Monthly Archives: October 2014

Oct 28

Preparing to Enter the Game As A Reliever

By Dan Blewett | For Players

Upon returning from my first real season as a reliever, I was asked a recurrent question: How did you handle not knowing when you’d go into the game? For some pitchers, preparing to enter the game as a reliever can be a very anxious experience, and I’ve heard the following quote from numerous former pitchers: I […]

Oct 07

Advanced Shoulder Care In a Group Setting

By Dan Blewett | For Parents and Coaches

If you are familiar with any of the top shoulder / baseball / physical therapy minds in the industry, you’ve probably seen some interesting methods of strengthening the throwing arm and cleaning up dysfunction. But, much of what you’ll find that’s being performed on Major League pitchers and other high-level athletes is performed largely on a […]

Oct 06

Sports: They Don’t Define You.

By Dan Blewett | For Parents and Coaches

I often hear from parents that young athletes come down too hard on themselves when they underperform. Physical errors and mental blunders are a part of the game, albeit a dark part. All of us athletes get upset when we perform poorly; if we didn’t, we wouldn’t be athletes in the first place. The competitive nature […]