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The Goodbatting Book

Author : Kevin Wilson
ISBN : 1534718893
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For more than a decade, Kevin Wilson has been one of the most respected hitting coaches in the game. He works behind the scenes as a private hitting consultant to some of the best hitters in Major League Baseball. Now, for the first time ever in print, he takes you inside the mental game of hitting, explaining things you wish you knew before you got into high school, college or professional baseball. The term #GoodBatting is a mindset. It's a feel. It's simple. It's based on your WHY. It's filled with purpose and intent. It's individual. It's genuine. It's a complete understanding of YOU. It's confidence. It's clarity. It's controlled. It's repeatable. It's natural. Kevin takes you all-access inside his world of #GoodBatting. It's not only a mindset, but it's a way of life. Visit KWBaseball.com and follow Kevin on Twitter @KWBaseball

Science Of Hitting

Author : Ted Williams
ISBN : 9780671621032
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Features the legendary hitter's guidance in all the basics and finer points of hitting and includes his analysis of the great hitters of the seventies and the eighties, including Rose, Brett, Carew, and Murray

Catapult Loading System

Author : Joey D. Myers
ISBN : 1540817644
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"My son is 12 and I have used some of the teaching of the Hitting Performance Lab are posting on here and my son hit the ball over 280 feet several times already in the game, not just practices, and also hit the fence on the fly on 300 feet field, so what this guy is teaching works, a least for my son...He weighs about 110 now but ,what I have noticed is how consistent his power has become thank you so much for your help, I played 10 years of professional baseball, and I wish I could of used some of this advice."- Sandy ArecenaThis book is where Bill Nye the Science Guy meets Babe Ruth. Joey Myers uses human movement principles that are validated by science, to hitting a ball. With this system, Joey and literally hundreds of coaches across the nation are helping baseball and fast pitch hitters, to consistently triple their body-weight in batted ball distance.This Step-by-Step guide shows hitting coaches:* Why hitting philosophy fails and principles that are validated by science succeed* Why you shouldn't make video analysis FIRST priority when modeling elite hitters* What 30+ year coaching experience and pro players won't tell you, and how the information source you focus on can dramatically cut down your learning curve* How to become a hitting expert when you've never played higher than Little League* There's a BIG advantage to learning how the body actually loads (and it's not what you're thinking)* A simple method that helped Babe Ruth to consistently crush the ball with some of the heaviest bats ever used* SPECIFIC elite hitters revealing ways to hit high Ball Exit Speeds, swing after swing, using three elements even a 4yo can understand* At last, the secret to transitioning grooved batting practice swings into game at-bats is revealed

Play Ball

Author : James Buckley (Jr.)
ISBN : 0789485095
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Photographs and text, including tips from professional players, show how to warm up, select the right equipment, and play baseball.

The Mystery Fancier Vol 7 No 2 March April 1983

Author : Guy M. Townsend
ISBN : 9781434406378
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Mystery Fancier, Volume 7 Number 2, March-April 1983, contains: "Young Detective Kildare," by Evelyn Herzog, "The World of Nero Wolfe," by Asbjorn Skytte, "An Interview with Desmond Bagley," by Jane S. Bakerman and "Deduction in Duplicate," by Alan S. Mosier.

The Book Of Baseball 1911

Author : William Patten
ISBN : 9780486479576
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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One of the most sought-after documents of baseball's early days, this large-format hardcover features more than 220 game-action photos, publicity shots, and more. It explores the game's roots in the 1830s and the origins of the National and American leagues, and offers portraits of such stars as Ty Cobb, Cy Young, Joe Jackson, and others.

The Death Of Expertise

Author : Tom Nichols
ISBN : 9780190469412
Genre : Education, Higher
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The rise of the internet and other technology has made information more easily-accessible than ever before. While this has had the positive effect of equalizing access to knowledge, it also has lowered the bar on what depth of knowledge is required to consider oneself an "expert." A cult ofanti-expertise sentiment has coincided with anti-intellectualism, resulting in massively viral yet poorly informed debates ranging from the anti-vaccination movement to attacks on GMOs. This surge in intellectual egalitarianism has altered the landscape of debates - all voices are equal, and "fact"is a subjective term. Browsing WebMD puts one on equal footing with doctors, and Wikipedia allows all to be foreign policy experts, scientists, and more.As Tom Nichols shows in The Death of Expertise, there are a number of reasons why this has occurred - ranging from easy access to Internet search engines to a customer satisfaction model within higher education. The product of these interrelated trends, Nichols argues, is a pervasive distrust ofexpertise among the public coinciding with an unfounded belief among non-experts that their opinions should have equal standing with those of the experts. The experts are not always right, of course, and Nichols discusses expert failure. The crucial point is that bad decisions by experts can andhave been effectively challenged by other well-informed experts. The issue now is that the democratization of information dissemination has created an army of ill-informed citizens who denounce expertise. When challenged, non-experts resort to the false argument that the experts are often wrong. Though it may be true, but the solution is not to jettison expertise as an ideal; it is to improve our expertise. Nichols is certainly not opposed to information democratization, but rather the enlightenmentpeople believe they achieve after superficial internet research. He shows in vivid detail the ways in which this impulse is coursing through our culture and body politic, but the larger goal is to explain the benefits that expertise and rigorous learning regimes bestow upon all societies.

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