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Title: Efficient and Effective Batting Practice


1
Efficient and Effective Batting Practice
  • Nino Giarratano
  • University of San Francisco

2
Efficient
  • Organization Executing Your Plan
  • Practice BP (60 minutes)
  • Quality is never an accident it is always the
    result of high intention, sincere effort,
    intelligent direction and skillful execution it
    represents the wise choice of many alternatives.
  • -William A. Foster

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Keys to a Successful Batting Practice Session
  • I. Organization and Communication
  • II. Balance Between Freedom and Structure
  • III. CULTURE
  • IV. Teach them to fish (How vs. What)

4
  • PRACTICE PLAN
  • Without discipline the Army would be just a
    bunch of guys wearing the same color clothing.
    - Frank Burns

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  • 200PM DYNAMIC WARM UP
  • 215PM LEAD UP DRILLS TEE WORK 3 GROUPS OF
    8 5 MINUTES PER STATION
  • SIDE TOSS
  • SHORT BAT
  • 230PM ATTACK STATIONS
  • LIVE BASERUNNING DEFENSE CAGES
    VISUALIZATION
  • GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3 GROUP
    4 GROUP 5
  • QUINTERO LIPKIN MORIOKA MAHOOD
    MURAKAMI
  • CHAVEZ YARROW DITTMANN
    ABEL ESCOBAR
  • AGATE LUJAN MATERN KIM
    BRAUNECKER
  • JOHNSON MOTT BERNATZ DENHAM
    CLEAR
  • HIGGS BALOG POPPERT
    ETHEL
  • LIVE ROUNDS I. OPPO DRIVE LIVE
    STATIONS I. LET IT FLY
  • II. WHOLE PLATE II. DEPTH OF CONTACT
  • III. WHOLE PLATE III. BALL FLIGHT / APPROACH
    ANGLE / LOCATION

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Prepare the Body and the Mind
  • 200PM DYNAMIC WARM UP
  • Breathe / Flush / Set Goals
  • 215PM LEAD UP DRILLS TEE WORK
  • SIDE TOSS
  • SHORT BAT
  • 3 GROUPS 5 MINUTES PER STATION
  • Work Smart

7
Structure
  • 230PM OFFENSIVE STATIONS
  • LIVE BASERUNNING
    DEFENSE CAGES
    VISUALIZATION
  • GROUP 1 GROUP 2
    GROUP 3 GROUP 4
    GROUP 5
  • QUINTERO LIPKIN
    MORIOKA MAHOOD
    MURAKAMI
  • CHAVEZ YARROW DITTMANN
    ABEL ESCOBAR
  • AGATE LUJAN MATERN
    KIM BRAUNECKER
  • JOHNSON MOTT BERNATZ
    DENHAM CLEAR
  • HIGGS BALOG
    POPPERT ETHEL
  • LIVE ROUNDS I. OPPO DRIVE LIVE
    STATIONS I. LET IT FLY
  • II. WHOLE PLATE
    II. DEPTH OF CONTACT
  • III. WHOLE PLATE
    III. BALL FLT / APPROACH ANGLE / LOCATION
  • IV. 3 1 COUNT IV.
    DUGOUT PREPARATION / ROUTINE
  • V. ON DECK PREPARATION NO
    BAT

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Effective Maximizing Time Development
  • 5 Stations Around the Bubble
  • Depth of Contact
  • Location / Angle / Direction
  • In the Hole
  • On Deck Preparation
  • Swing

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Freedom
  • BASERUNNING 1B 1 OUT (EXTENTION / DECISION)
  • 2B 0 OUTS (GET AHEAD ON THE GROUND)
  • 3B 1 OUT (DOWN ANGLE)
  • CAGES ROLE SPECIFIC EXECUTION
  • VISUALIZATION Shoebox IN THE PRESSBOX

10
  • GAME DAY
  • Talent without discipline is like an octopus on
    roller skates. Theres plenty of movement, but
    you never know if its going to be forward,
    backwards, or sideways.
  • - H. Jackson Brown Jr.

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Pace Maximizing Time Repetition
  • 384 pitches hit 64 pitches taken (1 pitch every
    round) 83.5 accuracy
  • 2,400 seconds in 40 minutes
  • -60 seconds (20 seconds in between groups to
    rotate)
  • 2,340 seconds 4 groups 585 seconds / group
  • 585 seconds (4 hitters X 4 rounds / hitter
    16) 36 seconds / round
  • 3 seconds to exit the cage 3 seconds to enter,
    leaves you 30 seconds / round.
  • 30 seconds / round 6 pitches (5 hit 1
    taken) 5 SECONDS / PITCH

12
  • GAME DAY PREPARATION
  • CL POS
    CL POS
  • 1A E Morioka
    C / LF 1B B Lipkin
    OFF
  • R Dittmann 1B
    R Yarrow 1B
  • E Lujan 2B / 3B
    E Kim
    LF
  • B Clear SS
    B Bernatz CF / RF
  • CL POS CL
    POS
  • 2A B Abel
    2B 2B E Escobar LF / 3B
  • B Braunecker 3B
    R Johnson RF
  • R Higgs C / 1B
    B Ethel CF
  • R Balog 1B
    B Poppert SS
  • DIAMOND ROUND 1 OPPO DRIVE SWINGS 5
    CAGES ROLE SPECIFIC
  • ROUND 2 GAP TO GAP SWINGS 5 EXECUTION
  • ROUND 3 GAP TO GAP SWINGS 5
  • ROUND 4 3 1 APPROACH SWINGS 5

