLD SERIES PROVEN RESULTS
addition to coaching hitting and pitching at the college level,
I have a number of clients in the major leagues.
was literally my first client and put up 6.5 fWAR in 2010. He is
shown hitting a home run during the
2010 World Series.
recently, I worked with Tommy Pham of the St. Louis
Cardinals, shown here hitting a home run to deep left
field during Game 1 of the 2015 NLDS.