Pitching - PFP

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2021-08 Dan Roszel (Pitching) The Pitcher as the 9th Defender

Dan Roszel, University of Kentucky: "The Pitcher as the 9th Defender" from the 2021 Virtual Convention, Time: 59:44

Pitching - PFP | Bunt Footwork to 3B

Greg DiCenzo, College of the Holly Cross: Pitcher's who control their front gate have a better chance to control their throw.

Pitching - PFP | 3 Station Bunt Footwork to 2B

Greg DiCenzo, College of the Holly Cross: You can't expect them to execute in a game unless it is taught, rehearsed, practiced and drilled. Keep runners off of 2B and turn a 1-3 SAC into a 1-6 FC.

Pitching - PFP | 3 Station Bunt Footwork to 1B

Greg DiCenzo, College of the Holly Cross: Pitcher's must get directional towards their throwing target after fielding a bunt - great drill that focus on just that.

Pitching - PFP | Runner Checkdowns

Greg DiCenzo, College of the Holly Cross: Pitcher's must practice and develop the ability to deliver the baseball to any base at any time. It starts with footwork.

Pitching - PFP | Up, Down & Around the Mound

Greg DiCenzo, College of the Holly Cross: Pitcher's must be able to navigate the slope of the mound when making throws to the bases: Up the Slope, Down the Slope and working Off of the Slope towards flat ground.

Pitching - PFP | Ground Ball Progression

Greg DiCenzo, College of the Holly Cross: Pitcher ground ball progression, the same routine our infielders go through.

Pitching - PFP | Dry Work

Greg DiCenzo, College of the Holly Cross: Pitcher PFP drills that focus on training athletic actions. No Ball, No Mound - they must understand how their feet work first.

Pitching - PFP | With the Tennis Team

Justin James, Point Loma Nazarene University: Here is a great way to shake up a PFP day with your staff and get some quality work in.

Pitching - Pickoffs 2 Birds 1 Stone

Justin James, Point Loma Nazarene University: Miss the target, run a sprint - this pick off drill gets a pitching staff to lock in.

Defense - INF | Rolling Objects Tag Drill

Kai Correa, Cleveland Indians: Great drill for every position that will have to put a tag on a baserunner.