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CLASS E EXECUTIONERS
  • REPS EXECUTION
    REPS EXECUTION REPS
    EXECUTION
  • ROUND 1 3 HIT RUN
    1 SAC. 5
    1 SAC. 3
  • ROUND 2 3 MOVE RUNNERS
    1 SLASH 5 1
    SLASH 3
  • ROUND 3 3 SCORE RUNNERS
    1 DRAG 1
    PUSH
  • ROUND 4 5 SWINGS FB WHOLE
    PLATE
  • ALTERNATE / MIX PITCHES
  • ALTERNATE LOCATIONS
  • CAGE ROUND 1 5 DRAG / PUSH
  • ROUND 2 5 2 STRIKE APPROACH
  • ROUND 3 4 5 FB WHOLE PLATE

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CLASS B BALANCED ATTACK
  • REPS EXECUTION
    REPS EXECUTION REPS
    EXECUTION
  • ROUND 1 3 HIT RUN
    1 SAC. 5
    1 SAC. 3
  • ROUND 2 3 MOVE RUNNERS
    2 FIRM IN
  • ROUND 3 3 SCORE RUNNERS
    2 SOFT AWAY
  • ROUND 4 5 SWINGS FB WHOLE
    PLATE
  • ALTERNATE / MIX PITCHES
  • ALTERNATE LOCATIONS
  • CAGE ROUND 1 5 MOVE RUNNERS
  • ROUND 2 5 2 STRIKE APPROACH
  • ROUND 3 4 5 FB WHOLE PLATE

15
CLASS R - RUN PRODUCERS
  • REPS EXECUTION
    REPS EXECUTION
  • ROUND 1 2 HIT RUN 3
    MOVE RUNNERS
  • ROUND 2 3 MOVE RUNNERS 2
    FIRM IN
  • ROUND 3 3 SCORE RUNNERS 2
    SOFT AWAY
  • ROUND 4 5 SWINGS FB WHOLE PLATE
  • ALTERNATE / MIX PITCHES
  • ALTERNATE LOCATIONS
  • CAGE ROUND 1 5 MOVE RUNNERS
  • ROUND 2 5 2 STRIKE
    APPROACH
  • ROUND 3 4 5 WHOLE PLATE

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  • Through repetition and time, habits eventually
    bury themselves so deeply into the coding of
    human thought and behavior that they ultimately
    often override conscious choice. As the saying
    goes, we begin controlling our habits. In time,
    our habits control us.
  • - William James

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Teaching
  • 1. Physical Mechanics
  • 2. Mental 10 Mental Disciplines

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10 ds
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Teaching
  • 1. Physical Mechanics
  • 2. Mental 10 Mental Disciplines
  • 3. Vision Batting Practice Stations
  • Coordinate Bullpens for Tracking
  • 4. Approach Batting Practice Chart

21
Effective
  • CHARTING BATTING PRACTICE
  • WHO YOU SELECT TO KEEP THE CHART
  • 1. MUST UNDERSTAND THE MECHANICS OF EACH HITTERS
    SWING
  • 2. IS OUT OF BP THAT DAY

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Execution
  • Guessing what the pitcher is going to throw is
    eighty percent of being a successful hitter. The
    other twenty percent is just execution.
  • Hank Aaron

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Execution
  • Moving Runners / Scoring Runners
  • 1. Small focus Top Inside Part of the Ball
  • 2. Reinforces Mechanics
  • 3. Relaxed / Confident in Game Situations

27
Execution
  • Cutting The Plate 2 / 3 vs. 1 / 3
  • Manny would rather die than go to bat without a
  • Plan. He likes to say, Ill give the pitcher
    this much of the plate, but if he misses here,
    hes mine.
  • -Don Mattingly on Manny Ramirez

28
Execution
  • Hit Pitches You Are Capable Of Hitting
  • 1. Balance
  • 2. Rhythm
  • 3. Aggressive

29
Connecting the Physical Mental Approach
  • Rhythm Load Slow Early
  • Approach Stay in the Middle of the Field
    React
  • Vision See it Easy Early
  • Balance Stay Within Yourself

30
  • 200PM DYNAMIC WARM UP
  • 215PM LEAD UP DRILLS TEE WORK 3 GROUPS OF
    8 5 MINUTES PER STATION
  • SIDE TOSS
  • SHORT BAT
  • 230PM ATTACK STATIONS
  • LIVE BASERUNNING DEFENSE CAGES
    VISUALIZATION
  • GROUP 1 GROUP 2 GROUP 3 GROUP
    4 GROUP 5
  • QUINTERO LIPKIN MORIOKA MAHOOD
    MURAKAMI
  • CHAVEZ YARROW DITTMANN
    ABEL ESCOBAR
  • AGATE LUJAN MATERN KIM
    BRAUNECKER
  • JOHNSON MOTT BERNATZ DENHAM
    CLEAR
  • HIGGS BALOG POPPERT
    ETHEL
  • LIVE ROUNDS I. OPPO DRIVE LIVE
    STATIONS I. LET IT FLY
  • II. WHOLE PLATE II. DEPTH OF CONTACT
  • III. WHOLE PLATE III. BALL FLIGHT / APPROACH
    ANGLE / LOCATION

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360i Coach
  • The most efficient and effective tool we use.

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360i Coach Applications
  • 1. PRACTICES
  • 2. GAMES
  • 3. MEETINGS
  • 4. RECRUITING
  • 5. ALUMNI / DONOR RELATIONS

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  • TRAIN - TRUST - FLY
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