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On this episode, we have Craig Snider. Craig is currently the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator at Texas A and M University. He actually won a National Championship when he was at his prior school, back in 2018. In this episode, Craig talks a little bit about what they do at Texas A&M from a development standpoint, what he's looking for in a…
 
In this episode, I talk to Mark Helsel. Mark is the founder and current director of US Elite Baseball which is a successful travel baseball organization for several years. US Elite is one of the top travel baseball organizations in the country. He talked about practical guides for parents of young athletes and how to develop youth players. He share…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Marcus Davis. Marcus is a hitting coach in the private sector but has been on each side of the spectrum from former Midland and professional player to now coach of the 17U Braves. He brings a wide variety of content about college recruiting, working with players, parents' expectations, and hitting as well. He talks ab…
 
In today’s episode, I talk to David Pearson. David is in his first season as a volunteer assistant coach with the University of Iowa baseball program. He serves as the Hawkeyes’ hitting coach. David joins the program following a two-year run as an assistant coach at North Dakota State – his second stint with the Bison. He also has served as head co…
 
PLAYER DEVELOPMENT AND SUMMER RECRUITMENT WITH TYLER JACKSON In today's episode, I speak to Tyler Jackson. Tyler has helped Liberty to the finals of an NCAA regional in 2021 and is in his first season on the Morehead State baseball coaching staff as an assistant coach. Tyler, who also was part of two NCAA Tournament qualifying teams at the College …
 
How to Achieve Greatness Charles Schultz is the Owner of Super Fit Ohio and Edge of Greatness Podcast. Charles has always been enthusiastic about the pursuit of excellence, both personally and in coaching others. He talks about why is it important to have relationships and build connections with players. He shares why coaches should have real conve…
 
In today's episode, I speak to Kyle Decker. Kyle was brought on as an assistant coach in November 2020. He came to the Flyers after working as a volunteer assistant coach at Harvard University for the previous two years. While there he helped lead the Crimson to the 2019 Ivy League Championship and a spot in the Oklahoma City Regional in the 2019 N…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Kirk Cabana, Assistant Baseball Coach for Carolina University. He shares his experiences being a Recruiting Coordinator and Assistant Baseball Coach. He talks about establishing a culture, direction, and foundation for player development. He talks about the importance of having a growth mindset towards everything and …
 
In today's episode, I speak to Shane Sharkey. Shane has been a part of the success of Brookhaven Baseball for years. He was a member of the 2013 team that reached the NJCAA DIII World Series. He was an Assistant Coach on the 2019 team that reached the NJCAA DIII World Series. In this episode, he shares how he recruits future JUCO players. He shares…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Jared Gaynor. Jared is currently the minor league pitching coach for the Minnesota Twins. In this episode, he shares his job as a pitching coach. How he builds trust and relationships with players. He shares tips to coaches on how to narrow the player’s focus and help put up some guardrails to make sure players are st…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Devin Mesoraco. Devin is currently the Volunteer assistant coach at the University of Pittsburgh. He played in Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Cincinnati Reds and New York Mets. Devin was an MLB All-Star in 2014. In this episode, he shares his job as a catcher. How he got to be ready to call a game and be good def…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Brock Hudgens and Justin Seager, they played D1 ball together, got Drafted, and started a business. They started an Airbnb Concept website to help parents & players find college baseball & softball camps in their area. In this episode, they share setbacks in their own career and how that helped them in the long run. W…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Corey Smith, assistant baseball coach at McNicholas High School. He shares what he learned being a high school baseball coach for the past five years. He talks about the importance of conditioning, strengthening the core, and doing everything in a baseball mindset to make a positive impact on the team. He shares some …
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Josh Kauten, he was drafted by the Detroit Tigers out of Illinois State University, where he was named the Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year and studied Exercise Science and Biomechanics. After 5 seasons in professional baseball, he helped start the Heartland CC baseball program as the Pitching and Strength Coaches. He…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Dave Anderson, he was a member of the Dodgers team that won the 1988 World Series. Anderson was the manager for the 1994 Jamestown Jammers of the single A short season New York–Penn League. Dave Anderson played 10 years in the major leagues 1988 world series champion. He shares some advice to high school coaches who a…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Jay Uhlman, the Assistant Coach/Recruiting Coordinator -Tulane University. He is a veteran with over 24 years of experience as both an assistant and head coach Jay Uhlman arrived at Tulane after he spent the previous eight seasons as a member of the University of Oregon staff where he was the associate head coach for …
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Michael Deegan, the Head Baseball Coach at Denison University. He shares his vision and experiences as a coach on how to lead and live a meaningful life. He talks about the importance of having great conversations and building relationships with players and coaches in the best way possible because he believes that fin…
 
