DeMotte Little League: Baseball Tips

September's Baseball Tip's









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Helping Baseball Players Succeed!

PROVIDED BY COACH JOHN PETER, BASEBALLTIPS.COM

I try my best to have a good conversation everyday with the dad of a ballplayer.
I do this for a few reasons.

First and foremost, I love talking and learning the game. Everyone has an opinion AND it’s the greatest game in the world to second-guess!
Secondly… I would never want Baseball Tips to be just about business!

You’ll never achieve the baseball success that you should if you don’t love the game.
That’s the Zen of baseball! It has a lot to do with the heart you hear referred to in some players (especially those physically smaller or less-gifted players that we love to see succeed). It’s what you must possess to become successful… as a coach, player, baseball dad or mom…and in our baseball business itself!

You Can’t Teach Height!
Too many scouts, amateur coaches and even knowledgeable Dads gravitate to the biggest kid, the biggest arm and the biggest bat. But the reality is that even on a Big League roster (and your roster too), there are very successful players who are just too slow or too small. There’s only so many superstars and you cannot win with them alone (ask A-Rod & Barry Bonds).

Oh No…That Sounds Like My Kid
My mentor was a 5’ 8” 150 lb. runt.
All he did was become a successful outfielder at Auburn, a two time state champion High School baseball coach and a 4-time finalist in only 11 seasons.
After that he became a successful 30-year scout, including 8 years as an MLB Scouting Director…with no MLB playing experience!
So don’t crucify your own boy or your players for what they aren’t…COACH ‘EM!

The 5 Tools
1.  Hit for Average
2.  Hit For Power
3.  Arm Strength
4.  Footspeed
5.  Fielding

There aren’t more than a handful of MLB players who are above average in all 5 areas so work on your weak points!
Bonds & Sheffield never could throw well (don’t let their assist totals fool you – everyone in the league knows you can challenge their arms, so of course they get assists). Manny Ramirez in an outfield embarrassment (but I’ll take him). My wife once stole 3rd off Mike Piazza with a leftie at the plate (ok I’m kidding…it was a rightie…lol).



OK…Is There A Point?
Most successful baseball players are built…not born, and they’re not all great in every aspect of the game. Yours included! Work on your weak points!

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Fall Ball Baseball Tip's









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Build On This Fall Ball Season
For Success Next Spring !


PROVIDED BY COACH JOHN PETER, BASEBALLTIPS.COM

A player competes with teammates for playing time and opportunities before he gets to compete against other teams. The one time of the year that a player can really learn in a battle-tested environment is in the Fall Ball season.

The pressures to win in the Spring and the short amount of pre-season practice time can limit the coaching to improving & perfecting existing skills with players who only see time at their most familiar positions.

Whether this is exactly true or not on your Spring league team…let’s just agree that Fall Ball is an ideal time to make yourself a better player or coach by experimenting, tinkering and allowing the time to learn new positions with less focus on the wins.

Here are some suggestions for you:
Note that each position is divided into 2 categories covering the player with more experience in an individual position (“V” for veterans) and those who are new to a particular position (“R” for rookies)

Pitchers:
V – They say that pitchers are built in the off-season. So let’s develop confidence in that new pitch you wanted to throw - but didn’t - last spring!

R – Let’s develop a smooth, easy delivery focusing on locating the fastball. If time permits, let’s also develop the change-up for a 2nd pitch (not a breaking ball!)
Here’s a great video/DVD on the subject:
Pitch Right

Catchers:
V – Work on blocking pitches in all directions before or after practices. Catchers always seem to get short-changed during practice.

R – Ask a veteran catcher or a coach to work with you on learning a comfortable stance, both with runners on base and the bases-empty.
Here’s a great video/DVD:
Catching's Big 5 Skills

Infielders:
V Make this the time you become as comfortable with your backhand as your forehand.

R – Practice taking tons of ground balls, focusing on staying on the balls of your feet and coming forward (which cuts down time and distance between you and the base you’re throwing to) AND STAYING OFF YOUR HEELS OR GIVING GROUND!
Here’s a great video:
Infield Play by Cal State Fullerton's George Horton

Outfielders:
V – Work on increasing your range by getting better jumps when the ball comes off the bat …especially on balls hit to the fence AND to the foul lines (remember, balls tail toward the foul lines)!

