The Flip Drill is the next step in our fundamental hitting drills. The flipper moves according to the location the hitter is working. For an inside pitch, the ball should be tossed at the hitter's front hip, allowing him to work on pulling the ball. For a middle pitch, the ball should be tossed from a 45-degree angle in front of the hitter. The ball should head toward the hitter's belt buckle, forcing the hitter to get his hands through a middle pitch and hit a line drive up the middle.

Posted by

I'm a youth sports coach - love to surf! Football, Baseball, Basketball, Volleyball, Soccer and Swimming

Related Posts

1) 1v1 Drill Superb dribbling skills can be very useful for wide players. They must be able to beat...

For player specific terminology, we will use the phrase ‘bottom arm’ to refer to the entire limb...

Regarded as one of the top offensive minds in the sport, Penn State coach Jeff Tambroni is in his...

Have you done this? What can you add to this tip?