Pitching

GAMEDAY

- Dynamic Warm-up (Poles, Stretch, tubing and/or Bandwork)

- 4 Poles

- Long Toss (Alternate CH/4FB to 90)

-Bullpen work- over spin, box pitches for depth, find out what pitches are working

- Game or Extended Bullpen

- Active Recovery

- Notebook

Indians

- Dynamic Warm-up (Poles, Stretch, tubing and/or Bandwork)

- 10 Poles

- ROM Throwing Option

- Weight Room (Legs)

- Nutritional Review

- Notebook

Royals

- Dynamic Warm-up (Poles, Stretch, tubing and/or Bandwork)

- 10 Sprints (30's)

- Delivery Drills (Picks and Variance)

- Weight Room (DB Workout)

- Cardio Cooldown

Orioles

- Dynamic Warm-up (Poles, Stretch, tubing and/or Bandwork)

- 8 Poles

- Long Toss (Alternate CH/4FB to 90)

Bullpen (12-21 pitch)

- Active Recovery

- Notebook

Yankees

- Dynamic Warm-up (Poles, Stretch, tubing and/or Bandwork)

- 8 Poles

- 5 Sprints (60's)

- Delivery Drills (Fielding)

- Weight Room (General/Balance)

- Cardio Cooldow

Rangers

- Dynamic Warm-up (Poles, Stretch, tubing and/or Bandwork)

- 12 Poles

- 10 Sprints (30's)

- Bandwork ROM and Resistance

- Visualization Techniques

Position Players

Braves

- Dynamic Warm-up (Poles, Stretch, tubing and/or Bandwork)

- 8 Sprints (30's)

- Long Toss (Aggressive)

- Visualization Techniques

- Tee Work

- Notebook

Pirates

- Dynamic Warm-up (Poles, Stretch, tubing and/or Bandwork)

- 10 Sprints (30's)

- Long Toss (Alternate CH/4FB to 90 if you're a Pitcher)

- Weight Room (Full)

- Batting Cages

- Notebook

Nationals

- Dynamic Warm-up (Poles, Stretch, tubing and/or Bandwork)

- 6 Sprints (60's)

- Batting Cages (W/ Bunt and Push Bunt work)

- Fielding Drills

- Weight Room (Legs)


Mets (Catchers)

- Dynamic Warm-up (Poles, Stretch, tubing and/or Bandwork)

- 4 Poles

- Long Toss

-  25-50 reps of T-Drill (Described Below)

- Weight Room (Full)

High School Baseball Student-Athlete Guide

SENIORS (Class of 2020)

  •  You can receive recruiting material and electronic correspondence from the Coach, including phone calls.
  • Off campus contact is limited to three times
  • Student-athletes are allowed five official college visits to D1 school, but only one to each.  D2, D3, and NAIA college visits are unlimited.
  • Unofficial visits are unlimited

JUNIORS (Class of 2021)

  • You can receive material and information from the Coach.
  • You can call the Coach at your expense, but the Coach can not call you until September 1, 2019.
  • Electronic correspondence is permitted after September 1, 2019.
  • Off Campus contact is permitted after July 1, 2020
  • After September 1, 2019, Student-athletes are allowed five official college visits to D1 school, but only one to each.  D2, D3, and NAIA college visits are unlimited.
  • Unofficial visits are allowed after September 1, 2019.


SOPHOMORES (Class of 2022)

  • You can receive material (Usually camp invites) and school information from the Coach. Usually "money-maker" material.
  • You can call a Coach at your expense, but a Coach can not call you.
  • Electronic correspondence is not allowed until September 1, 2020.
  • Unofficial visits are allowed, but it can not be set up by a Coach or Athletic Department.  You can not "set up a time" to meet with the coach while on campus.
  • NO OFFICIAL VISITS ALLOWED
  • When a student-athlete "commits" to a school as a sophomore it is essentially; A camp participant saying I'd like to play here and the Coach agreeing since he is trying to recruit everyone possible at this young of an age..Commit = We might be interested in the future.

FRESHMAN (Class of 2023)

You can go to a camp if you desire, but the main focus should be on improving your skills and getting good grades!

FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT THE NCAA AND YOUR HIGH SCHOOL

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NCAA Baseball Eligibility

Additional Information

You need to be certified by the NCAA Eligibility Center to compete at an NCAA Division I or II school. Create a Certification Account and we'll guide you through the process.

You need to create a Certification Account to make official visits to Divisions I and II schools or to sign a National Letter of Intent..  Retrieved from -  https://web3.ncaa.org/ecwr3/


Create a free Profile Page if you plan to compete at a Division III school or are not yet sure where you want to compete.

You'll get an NCAA ID, and we will send you important reminders as you complete high school.

Retrieved from -  https://web3.ncaa.org/ecwr3/



Student-Athlete Academics

     Play Division I Sports    


If you want to compete in NCAA sports at a Division I school, you need to register with the NCAA Eligibility Center to make sure you stay on track to meet initial-eligibility standards.

If you have questions about your eligibility or the registration process, call us toll free at 1-877-262-1492. 



Grade 9

  • Ask your counselor for a list of your high school’s NCAA core courses to make sure you take the right classes.


Grade 10


Grade 11

  • Check with your counselor to make sure you will graduate on time with the required number of NCAA core courses.
  • Take the ACT or SAT and submit your scores to the NCAA using code 9999.
  • At the end of the year, ask your counselor to upload your official transcript to the NCAA Eligibility Center.


Grade 12


Division I Academic Eligibility

To be eligible to compete in NCAA sports during your first year at a Division I school, you must graduate high school and meet ALL the following requirements:

  • Complete Sixteen CORE COURSES
    • Four years of English
    • Three years of math (Algebra 1 or higher)
    • Two years of natural/physical science (including one year of lab science if your high school offers it)
    • One additional year of English, math or natural/physical science
    • Two years of social science
    • Four additional years of English, math, natural/physical science, social science, foreign language, comparative religion or philosophy
  • Complete 10 core courses, including seven in English, math or natural/physical science, before your seventh semester. Once you begin your seventh semester, you may not repeat or replace any of those 10 courses to improve your core-course GPA.
  • Earn at least a 2.3 GPA in your core courses.
  • Earn an SAT combined score or ACT sum score matching your core-course GPA on the Division I sliding scale, which balances your test score and core-course GPA. If you have a low test score, you need a higher core-course GPA to be eligible. If you have a low core-course GPA, you need a higher test score to be eligible.

Common sense for student-athletes


  • You can't "pad" your GPA with gym classes, basket weaving, Making wooden birdcages, etc.
  • Aim for a 3.0 GPA
  • Plan to take the SAT / ACT move than once if you need to raise your score
  • Ask your teachers and tutors for assistance.
  • Avoid being caught being a dumbass.  Video is everywhere.  Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter will be evaluated to determine your character before being offered any scholarship.
  • Research additional scholarship opportunities.
  • DO NOT get caught with alcohol while under the age of 21, and never operate or get into a car when people have been drinking.  It's difficult to play a baseball game when your head is knocked into your ass.
  • Fight for your baseball goals, but enjoy the ride .
  • Be evaluated during your junior year.
  • Practice and Play like someone is watching you.  Scouts and College coaches may be watching your practice or games.
  • Warm-up to throw, DO NOT throw to warm-up
  • If practice starts at 5pm, be there by 4:30pm to prepare.