August 2017 / 4 posts found

Students From FBR Baseball Training Programs Rake in $8.042 Million In Signing Bonuses In 2017 MLB Draft

by Randy Sullivan
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Cape Cod League Is Where It’s At Last week I saw a tweet announcing the D1baseball.com top 25 prospects of the Cape Cod League. I clicked on the link and was thrilled with what I saw. I’ve said this before and it ruffled some feathers then, so it probably will again. In my humble opinion, if your collegiate summer league doesn’t include the Word’s Cape and Cod in its name, it may be a waste of time. But, the Cape Cod League is the real deal. Nowhere else can a young man test his mantle against the best amateur talent […]

Leaving Velo On The Table? Plenty Of First Timers At Our Baseball Training Programs Do it…

by Randy Sullivan
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A Case Study In Body Mechanics & Impact On Velocity   A few days ago I met a High School player named Jake (from Connecticut… not from State Farm) who illustrated perfectly the importanfce of physical constraints as they relate to mechanical efficiencies. First of all, Jake is an extremely driven guy and hard worker. He is a stud in the gym. He’s only 5’9”, and he weighs around 180 lbs, but he can deadlift and squat over 450 lbs. Yet, from the mound he tops out at 78 mph… Our Baseball Training Programs For Jake Start With Evals Before […]

What Is a Growth Plate Injury? What Do Our Baseball Training Programs Do To Fix Them?

by Randy Sullivan
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At our baseball training programs camps, we work with players of every age and experience level. It’s not uncommon to have a major league client on site, but it’s also not unusual to see a cool 9 year-old running around . Spring Training is beginning soon for major and minor league professionals, college and high school seasons are rolling and the young guys — middle schoolers and below — are launching into their rec and travel ball campaigns. About this time of year, as the arm pain management division of the Baseball Ranch® consortium, I field a lot of questions […]

FBR Baseball Training Programs Take Athlete From Elbow Pain To Team U.S.A.

by Randy Sullivan
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How Nelson Berkwich Made Team USA The 2020 Vandy commit from Boca Raton, FL was a low to mid 80s lefty when I met him on September 23, 2016. He and his father made the 3-hour drive to the Florida Baseball Ranch® for a Precision Strike One Day One-On-One Evaluation and Training session. How Our Baseball Training Programs Improved Efficiency We conducted a full head-to-toe physical assessment and a video analysis of his movement pattern. We noted a few mobility issues and a slightly elevated distal humerus and crafted a customized multi-dimensional training plan. Our baseball training camps and one-on-one […]