R – Train yourself by running hard to the ball and not drifting to it. This will allow you to have your body in the correct position to catch and quickly throw to the correct base.
Check out Outfield Fundamentals and Techniques

Hitters:
V – Everyone has weak points. You know yours. Now’s the time to spend the time!
Refuse to spend most of your hitting practice doing what you are best at!

Here’s a great and inexpensive DVD series for ALL hitters:
Hitting for Excellence

R – You are no different than veteran hitters. You may just have more weak points to work on!

For Coaches:
V –Get knowledge on aspects of the game that you are less sure of!
We have over 140 books and videos…some are extremely specific. The titles generally will determine your best choices. Start a library that you can use over and over!
Check out all of our videos, books and DVDs.

For teaching hitters of all ages, check out the Hitting DVD Series from Oakland A's hitting coach Dave Hudgens.

And for teaching the entire game to all ages, get the Skills & Drills Complete Coaching Series.

R – Use the all-encompassing Skills & Drills series of videos by Bragg Stockton. This will be the easiest way to help you learn the style of some of baseball’s finest coaches.

For teaching younger hitters:
Hitting Skills & Drills for the Young Player

For teaching the entire game to younger players:
Youth Coaching Strategies, Drills, & Practice Series

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Coaches Needed, Yes Your Qualified







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Coaches Needed –
YES, You’re Qualified!

PROVIDED BY COACH JOHN PETER, BASEBALLTIPS.COM

I received an urgent phone call last February asking me to coach some 15 & 16 year olds. The league was to return their sign-up money because they had no coach.

After I told them NO for the 4th time (hey, I’m really busy running a young but substantial company), I got to thinking about those 13 kids, most of whom had just been cut from their respective High School teams.

9th grade boys, recently humiliated and told they weren’t good enough, and yet here they were signing up for a Spring baseball league just weeks later.

In the words of Annie Savoy from my favorite Baseball movie, Bull Durham,
“You’ve got to admire a player just trying to play out the string!”

I had to say YES and entered into this agreement with the idea that the assistant coach/dads would ultimately learn & take over this age group.

Here’s the point
The game wants and needs you badly and it really doesn’t care about your background or qualifications (inadequacy may only be in your mind). Not everyone has college or pro baseball experience and that shouldn’t intimidate you!
Pedigrees are for dogs, not coaches!
Simply do what it takes to become qualified to coach youth players.

OK, what does it take to become competent and qualified?

  1. You have to love kids (not just yours)
  2. You have to want to be a role model
  3. You need to have perspective on winning & losing
  4. You need to be organized
  5. You need to find knowledge
  6. You need a few tools

Can you handle items 1 through 3?
If so, keep reading.
If not, please forward this article to someone else that you think can help a group of boys.

Item #4 – It’s not as hard as you think. Have a written plan and simply stay ahead of the next chores, practices, games, etc. by using a 3-ring binder.
Read the article I penned on the subject called Plan To Succeed. This will absolutely get you started stress-free!

Item #5 – We’re in the business of baseball knowledge.
Check out our books , videos and DVD sets.

Parents spend lots of money on lessons, so why not begin a library of teaching materials to use…forever!

Item #6 – Consider fun tools to assist you (not toys found on TV or in Wal-Mart). Start with a few…and add as your budget allows. Kids crave entertaining ways to learn. It’s used in the classroom and on the ball field. Check out our suggestions below!

Finally
Some year soon, you’ll run into one of your “ex-players,” all grown up.
Undoubtedly he will still call you coach.
AND IT WILL ABSOLUTELY LIGHT YOU UP!
You may have been there during some of the best days of his life.

Chances are you will get more out of this experience than your players!
You can do this & you are needed…now don’t talk yourself out of it!

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E Teamz Baseball Tips June 2005



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Real Players Hit With Wood
PROVIDED BY COACH JOHN PETER, BASEBALLTIPS.COM

Let me say this up front…

I do not like aluminum bats . . . but I’ll win with them.

Practice with wood . . . and you’ll win with aluminum.

It’s really very simple. An aluminum bat swing can be mechanically flawed but still get results. Inflated averages & power numbers abound with huge aluminum sweet spots & tricked-out metal alloys!

But eventually bigger fields and better pitching eliminates many aluminum bat hitters well before High School . . . and it doesn’t have to be!

