Pitching 101: Attention Pitchers, It's Time To Work



Dan Cevette
Director, New York

Our column, Pitching 101, was one of the most viewed articles across the Empire State in our first eight months of operation. In 2015, we are bringing a more in-depth column focused solely on everything pitching.

I get asked a lot of questions about baseball, mainly about Pitching. I was a Professional Baseball Pitcher for 11 years in three different MLB Organizations where I was able to fill my knowledge bank on pitching from some very impressive instructors. John Farrell, Scott Radinsky, Charles Nagy, and Steve Belcher just to name a few, and I have also picked the brain of Giants Gold Glove Catcher Kurt Manwaring (1992) a time or two. It's the heart and soul of this beautiful game, let's get to it.

Pitching 101: Attention Pitcher's, It's Time To Work
I walked outside my house this morning only to be welcomed by "Old Man Winter" with light snow, and sub-zero temperatures. Not exactly weather we baseball enthusiast dream of, and certainly not baseball training weather here in New York. I mean let's face it; baseball season is over with and has been for a while. Football tackled it's way through the fall, now it's basketballs turn to overtake the spotlight. Unfortunately around the Northeast that's the mentality of many, and although I'm a firm advocate of multi-sport athletes, I truly understand the importance of mastering your athletic craft. Becoming a next-level pitcher has become a full-time job, so pitchers listen up, it's time to work.

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