Pitching 101: Stop Being A Spectator





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: Stop Being A Spectator
The game is tied - runners on 1st and 2nd - you leave a fastball up and it gets blasted to the left-center gap. Your pissed, emotions instantly take over, your mind gets flooded with the inevitable outcome of that double, you literally have no idea whats going on, the mound has became a deserted island. Well snap out of it - suck it up - and stop being a spectator.

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