With league and school sports picking play back up, it’s natural to be both anxious to get back on the field, but also nervous given the ongoing state of the coronavirus pandemic. If you are looking to join up with your team and return to play, but are also conscious of staying safe, here are some helpful tips to protect both yourself, and your equipment, while still enjoying playing the game.
For many, the last two months feel like they have lasted 20 years. Countless moments and memories have been lost, never having the chance to materialize. And in the case of graduating athletes, they lost their chance to rightfully say goodbye in their last game.
Pitching a baseball requires more skill than any other position on the diamond. And with the pressure of the eight other players counting on you to succeed, you need to be prepared and able to consistently execute your pitches. To make sure you are throwing with velocity and with pinpoint accuracy the next time you take to the mound, try out these five drills you can do at home in your own backyard.