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Practice Baseball to Win-Digital Baseball Coaches Guide

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Practice Baseball to Win , is a digital eBook for coaching baseball. There are practice plans and videos outlining individual, group, and team fundamental drills to facilitate a progression from day one to game time. This is one example, of many, that can be shown at practice on an iPad. For more about the eBook,  […]

Practice Baseball to Win, a handy guide to winning practice

The eBook, Practice Baseball to Win, contains over 90 videos outlining checkpoints for teaching basic fundamentals.  The drills include lead-up sequences for all of the 5 tools needed to become an accomplished player. The  WARM-UP section has a series of drills that can be rotated to provide variety as they promote strength and technique for […]

“Practice Baseball to Win” a Winning Combo Coaches guide

Practice Baseball To Win, is an ebook available in the Apple Book Store. It is designed to help busy youth baseball coaches organize quick moving productive practices. It includes video examples, that can be shown at practice, of college players performing fundamental drills for all phases of the game.  Along with other tips and suggestions […]

” Practice Baseball to Win” for fast paced winning practices

Practice Baseball to Win, is an eBook for baseball coaches that has practice plans, and videos of skilled players demonstrating drills that can be shown at practice. The practice plans will help organize fast moving, productive, and fun baseball practices. Videos include demonstrations of fundamentals for warming up, running, throwing, catching, and hitting. Also included […]

Coaching Baseball Hitting- Grip, Stance, a Winning Combo

As the grip of the baseball is important to make a good throw, so is the grip and stance when swinging the bat.  Especially with younger players, it is important to check often. This video from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, covers the checkpoints. For more about the eBook,  go to

Win more games with a fast paced-inclusive practice

At baseball practice, nothing is more boring as standing in line.  So, when coaching baseball, keep it to a minimum. This group work drill from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, is an example that can help by combining drills to save time, keep interest high, and get more done. For more about the eBook,  go […]

Coaching Baseball-Scrimmages=Winning Experience

When coaching baseball, a scrimmage creates live repetitions, a review of situations, gets everyone involved, is competitive, and fun.  A bunt scrimmage, as described in the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, is no exception.  Put a runner on base, if the batter gets the runner over, let him come back and drive him in.  It’s fun and players become […]

Coaching Baseball Infielders-Slow & easy for best results

When coaching Baseball, especially with younger players, it is essential that the fundamentals of fielding ground balls be established before they are exposed to even medium speed fungos.  Time spent to let them gain confidence by using a comfortable pace will be rewarded.  Failure and fear can destroy a young player, so please keep the pace well within […]

Coaching Baseball-Optimize Batting Tee results

Coaching baseball, batting tee’s are useful not only for teaching mechanics, but also for the player to learn where the ball has to be for him to hit it hard.  So, as described in the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, make the tee more useful, by moving the ball around in the strike zone, and even a bit […]

Coaching Baseball-Improve Ball Exchange to Win Games

When coaching baseball, ball exchange, especially with younger players, sounds simple but is a difficult combination of moves to coordinate.  You can save a lot of time by getting the feel of the hands and feet working together by starting without the ball.  This, “Clap Drill,” from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, is a good start. […]