June 10th - June 12th, 2020 in Omaha, Nebraska

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2020 Membership

Receive Email / Text updates about Specials, Baseball Workouts, Bullpens, and Open Baseball Sessions

2020 Membership is a FREE feature for our Student-Athletes.  It allows Student-Athlete baseball players to look up individualized Baseball Specific Training, Bullpen and Pitching workouts, and specialized baseball drills.  Once confirmed (Usually within 48 hours), you will be given an individual ID number and access to our MEMBERS PAGE.

The Six Tools of a Baseball Player

Position Players


1.  Hitting for Average- Line Drives for singles, doubles, and triples


2. Hitting for Power-  Gap and Homerun ability


3. Fielding- Range and Flow


4. Throwing- Arm strength and Accuracy


5. Running- Speed and Quickness


6. Mental Approach and Stability



Baseball Players are rated for current ability and potential on a 20-80 scale.  50 is considered the average for Major League Baseball.  For example, the "average" MLB 60 time (Home to Second Base) is 6.5 seconds.  If a player being rated has a 6.5, with room for improvement on this time, may be rated 50/60.  


50-   MLB Average

60-   Plus

70-   Plus Plus


If someone is rated as having Plus-Power, their rating is usually a 60


Pitchers


1. Fastball- Velocity, Movement, and Location


2. Change- Speed Differential, Movement, and Location


3. Breaking Ball- Velocity, Movement, and Location


4. Secondary Breaking Ball- Velocity, Movement, and Location


5. Fielding- Fielding the Pitcher Position


6. Mental Approach and Stability