Train your players to compete at the plate and help them build a disciplined, explosive swing
- Strengthen hitting muscles and increase bat speed
- Train arm swing hitters to gain separation and hit the ball harder
- Help hitters find their "hit spots" and drive the ball
with Bill Mosiello,
Texas Christian University Associate Head Coach/Hitting Coach;
back-to-back College World Series appearances (2014-15); 2015 TCU led the Big 12 in batting average(.285)
Tabbed by Baseball America as one of the nation's top assistant coaches, Bill Mosiello has over 25 years of coaching experience, including seven years of managing teams in the minor leagues. Most recently he lead the AA Arkansas Travelers in the Angels organization where he tutored Mike Trout for nearly two seasons. He began his career at Cerritos College, winning two California state junior college championships in his first four years as head coach. Mosiello has received Manager of the Year honors twice in the Alaska Summer League (1990, 1991) and once in the Cape Cod Baseball League (1998).
Successful hitters are built in the cage with hard work and discipline. Now, you can help your players build a winning approach at the plate with an explosive swing and exceptional game day focus.
TCU associate head coach, Bill Mosiello, shares his successful hitting program with tips and insights for developing competitive hitters. Coach Mosiello walks you through individual and team batting sessions that will help players gain confidence, focus mentally and learn how to compete at the plate.
Coach Mosiello outlines the foundation of what makes hitters successful with plan to capitalize on one's mental approach and plate discipline development, combined with fundamental swing absolutes and power techniques.
See live demonstrations of drills for improving rhythm, barrel awareness, strength, momentum, separation, focus, and competitive desire to succeed offensively. Using this program, you'll learn how to:
- Increase bat speed - Using a series of one arm drills and weight jackets, your hitters will strengthen their hitting muscles without changing their swings. Many of these drills can be done individually or with a teammate.
- Create a more powerful swing - These drills help those "arm swing only" hitters create separation and momentum in their swing. Generating separation will allow players to hit the ball harder. Coach Mosiello also shares drills that show hitters to stay back on the ball and concentrate on each pitch.
- Use offset batting practice to teach directional hitting - This drill brings it all together to help hitters find their "hit spots," make adjustments and identify the pitch they can drive.
Coach Mosiello provides drills and strategies that allow players to embrace their individual style while improving their weaknesses. Utilizing this knowledge can help athletes make the adjustments necessary to build a powerful swing.
59 minutes. 2015.Baseball Videos