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Dustin Pease
Former Pro LHP (SD, KC, IND) |Author | Speaker | Pitching Coach | Mission: Command = Success. Velocity COMPLEMENTS your ability to command. Skill Acquisition.
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Dustin Pease 3h
Replying to @esim3400
Geez glad I didnt throw 83-84 and get signed by 2 affiliates 😱😂
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Michael McKenry 9h
His confidence and intent on each pitch is incredible. All three breaking balls in different locations but all same result for the hitter. He is sequencing his pitcher better and better and start to disrupt timing. watch out!!!! always doing great work
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Jon Beck 5h
Players: At the end of the day... No excuses; no explanations. Have a plan & purpose if you’re serious about success. You must crave self improvement. Spend time becoming a better player. Game speed reps, conditioning, nutrition, training. It’s no one else’s job. It’s on you.
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Dustin Pease 4h
Replying to @lokationnation
2-3 feet*
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Dustin Pease 4h
Replying to @OffBizHybrids
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Dustin Pease 4h
Replying to @OffBizHybrids
Dont prioritize tracking? Dont care if you strikeout looking...
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Official Business 4h
And when you're the only one that doesn't stick with the pitch, all credibility is lost when you complain afterwards.
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Dustin Pease 4h
Imagine an umpire that only tracked the ball to about 2-3 ahead of catcher impact and left their gaze in that location... oh wait thats an electronic zone. If calls can be determined by impact, and be manipulated at impact...track the ball to impact, and watch whats happening.
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Dustin Pease 5h
In case you’re wondering... Umpires can peripherally acknowledge if you tracked the ball to their call, and where they called it. The brains ability to process decisions & swings on a strike zone that may be getting manipulated only aids your strategy to combat.
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Dustin Pease 5h
To the hitters. Every time you take a pitch & dont track it to the glove, you’re giving me information about ur emphasis on tracking, & its usually information that gets you out. Combatting a commander requires tracking ball to final destination that affects decision making.
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Dustin Pease 5h
My entire life I was told I didnt throw hard enough... Despite those capping my value based on my velocity, I kept advancing, I kept embarrassing hitters, & kept giving myself my best chance to PITCH how I wanted to and how I identified who I was. “Outlier”
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Dustin Pease 5h
You cant get away with 99mph mistakes anymore??? Drat... Hitters will only get better yall. The more they SEE something the margins will sway. And we can save the what about 88mph mistakes... Mistakes are mistakes and hitters will expose them at any speed eventually.
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Dustin Pease 5h
Replying to @OneGun45
Quality tweet.
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Dustin Pease 5h
If you havent already. is a must follow. ☑️☑️☑️
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Dustin Pease 13h
Replying to @jeffbajenaru
Ohhh 😱😱😱
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Jeff Badge-In-Arrow Mar 18
This is awesome!
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Dustin Pease 13h
Replying to @jeffbajenaru @MLB
Ill take your word for it.
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Dustin Pease 13h
Replying to @dthurston11 @MLB
You’re experiencing the travesties of the business. Potentially ELITE pitchers may never get those opportunities to produce those careers. In your sons case, hes already throwing harder than Mark Bhuerle. Not that he’s him, but who knows what the future could bring or wont.
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Dustin Pease 13h
Replying to @dthurston11 @MLB
I mean thats good. He wasnt facing tremendous hitters for what its worth. But it would be worth seeing what he can do against better ones... All he can do is what he can do. And he can prob DO better than some other guys chuckin harder with less results. There for a reason.
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Dustin Pease 13h
Replying to @dthurston11 @MLB
What level last year?
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