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Apr, 2020

Simple Batting Drills to Do at Home

Little sluggers often have a problem where they swing in an uppercut motion, not unlike that of a golf swing. To fix this, set up as normal a tee, then use another tee and position it about one foot-and-a-half behind the other. The back tee will be about 6 inches above the front tee. The goal is to swing over the back tee and strike only the front tee. Continue practicing this swing until the child can regularly swing over the back tee and hit the front tee ball.

Have some old tires lying around? Batters must remain within the batter's box while swinging to remain balanced. Try this exercise to ingrain the habit of remaining in the box: place a pair of tires side by side, and make the batter stand in each tire with one foot. This lets the batter get the feeling of being in the box. Hitters may either hit a tee or by throwing the ball into the air. The key is for both feet, especially the front foot, to remain in the tire as the batter swings.

This update is by Danny Berry Baseball. Danny Berry provides an ideal setting for a youngster's initiation into the classic sport of baseball in an atmosphere designed to be fun and free of pressure. As a popular South Florida youth coach, Danny Berry strives to create a world of fun for boys, girls, and adults through a broad array of leagues, clinics, and baseball programs. For more information on Danny’s baseball summer clinic Miami, please call 305-281-0961.

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