58 min

The Mental Game Success Strategies of Baseball’s Best Hitter The Brian Cain Mental Performance Mastery Podcast

    • Self-Improvement

Sean “The Mayor” Casey played MLB from 1997-2008 with The Cleveland Indians, Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, Detroit Tigers and Boston Red Sox.  Casey, a 3x MLB All-Star has a career batting average of .302, hit 130 HRs and drove in 735 RBI.  In 1995 Casey’s Jr. year of college at the University of Richmond, the left handed hitter won the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) conference triple crown hitting .461.

The 2nd-round-pick of the Cleveland Indians in 1995, Casey was named the friendliest player in baseball in 2007 by Sports Illustrated in a players poll..  Along with his nice and friendly personality, Casey was also a fierce competitor and one of the best left on left hitters, always hitting over .300 against hall of fame left handed pitchers.

Casey was and still is an avid student of mental performance.  In his current career as an analyst across MLB Network's programming, he will frequently talk about the mental side of the game and his work with two icons in the field, Harvey Dorfman and Dr. Bill Harrison.  

In this podcast we talk about…

Why and how to keep the process bigger than the end result and mechanics

The importance of watching positive video of yourself as a hitter and not getting lost in the mechanical breakdown

The role confidence plays in hitting success


Simplifying your approach at the plate with 3 simple strategies 

The power of positive mental imagery


Using fear and negative energy as chips on your shoulder and motivation

And much more…

You can engage with Sean Casey on instagram @TheMayorsOffice and with Brian Cain @BrianCainPeak

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sean “The Mayor” Casey played MLB from 1997-2008 with The Cleveland Indians, Cincinnati Reds, Pittsburgh Pirates, Detroit Tigers and Boston Red Sox.  Casey, a 3x MLB All-Star has a career batting average of .302, hit 130 HRs and drove in 735 RBI.  In 1995 Casey’s Jr. year of college at the University of Richmond, the left handed hitter won the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) conference triple crown hitting .461.

The 2nd-round-pick of the Cleveland Indians in 1995, Casey was named the friendliest player in baseball in 2007 by Sports Illustrated in a players poll..  Along with his nice and friendly personality, Casey was also a fierce competitor and one of the best left on left hitters, always hitting over .300 against hall of fame left handed pitchers.

Casey was and still is an avid student of mental performance.  In his current career as an analyst across MLB Network's programming, he will frequently talk about the mental side of the game and his work with two icons in the field, Harvey Dorfman and Dr. Bill Harrison.  

In this podcast we talk about…

Why and how to keep the process bigger than the end result and mechanics

The importance of watching positive video of yourself as a hitter and not getting lost in the mechanical breakdown

The role confidence plays in hitting success


Simplifying your approach at the plate with 3 simple strategies 

The power of positive mental imagery


Using fear and negative energy as chips on your shoulder and motivation

And much more…

You can engage with Sean Casey on instagram @TheMayorsOffice and with Brian Cain @BrianCainPeak

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

58 min