In today’s episode, I speak to Mike Rabelo, the Major League Field Coordinator for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Mike was the hitting coach for the Gulf Coast League Tigers and the Short-season A Connecticut Tigers. He was hired as manager of the Connecticut Tigers for the 2014 season. He was also in the managerial position for the West Michigan Whitecap…
 
Joe Ferraro is a high school teacher, former baseball coach, and currently is the host of the 1% Better Podcast. I have been working with Joe for several months now to continue to improve my skills as an interviewer, as well as a better speaker. No matter what walk of life you're currently in, you can always get better at your communication skills.…
 
For the past three years Callix Crabbe has been the MLB Assistant Hitting Coach for the Texas Rangers. In this episode, Callix shares what he learned over his career as a hitting coach, how to evaluate coaches, and working with infielders. Free Presentation on 'Timing' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
With over 40 years of coaching experience, it is an honor to have on a legend in this weeks episode, Mike Roberts. Mike and I met this past season in spring training when I was working for the Baltimore Orioles organization. I instantly felt a connection with Mike and enjoyed picking his brain on all of the intricacies in the game. He spent 23 year…
 
Why do you swing the bat you do? What was the reason you went with the specific length, weight, handle? Is there a way to identify what specific bat you should be swinging? On this week's episode, we have Liam Mucklow who is the founder of the Baseball Performance Lab and Micah Gibbs who is the Director of Player Development at BPL on the podcast t…
 
For the past thirty years, Art Senato has been coaching high school baseball. This year he decided to take on a new challenge and become the Head Coach for Centennial Spartans High School Baseball Team, in Burleson Texas. Art takes us behind the scenes and tells us how he's building the program in his first year as head coach. We also talk about he…
 
Walter is a father, coach, and advisor. He has been helping players and families with the recruiting process for over thirty years. In this episode, we talk about how parents should act during games, advice to kids who aren't getting recruited, not playing travel baseball before 14u, and verbally committing to a school as an underclassman. Walter j…
 
2021 World Series Champion, Bobby Magallanes joins the show this week! Prior to this past season Bobby had spent 31 years in the minor leagues as a player and as a coach. While he was coaching in the minor leagues, Bobby got his masters degree in performance psychology. Let me tell you from first hand experience, that is useful when coaching hitter…
 
On this episode we have a current player joining us on the podcast! Ben Heller, who has had an amazing journey from starting back as a high school pitcher not getting recruited. He then signed on to play at Olivet Nazarene a small NAIA college, got drafted by the Indians in the 22nd round, and ended up making it to the MLB. Ben has had some tough l…
 
After retiring from professional baseball at age 36, Paul Janish immediately got into coaching. Legendary college baseball coach, Wayne Graham asked Paul to come back to his alma mater (Rice University) and help out. He’s been coaching at Rice ever since. In this episode, Paul talks about the transition into coaching, coaching infielders, and some …
 
Todd is entering his 16th season coaching College Baseball. This upcoming season will be his first year at Tennessee Tech University. He is serving as the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator. Todd has coached at the D3, D2, and now D1 level. In this episode, we get into recruiting, developing hitters mentally and physically, 2k approach, and T…
 
This week we are talking some college baseball with former college coach, Mike Rooney. Mike started out his baseball journey as a player at the University of Notre Dame. His coach at Notre Dame, Pat Murphy eventually got the head coaching job at Arizona State University and brought Mike along with him. In this episode, Mike talks about some of the …
 
Caleb is currently the Hitting and Pitching Development Coordinator at the University of Texas. Prior to his current position at UT, he was the Director of Hitting Development and Analytics at Arizona State. When he's not at the field coaching, he's running his business, Marv Training. A company that started out selling resistance bands and is now …
 
After coaching stops at the University of Michigan, Maryland, Pepperdine, and San Diego, Sean Kenny has found a home as pitching coach at the University of Georgia. This is his 26th year as a collegiate coach. He has continued to adapt over the years with all the new information while keeping his core beliefs on how to develop pitchers. In this epi…
 
Aaron has been coaching at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee for thirteen years now. He is the Associate Head Coach and is also in charge of running the offense. Aaron has continued to evolve as a coach throughout the years with all of the new pieces of technology, while relying on his experience to help simplify it to his players. In this…
 
Joe is the founder of Tri City Aresnal, a nationally known travel baseball organization based out of New Jersey. Joe has sent thousands of kids to play college baseball, and hundreds that ended up playing professional baseball, including one of the greatest players of all time, Mike Trout. Joe made the jump to be in baseball full-time in the mid 80…
 
