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Simulating the Velocity of Mets’ Legend Sidd Finch on a MaxBP

On April 1, 1985, Sports Illustrated featured an article in their magazine titled, “The Curious Case of Sidd Finch,” a story about an unknown baseball phenom with an unusual past.

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Slump Buster - Focus on the Little Things

Many times a slump has nothing to do with a major mechanical flaw and more to do with a minute detail or lack of focus. A great way to regain that undivided attention is by challenging the eyes to...

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Don't Be Afraid of a Little Gas

Former Boston Red Sox legend Ted Williams once said, “You have to hit the fastball to play in the big leagues.” Considering that the Splendid Splinter is viewed by many to be the best overall...

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Don't Reinvent the Wheel - Tony Gwynn

Tony Gwynn was the purest hitter of his generation. Perhaps ever. Gwynn was nearly impossible to strike out (434 K's in 10,000+ AB's) and he was immune to any kind of slump. His ability to hit the...

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New look Jays are all about the "VELO"

The Toronto Blue Jays have a new look these days. Gone are the mainstays of yesteryear as the Jays have opted to go with a youth movement and a different approach in their game preparation.

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Williamsport is upon us, Prepare with MaxBP

As the best little leaguers around the globe set their sights on the Little League World Series in Williamsport, PA, every invested player, coach and parent are looking for an edge. What can be...

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Plate coverage – Part II

In part I of our coverage series, we talked about how the effective strike zone can be as much as 160% wider than the actual plate. Today we’ll look at how tall the zone really is. To get started...

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