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Tilting Better Hitting Drills Paperblog Pick in Baseball

Tilting the Tee for Better Hitting Drills

I’m a gigantic fan of tee work. So are a huge majority of major league hitters so I think I’m in good company. It’s tough to improve upon something that has worked for so many... Read more


  • “Home Run,” Chance Halladay

    “Home Run,” Chance Halladay

    When this song started playing, I had a vague impression that I’ve heard it before.  As the song played on, however, I grew less sure. Read more

    The 26 May 2018 by   Precious Sanders
  • “Bip” the Player Meets “Bip” the Cat.

    “Bip” Player Meets Cat.

    Around Fall 2001 I was moving in to a new place with my girlfriend at the time; she was 21, petite, had short red hair, a great sense of humor, loved to eat... Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Gary
  • Charlie Brown’s Post-home Run Glow

    Charlie Brown’s Post-home Glow

    After hitting his first home run ever (and winning the game with it, to boot), one certainly can’t blame Charlie Brown for wanting to revel in the feeling of... Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Precious Sanders
  • Pitchers – Don’t Let Runners Take Walking Leads

    Pitchers Don’t Runners Take Walking Leads

    When base runners attempt to steal 3rd base, they will often use one of two methods at the beginning – a stationary lead or a walking lead. A stationary lead... Read more

    The 25 May 2018 by   Meachrm
  • "I'm Keith Hernandez"

    "I'm Keith Hernandez"

    There are dozens of books that come out every year about baseball, including memoirs from older players recalling their glory days. Read more

    The 24 May 2018 by   Theomnipotentq
  • This Day in Baseball: Coveleski’s Long Start

    This Baseball: Coveleski’s Long Start

    On May 24, 1918, right-hander Stan Coveleski pitched 19 innings in the Indians’ 3-2 victory over the Yankees at the Polo Grounds. Read more

    The 24 May 2018 by   Precious Sanders
  • Quote of the Day


    Now obviously, in peacetime a one-legged catcher, like a one-armed outfielder (such as the Mundys had roaming right), would have been at the most a curiosity... Read more

    The 23 May 2018 by   Precious Sanders
  • A Brief History of Cleats

    Brief History Cleats

    I remember my first pair of cleats.  I was nine years old, embarking on my first-ever season of organized ball.  My mom took my little brother and me shopping a... Read more

    The 22 May 2018 by   Precious Sanders
  • Fields Get Bigger and the Game Changes

    Fields Bigger Game Changes

    You’ve coached your son’s team at the early ages and everything is pretty simple and straight forward. Then he gets to around 11 or 12 and it seems like the... Read more

    The 22 May 2018 by   Meachrm
  • Back On The Main Floor This Week

    Back Main Floor This Week

    Trivia will be happening this Tuesday night, May 22nd at 8:30 PM at Professor Thom's, with "May 22nd Trivia" as the Special Category. It will be seven... Read more

    The 21 May 2018 by   Theomnipotentq