This upcoming season (2021-2022) will be Andy's first season at the University of Washington. It will also be his first time as a full-time hitting coach. Andy has had previous coaching stops at Cal State Fullerton and Oregon State University. In this episode we talk about what hitting philosophy Andy plans on implementing this upcoming season, wha…
 
How do you go about getting recruited to play college baseball? What camps or showcases should you be going to? In this episode I talk about how to evaluate yourself as a baseball player in the recruiting process and then how to go about promoting yourself the RIGHT way. Evaluating yourself. Do you love playing baseball? Are you thinking about how …
 
14 College World Series appearances, 19 consecutive top 10 recruiting classes, and two national championships. Not a bad resume for this week’s guest, Turtle Thomas. Turtle coached college baseball for 39 years with stops at Clemson, Georgia Tech, LSU, Miami (FL), and Arizona State. Currently, he is a roving catching instructor in the Texas Ranger …
 
Kevin Poppe is the co-owner of DST Performance in Houston, Texas. DST (Dynamic Sports Training) trains athletes of all ages. In this episode, we talk specifically about working with baseball players. We talk about some of the things that Kevin does when working with high school, college, and professional baseball players, what it is like for an ath…
 
Paul Nyman is an Engineer who has a passion for player development in baseball. After starting his regular job in the technical world as an engineer, Paul retired in 1989. He started to come across different research articles on overload/underload training and ways to develop ballistic power. He started to realize that not many people were putting …
 
What would I do if I had a son who wanted to play baseball. How would I go about it from a developmental and parent perspective. I played baseball as a kid and now have coached players from middle school to the MLB. I have seen what has worked and what hasn't. Below are a few of the topics that I will go over in the episode. Gymnastics at a young a…
 
Donegal Fergus has been coaching baseball for over 20 years. He has coached at the collegiate and professional level for numerous teams including the University of Washington, UC Santa Barbra, and most recently, the Minnesota Twins. Donegal is currently working with hitter's in the private sector back home in California. In this episode we talk abo…
 
Dr. Gervais is one of the most sought-after high-performance coaches on the planet. He has worked with Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks, Olympic medalists, UFC fighters, MLB players, and coaches from every major sport. He is also the host of the Finding Mastery podcast and the founder of Compete to Create, a business he founded with Pete Carol…
 
Currently the Director of Player Development for GoWags a travel baseball organization, author of two books, "GreenLight Hitting" and "How the Rivercats Won", Kyle Wagner stops by the show to talk about a better way to develop amateur hitters, through aggression. In this episode Kyle explains why "aggression should precede discipline", the age when…
 
Jim Rickon is currently a scout for the Cleveland Indians. He has been with the Indians organization for over 20 years as a player and coach. He has served as a hitting coach, coordinator, and now scout. In this episode he talks about some of the things that he's learned over the years, the differences between scouting and coaching, and why labelin…
 
Normally on the show we have coaches at various level who come on and talk about their current coaching situation, how they go about developing players, and give advice to everyone listening. However, I think it's just as important to have current and former players on the show to balance that out. I know I have learned a ton from just listening to…
 
Can you develop pitchers without actually seeing them in person? Ben Brewster and Tread Athletics have been doing that for several years, and have been doing it extremely well. Ben is the Co-Founder of Tread Athletics, a company that specializes in remote training for pitchers. They provide extensive educational resources for their clients along wi…
 
What makes high school baseball beneficial? To me it's actually closer to what college is like. Same teammates everyday, competing against teams in your league, and winning is relevant. It's important for the game that high school baseball is still held in high regard. No better way to find out what it's like to be in high school sports than to bri…
 
Experience. Wisdom. Those are the first two words I think of when I think of Jeff Banister. Jeff has been coaching in professional baseball for over 35 years. He has been a MiLB manager, Field Coordinator, and MLB Manager. He was the Pittsburgh Pirates manager from 2010-2014 and then was the Texas Rangers manager from 2015-2018. Jeff is currently t…
 
Former college coach and current director of coaching development at USA Baseball, Andrew Bartman, stops by to share some wisdom this week. Andrew has been at several colleges at the NAIA and JUCO level. He shares some stories of why coaching at that level can be such a challenge and at the same time a great learning experience. In this episode And…
 
"Defense wins Championships" We've all heard it a thousand times. However, it can take a back seat to hitting because it's not as much fun to talk about (My opinion). Defense is one of the things that allows hitters to stay in the lineup when they're struggling. It allows players to not feel as much pressure at the plate because they know they prov…
 
Currently in his 7th season as Volunteer Assistant and the University of Louisville, Adam Vrable loves what he gets to do, coach. His passion for baseball sticks out like a sore thumb when you listen to him talk. Adam played College Baseball at Coastal Carolina where get graduated with a degree in History. After graduating he began his coaching jou…
 
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