Toss the ball in all locations, outside, inside, up, down. If you’re having problems with a location, continue to toss the ball their until you make the necessary swing adjustments. Toss the ball faster to improve reaction time hitting a fastball. Train off-speed by reducing the speed, arc, and angle...

Hitting stance drills, and tips for setting up in a compact batting stance, better for a dominant fastball, and setting up in a powerful extension batting stance, better for hitting pitches such as a “hanging slider.”...

Contact depth, time, and distance it takes to get to the action point, is the top-level category for hitting mechanics. It supersedes rotational and linear movements for the importance of the event....

Over-swinging is another catalyst for pulling off the ball, lunging and a casting swing. Try to remain calm; too much excitement triggers over-swinging. Don’t try to pull the ball for a home run! If you do, you've got no chance to hit late-breaking pitches on the outer edge of the...

Incorrect rotation triggers too much weight on your back leg/foot. Pressure on your back leg/foot triggers a tilt in the angle of your hips, dipping of the shoulders; triggers pulling off the ball, long and loopy swing as your bat head to drops....

Basic bat speed training tips and drills. Rotation takes the weight off your back foot, so you can spin on your back toe. Head down at contact and on your swing follow through. You can’t keep your head down on the follow through if you’re arming, and casting your swing....

To prevent pulling off, track the ball; making contact closer to your body, and develop your hitting approach. Relaxing helps you to stay back, and potentially decreasing the perception of the speed of a fastball by 5 miles per hour. ...

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