Monthly Archives: January 2011


A young batter may learn a particular style of swing that is appropriate for his age, his coordination, his strength and speed, and his caliber of competition. He may swing a certain way which is successful in tee ball, for … Continue reading

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The Importance of Power

Even the most devout baseball fan is hard-pressed to recall the exploits of more than a few old-time Hall of Famers. Some players, no matter how renowned and accomplished and admired in their era, are often forgotten with the passage … Continue reading

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What is Best?

“More is not better, only better is better,” said bench press maestro J.M. Blakley. The same reasoning applies to hitting. 100 practice swings, half of which are technically inefficient and sloppy and unfocused, is less beneficial than 60 swings each … Continue reading

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