Allow me to explain . . . Much of the physical side of the game is about :
BATSPEED - HANDSPEED - FOOTSPEED

Much of hitting is about: TIMING & BALANCE (Strength helps too)

Wood Bats feel head-heavy, with much smaller sweet spots so any imperfections in a swing are magnified. (Are you getting the picture?)

Training with wood forces the player to become mechanically precise & builds bat speed and strength. Additionally, wood trains hitters to really learn the strike zone and not swing at bad pitches (ever hit one off the end or the handle? . . . it hurts… and many times it breaks!)

To successfully swing with wood…

  1. Trigger the hands earlier into the load position
  2. Keep your hands inside the ball (meaning hands closer to the body throughout the swing to make for a quick rotation to the ball)
  3. Stick with it until your muscle memory acclimates to this new weapon.

#1 Defined
Dead Hands Kill Players!
The first thing a hitter must do is take away the pitcher's fastball. In general, that is a pitcher's best pitch. From Clemens, Johnson, Martinez & Maddux, to the baddest pitcher in your league. Spot the fastball and you are a real pitcher. Ok, hitter what are you going to do about it? You’re going to crush it… that’s what!

Hands Start The Swing!
Start your swing with your hands (it’s your timing mechanism). . . and you can time a jet or a fastball! Call it a trigger, load or hitch, it’s all the same. Just get some movement from your hands starting when the pitcher separates his hands from his glove with a movement toward the back shoulder.

#2 Defined
Keep Your Hands Inside The Ball…What?

Keep your hands 4-6 inches from your body throughout the swing. Think about hitting the inside half of the baseball (the half that’s closest to you). This will train you to have a shorter, quicker stroke and will help keep balls straight and not allow them to hook foul…see Barry Bonds!

#3 Defined
Use your wood bat instead of your game aluminum for tee work, soft toss, in a cage & when hitting live pitching & you’ll get the results you’re looking for!

NOTES:
Wood Increases Bat Speed!
Bat Speed Equals Power!
In summary, any player or team that trains with wood will hit the ball harder, plus increase contact and power over all who don’t. Ask any hitting coach.

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Build Your Own Field of Dreams
BY COACH JOHN PETER, BASEBALLTIPS.COM

You can take this to the bank:

  1. The #1 reason players leave team sports is that they are not having fun!
  2. Hitters, pitchers and position players improve through learning proper mechanics and repeating these movements correctly over and over.
  1. The players who are having the most fun on a baseball field are the ones who are doing their best and getting good results!
  2. Adults are a huge reason that leagues can even exist (money, time, coaching, organization, etc).

So?
If you are interested in helping your kids or your own team with items 1 through 3, you may want to consider adding some fun right outside your back door. The more fun you can add to your backyard, basement or garage…the longer your player(s) may stay in the game!  

Why?
The reality is that regardless of how any adult feels about it, kids today are bombarded with tremendous amounts of opportunities to be entertained… much of it without even leaving their homes.

Many of these diversions are actually great opportunities for kids to learn and grow. Most, however, are just what you fear. Easy, mind numbing hobbies & habits that encourage little and discourage leaving the comforts of a couch, an iPod or a PC…not exactly a trek through the woods is it?  

If this sounds familiar…
Here’s an idea…let’s engage them in fun rather than restrict them with turning off TV & video games!

And if baseball is their kind of fun, we would like to help!!  

Money! It’s always the money!
Our coaches are instructed and trained to always consider the budget of our customers first and foremost! This is of utmost importance considering that everyone’s situation is different and each is unique.  

So let your budget be your guide…we will help your players today to improve and solve their unique problems but know that we will also be here tomorrow and next season too if and when you need us again!
It’s far more important to be consistent in this fun and training so start today and build as you can.  

As someone said to me many years ago…you may never be closer to your own child than when you are 60 feet away playing catch.

My coaches and I promise to always do our best. It is our privilege to help.

  Thank you for allowing us into your home!
    --JP  

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The Personal Pitcher Pitching Machine
All you need is a small yard, a boy and a bat and you have got one great batting practice. This machine has maximum fun value and is unbelievably simple to use. Choose from 3 models that consistently pitch up to 50 golf ball-size wiffleballs every 7 seconds. It’s powered by a very efficient rechargeable battery for totally cordless and portable use.   If you have always wanted a pitching machine but find that you don’t have a large yard or wallet for this expenditure…please check it out. It is absolute fun for any player or team use!

