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Mets Curtis Granderson Review

Curtis Granderson Review

by Coach Huber
Curtis Granderson Super star out fielder, Curtis Granderson, of the Mets, formerly New York Yankees and had quite a career with the Detroit Tigers as one of their better left-handed hitters in pro baseball. With the Yankees, Curtis Granderson has been benched and a decision has been made by Joe Giradi and hitting coach Kevin Long to re-work Granderson’s swing during the season to get him back to form. Curtis Granderson has consistently been an over 30 home run player in the major leagues and his batting average has always been well over the norm. It seems that Granderson has [...]

Cubs: Kris Bryant Review

by Coach Huber
Rarely will you find a hitter like Kris Bryant coming up folks. Even more rare is how he explains his approach in this article. Only about 5 percent of the hitters out in baseball have an approach like this. This article is the sole reason for my business and why I try to educate so many people who really want to learn next level hitting.   The approach that Kris Bryant takes part in is usually not lower in the minor leagues but he and his father have been using the approach since Kris Bryant of the Cubs was little. Basically, [...]
MLB: Kansas City Royals-Review

Royals – Moustakas Review

by Coach Huber
Moustakas History 2007-2010 Moustakas was drafted by the Kansas City Royals with the second overall pick of the 2007 amateur draft. He signed with the team on August 15, 2007, receiving a reported signing bonus of $4 million. Entering 2009, Moustakas was widely regarded as one of the top baseball prospects in all of minor league baseball. The Sporting News ranked Moustakas as the 13th-best prospect overall, while MLB.com listed Moustakas as their 11th-best prospect in all of baseball. Moustakas, however, had trouble adjusting to the Carolina League in 2009.   While his power remained, his ability to hit for a [...]