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Hitter on Schedule for Greatness

by Coach Huber
How do you know your on schedule for greatness as a hitter? This is quite the question that only a ball player who looks forward to a bright future would ask and I would ask all of you who read this article to really contemplate this question. Obviously a natural ball player who is super gifted has a better chance than the rest; but even the super gifted hit cross roads that put their career to a screeching halt. So in this article I am going to give you the ultimate guide to give you a clue if you are [...]

Minor League Players Hunting for Power- Come to Moneyball for help!

by Coach Huber
Minor League Player Contacts Moneyball for Help Recently we got a call from a minor league outfielder on the 40 man roster for the KC Royals. He is just a step away from being a major contributor and this year he needs to improve his hitting to get his chance.   Normally a .275 hitter between 12-15 homers a year, this hitter is big (6'3, 230) and fast (4.5 forty time). In the Minor Leagues it is rare that someone hits for power and good average, but we both agreed that these numbers were not good enough to really get the [...]

How to Hit Your Way from Minor League to Major League

by Coach Huber
Want to Be in the Major League? Most Minor League players end their baseball career because they cannot hit. The Minor Leagues is a trap for hitters and Mike Huber, Lead Columnist and Hitting Specialist for Moneyball Hitter Magazine, tells the truth as to why hitters generally get worse in the Minors. If you are Minor League player and do not have a plan on how you will put up the numbers needed to make it to the Bigs than you will never make it! Here the plan here!