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Check out the Fungo Bat's






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Hitting With A Fungo Bat
BY COACH JOHN PETER, BASEBALLTIPS.COM

The idea of a fungo bat is really quite simple. Coaches hit hundreds and indeed thousands of infield & outfield ground balls and fly balls. What sense would it make to hit with a heavier bat than you need?

A 30 oz. or perhaps a 31 oz. game bat has got to be more tiring, more difficult and less accurate than repeatedly hitting with a much lighter and quicker fungo bat! Hitting with a young kid's aluminum bat with one or two hands looks silly and is just plain wrong!

I designed the Coaches War Club to a more practical size and length than even the best Big Brand (and more expensive) fungo bat on the market. And frankly, I have not seen any fungo bat for less money that I would buy for any use other than firewood!

Most fungo bats are really long - around 36 to 37 inches - and many coaches find them hard to hit with.  The Coaches War Club, found only at Baseball Tips, is 33" long but weighs only 19 oz!

Additionally, it is so whippy that you can slice the air, cut the ball and do about any trick you would like to…it is that well balanced! But more importantly, you can ACCURATELY hit hundreds of balls in a practice and not be totally exhausted.  And what a pleasure it is to hit with wood…it's extremely easy to learn and hit, plus it should last you for many seasons!

If you coach infielders, you will want to check out our money saving combo offer that includes our fielder's pancake glove. This glove has a completely flat surface yet you wear it like any traditional glove. Players are forced to use two hands. It is an easy way to emphasize how important it is for players to move their feet to get to, and behind, hit or thrown balls!

Remember what I call infielders with slow hands and feet…OUTFIELDERS!

Learn more about the Coaches War Club Fungo bat.

Getting Into The Hitting Zone
If you coach youth baseball hitters or if you are a youth baseball player looking for a fast track to improving your swing, take a look at what former minor league batting champ Ben Boulware has produced!

The new Hitting Zone DVD packs a ton of knowledge in a very "watchable & entertaining" form.  Players and coaches will learn to develop the all-important direction and approach that all successful hitters must have to succeed and continue to improve.
 
This DVD covers all basic aspects of hitting that begins in the mind and extends to pre-game, the on deck circle, and ultimately the batter's box...all in an engaging format that even younger players will grasp!  We are proud to have found and offer this fine and inexpensive teaching tool!

View the Hitting Zone DVD.

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THE ARMS RACE
BY COACH JOHN PETER, BASEBALLTIPS.COM

Every year I see another High School pitcher have his dream derailed by an arm injury. It is so disheartening because so much of it seems to be preventable. We've got all of this technology, pitch counts, pitching coaches, sports medicine gurus, etc...and yet the disabled list in Major League Baseball has quadrupled since 1990.

I am not a pitching guy so I find myself gravitating to pitching guys who are about correct biomechanics. Men whose job is not to win the 7th game of the World Series, but rather those who work with pitchers just coming of age, say around high school and college aged players.

I would direct you to the front page of this month's Collegiate Baseball Magazine (a great publication) where one of my favorites has authored the featured article on the mental side of pitching. He is Alan Jaeger, sometimes known as Barry Zito's guru (he has also had great results with current Big League catcher Mike Liberthal and pitcher Glendon Rusch among others).

Alan may have the best long toss program in the Big Leagues! A few pitching-oriented Big League teams have adopted his program with more on the horizon.

His throwing program, called Thrive on Throwing, is highly thought of by all who have experienced this young guru's teachings. He works with many younger players and also spends time tweaking "Cadillacs" with equal success.

It may be hard to believe in this age of 100 pitch counts, but his students throw up to an hour a day with amazing results and minimal incidence of injury!

I would urge any pitching coach, player or dad to check out Alan's program. It is simple...and it works!

Armed & Ready Program (featuring Thrive on Throwing)

Alan has also written two articles that we proudly feature in our Pitching section of instructional articles at Baseball Tips, where you can read about Long Toss and Arm Strength and Conditioning at:
http://www.baseballtips.com/instruction.html#pitching

Specials for Coaches and Hitters

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