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Dustin Pease
Former Pro LHP (SD,IND) Author • Pitching Coach •🆂🅺🅸🅻🅻 Acquisition • CNS Zealot • CMD Facilitator • VelocityCOMPLEMENTS your ability to execute locations.
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Andy McKay Aug 13
The umpire says “PLAY Ball”. He doesn’t say “grind ball, work ball, stress ball, anxiety ball”. Games are fun. If your aren’t having fun, you also aren’t present. You are in the past or the future. Fun brings you to the moment, which is only way to compete for the next pitch.
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Dustin Pease Aug 13
I made a living off these calls 😁
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Bobby Stroupe Aug 13
The decisions you make BETWEEN workouts are the most important decisions for performance and life.
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Hector Rabago Aug 12
No need to break it down. 🔥
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Ross Grimsley Aug 13
Happy Lefthanders Day to all you southpaws. We are the only ones in our right mind. Hope everyone left & right handed have a safe & great day during these trying times.
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Jim Tarabocchia Aug 11
New episode of LokationNation this morning. ⁦⁩ and I discuss Pitch Design. Enjoy!
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Dustin Pease Aug 11
Fun one last week!
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Dustin Pease Aug 11
I paid attention to stats because I wanted to make sure I was outperforming everyone around me... While most gawked at my 82mph, I was advancing in the game & breaking records. Actual GAME PERFORMANCE was very important to my development. This was MY way.
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Dustin Pease Aug 11
Pitchers if someone is counting your throws or is having you count your throws for ‘arm care’ ... stop. Listen to your arm, your body. It will tell you what it needs. Do as many throws as you allow yourself. Arm care is intuitive. We can manage workload better.
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Dustin Pease Aug 11
Poor plans. Especially since winning isnt a primary intention of MILB. Hard to create any sort of system when there arent consequences. Pitchers develop themselves. Their own standards. Instilling standards is useful.
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Dustin Pease Aug 11
Amazing how some MLB organizations dont understand the impact winning has on player development.
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Michael McKenry Aug 10
You’re never too good to get better.
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Dustin Pease Aug 10
Replying to @TreadAthletics
Valid.
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Michael McKenry Aug 9
The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person who is doing it. - Chinese Proverb
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Tyler Yearby Aug 9
As coaches, we must investigate the interactions to influence the actions.
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Jeff frye Aug 9
Pitchers may be throwing harder but they are definitely not better. They are too focused on velocity and not so much on location.
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Kevin Wilson Aug 9
Be wise because the world needs more wisdom. - Neil Gaimen
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Dustin Pease Aug 8
PITCHING is all about LOCATION.
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Bobby Stroupe Aug 8
Know who you are. Let the world find out on their own time.
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Dustin Pease Aug 8
Replying to @Teacherman1986
Yes thanks for taking the time.
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