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  • cosmo34
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    Ripken drill was one I learned from a D1 school at their camp, and later on I saw it in one of his videos, so I went with the Ripken drill as that might be a little more recognizable than the "UNI Drill". The rest are mostly common knowledge, and be found with the search button

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  • PhillsPhan11
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    I just want to know some drills that I can do to keep my swing in form. I also would like to know them in case I develop any bad habits. Where can I learn to do the drills you named?

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  • cosmo34
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    Not a drill, but an essential. Keep your eyes locked on where the pitcher would be, then track an imaginary ball into the hitting zone, and swing just as if you were getting pitched to. And place the ball so that the middle two seams are facing you (think where you would grip for a two seamer) and focus on hitting the inside seam. This will help focus on staying inside it.

    Drills- these are limitless.

    Ripken drill, aka step-back drill. Lift your front leg all the way back towards you until you are completely straight up and down on your back leg, then step forward and swing. Exaggerates the weight shift.

    Going through game situations in your mind is a good one. Top hand, bottom hand, different zones, tee is limitless. Might need to not be so broad in your question

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  • DerekD
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    There are many drills you can do off of a tee. You can also do most of them via soft toss. Is there something you're specifically trying to work on?

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  • PhillsPhan11
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    Tee Drills

    What are some drills I can do off a tee into a net. I know I can work different locations but are there any drills I can do also?

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