Baseball Hitting Aids

Pitch Recognition Tips

Release Point And Tracking Drill

Standing in on a pitcher, warming up in the bullpen improves, seeing and tracking the baseball/softball; for better game day hitting.



  • Get a look at different types of pitches and their movements – slider, sinker, curve, change, knuckle, split finger, 2 seam fastball and 4 seam fastball.
  • Learn how to focus on both left-handed and right-handed release points and ball movement.
  • Tracking – track the baseball out of the pitcher’s hand all the way into the catcher’s glove.
  • Teach timing and rhythm importance – load, stride and foot down all controlled on the subconscious level.
  • Improve plate discipline.
  • Learn how to aggressively take pitches – holding your swing at the last second.

Stand In Drill: Quick Tips

Super Focus

Lock in on the release point and track the ball.


Read the pitch type and location, deciding if it’s a ball or a strike.


Track the ball all the way into the glove.

  • During a hitting slump avoid the turmoil, using mindfulness techniques, coaching confidence, nurturing the team of positive players....

  • You don’t always have to hit to get better, tracking the ball unlocks the power of your subconscious mind, getting in the “hitting zone.”...

  • This post is covering one of the most important yet underrated elements for hitting a baseball, and that is being able to use your vision effectively to pick up the pitcher's release point whilst he is on the mound....

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