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This baseball podcast will be centered around player and coach development. We will discuss everything from mechanics, the mental game, practice design, and even college recruiting.
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    Arm injuries, Pitching Development, and World Series Arms - Colter Bostick

    Arm injuries, Pitching Development, and World Series Arms - Colter Bostick

    Colter Bostick is currently a pitching coach in San Antonio, Texas. Colter trains pitchers in all facets of the game and emphasizes a holistic training approach for his players. In this episode we talk about Colter's background as a player and how that shaped his coaching philosophy, what happens when a player starts working with Colter, arm injuries for youth players, and what he see's from a pitching perspective when watching pitchers in the World Series.
    Colter's Twitter: @maximized_bsb

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    • 54 min
    Andy Tracy, Cleveland Indians Triple - A Manager

    Andy Tracy, Cleveland Indians Triple - A Manager

    After embarking on a 16-year career as a professional baseball player, Andy Tracy decided to transition into a manager. He's currently the Triple-A Columbus Indians Manager in the Cleveland Indians organization. Andy not only played professionally in the United States but also spent several years playing winter ball in Latin America, as well as playing a season in Japan. In this episode, Andy talks about his journey as a hitter, what he thinks of today's game, and his coaching philosophy.
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    • 41 min
    Developing Hitters at different levels with Matt Lisle

    Developing Hitters at different levels with Matt Lisle

    Matt Lisle has coached at various levels in baseball and softball. Along with being a private instructor, he has coached travel baseball, high school, NAIA, Div 3, Div 2, Div 1, MLB. While he was busy coaching at various levels he also amassed a big following online (over 1 million followers). In this episode, you will learn about Matt's coaching philosophy, the differences between Softball and Baseball, and some ways that amateur baseball can be better.
    You can follow Matt across all social media platforms @coachlisle
    His website is https://thehittingvault.com

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    • 51 min
    UCLA, Pro Ball, and mental game with Ty Moore

    UCLA, Pro Ball, and mental game with Ty Moore

    Ty Moore is currently the Director of Player Development at Gardner Webb University. After a great career at UCLA that included a National Championship his Freshman year, Ty was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 12th round. In this episode Ty talks about his experience as a Bruin, what west coast baseball is all about, what pro ball is like in an organization and in Indy Ball, and we go over his role as Director of Player Development at Gardner Webb.
    Follow Gardner Webb on Twitter: @gwubaseball
    Follow Ty on Twitter: @ty29moore

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    • 51 min
    CEO and Founder of HitTrax Mike Donfrancesco

    CEO and Founder of HitTrax Mike Donfrancesco

    A great way to develop hitters is by providing them immediate feedback. HitTrax does exactly that. HitTrax is a data company that captures several metrics regarding every batted ball a hitter hits. In this episode we bring on the CEO and founder Mike Donfrancesco. We get into Mike's background, how he actually was able to build the system itself, and what are some of the exciting things that he has in store for the company in the near future!
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    • 30 min
    Developing the Ultimate Catcher with Tyler Goodro

    Developing the Ultimate Catcher with Tyler Goodro

    Catching! Arguably the most important defensive position on the diamond. However, what does it take to truly make a good catcher? Is it a strong arm? Blocking? Framing? I decided to stop guessing and bring on an expert. Tyler Goodro is the founder of Goodro Catching. A facility in Omaha, Nebraska where he works on teaching catchers of all ages the nuances about the position. In this episode he takes us through his background as a catcher, helping players with the recruiting process, pop time, arm strength, blocking, and what a typical day looks like at his facility.
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    Follow Tyler on Twitter: @goodrocatching

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    • 57 min

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