Baseball Pitching: Slow Motion Drill
·        The Slow Motion Drill starts with the pitcher standing on the rubber, or a simulated rubber and without a ball.
·        The pitcher begins the pitching progression as slowly as possible.
·        This concentration drill allows the coach and the pitcher to look very closely at each progression of the motion and make corrections.
·        The pitcher throws an imaginary pitch and completes the progression with the follow through.