Monthly Archives: February 2017

Feb 13

Pitching Inside: What You Need To Know, Pt. 3

By Dan Blewett | For Players

In part 1, we discussed generalities of pitching inside – why you do it, when you do it, and when you don’t do it. These are the crucial foundation. In part two, we discussed specific locations and the results that they get. Here in part three, we’ll talk about a few specific hitter tendencies, approaches and situations in […]

Feb 11

Pitching Inside: What You Need To Know Pt.2

By Dan Blewett | For Players

Part one of this series entailed reasons and theory behind pitching inside. In part two of Pitching Inside, we will discuss the following specific locations: Up and In Under the Hands Down and In In-Middle (NOT middle-in) Up-Middle (why it’s better as a strikeout pitch than an inside location)

Feb 09

Pitching Inside: What You Need to Know Pt.1

By Dan Blewett | For Players

Pitching inside is somewhat misunderstood. Old-timers swear by it; hitters both say that they love and hate it; young pitchers are scared to do it. During my career, I made a living on the inner part of the plate, where I came to know the ins and outs (pun intended) of the pitch pretty well. […]

Feb 07

Left Handed Pick Off Moves

By Dan Blewett | For Players

GUEST POST | BY DUSTIN PEASE Dan’s Note: I want to thank Dustin for taking the time to share his insight on left handed pick off moves. This is a topic that is under-appreciated, and is best taught by a southpaw who has lived it. He and I were opponents in college, and had similar journeys […]

Feb 05

I’m Retiring.

By Dan Blewett | For Players

Note: Since 2012, I sent out a weekly update to a newsletter list of family, friends and many clients called You’re My Boy, Blew. It was a way for me to privately share what was going on in my career without excluding or forgetting people. This was the last installment, Volume 60.     My […]