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 Preparación Antes del Lanzamiento para los Bateadores
(4/18/2019)
 
   

Una filosofía de entrenamiento de béisbol


USA Baseball


El éxito de un bateador es íntimamente relacionado con el nivel de confianza que siente al plato. Igual que cualquier otro aspecto del deporte, la preparación mental contribuye mucho al resultado de cualquier turno al bate. Antes de entrar en la caja de bateo, el jugador debe saber la situación en la que se encuentra para que esté preparado mentalmente para lograr éxito. Aún más importante, el bateador debe creer en sus habilidades como jugador, y los entrenadores pueden ayudar con eso.

RUTINAS MENTALES

 ANTES DEL PARTIDO
Averiguar quién va a lanzar
Visualizar golpear sus lanzamientos
Observar al lanzador cuando está calentándose para ver el movimiento y la locación de los lanzamientos

 EN LA CASETA

Observar al lanzador
Hablar con bateadores previos
Buscar patrones
Buscar señales y cualquier cosa que hace el lanzador cuando tira lanzamientos diferentes

EN EL CÍRCULO DE ESPERA


Formular un plan para el turno al bate
Saber la situación
Anticipar los lanzamientos
Controlar las emociones

EN EL CAMINO AL PLATO

Mantener una actitud positiva
Creer que su preparación va a dar buenos resultados
No tener ninguna duda en sus habilidades
 RUTINAS FÍSICAS

EN EL CÍRCULO DE ESPERA


Relajarse
Lograr sincronización con el lanzador
Ver el punto de soltar y seguir la pelota
Enfocarse en la carga temprana (empezar antes del punto de soltar)
Respirar

EN LA CAJA DE BATEO


Usar la misma rutina para cada lanzamiento
Vaciar la mente (despejar todos los pensamientos después de cada lanzamiento)
Piloto Automático (dejar que los ojos tomen el control)
Confiar en si mismo
Acordarse de respirar

Como entrenador, debes reconocer las señales de alerta de cada bateador y ayudarles a enfocarse en los pensamientos positivos si empiezan a dudarse. Enseñar durante los partidos requiere reforzamiento positivo, nunca más que con los bateadores.


 Fake Bunt, Steal Third
(3/18/2019)
 
   

Fake Bunt, Steal Third


Monday Manager
By Tom Succow


In this edition of Monday Manager, four-time USA Baseball coaching alum Tom Succow discusses a well-executed fake bunt steal situation with a runner on second base.


Tom Succow, is a contributor to the USA Baseball Sport Development Blog, and is currently the assistant coach at Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona. In 2017, Succow retired as the Head Baseball Coach at Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix, Arizona, after 42 years at the helm. Succow accumulated over 700 wins during his tenure, as well as a state championship in 2006 and three state runner-up honors in 1982, 2007 and 2012. Succow is a four-time USA Baseball coaching alum, including an assistant coaching position with the 2003 16U National Team, which won the gold medal in the International Baseball Federation AA World Youth Championships in Taiwan. Succow was honored by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) as National Coach of the Year in 2007 and is a member of four Halls of Fames, being inducted into the Arizona Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame in 2003, the Brophy Hall of Fame in 2007, the National High School Baseball Coaches Association (BCA) Hall of Fame in 2013, and the Arizona High School Athletic Coaches Hall of Fame in 2016.


 Double off the Wall
(3/4/2019)
 
   

Double Off the Wall


Monday Manager
By Tom Succow


In this edition of Monday Manager, four-time USA Baseball coaching alum Tom Succow discusses a great baserunning and defensive play on a double off of the wall.


Tom Succow, is a contributor to the USA Baseball Sport Development Blog, and is currently the assistant coach at Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona. In 2017, Succow retired as the Head Baseball Coach at Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix, Arizona, after 42 years at the helm. Succow accumulated over 700 wins during his tenure, as well as a state championship in 2006 and three state runner-up honors in 1982, 2007 and 2012. Succow is a four-time USA Baseball coaching alum, including an assistant coaching position with the 2003 16U National Team, which won the gold medal in the International Baseball Federation AA World Youth Championships in Taiwan. Succow was honored by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) as National Coach of the Year in 2007 and is a member of four Halls of Fames, being inducted into the Arizona Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame in 2003, the Brophy Hall of Fame in 2007, the National High School Baseball Coaches Association (BCA) Hall of Fame in 2013, and the Arizona High School Athletic Coaches Hall of Fame in 2016.


 Attempt to Stretch a Single to a Double
(1/7/2019)
 
   

Attempt to Stretch a Single to a Double


Monday Manager
By Tom Succow


In this week’s edition of Monday Manager, four-time USA Baseball coaching alum Tom Succow discusses an attempt to stretch a single to a double.


Tom Succow, is a contributor to the USA Baseball Sport Development Blog, and is currently the assistant coach at Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona. In 2017, Succow retired as the Head Baseball Coach at Brophy College Preparatory in Phoenix, Arizona, after 42 years at the helm. Succow accumulated over 700 wins during his tenure, as well as a state championship in 2006 and three state runner-up honors in 1982, 2007 and 2012. Succow is a four-time USA Baseball coaching alum, including an assistant coaching position with the 2003 16U National Team, which won the gold medal in the International Baseball Federation AA World Youth Championships in Taiwan. Succow was honored by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) as National Coach of the Year in 2007 and is a member of four Halls of Fames, being inducted into the Arizona Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame in 2003, the Brophy Hall of Fame in 2007, the National High School Baseball Coaches Association (BCA) Hall of Fame in 2013, and the Arizona High School Athletic Coaches Hall of Fame in 2016.


 What's the Call? Catcher Interference
(12/27/2018)
 
   

What's the Call? Catcher Interference


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No balls, no strikes. With a runner charging home, the catcher moves into position to make the play, interrupting the hitters swing. What's the Call?

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