Hitting Station


It is our belief that Hitting Stations are an essential component of any batting practice. PLAYERS TODAY DON’T SWING ENOUGH.


Most of the problem with their lack of success at the plate has to do with how few swings they get at practice and how limited their practices are. Hitting stations allow players to receive that necessary repetition as well as to work on specific aspects of their swing.


We have designed our place in a way that when any player visits our place he or she will be able to take as many swings as possible in a given practice.


The following are some examples of drills that are available to you when you visit 5 Tools Batting Cage & Training Facility.

  •  Regular Tee Drill
  •  One Hand Drill
  •  Knee Rotated Drill
  •  Knee Drill
  •  Soft Toss
  •  Rapid Fire
  •  Two Balls Drill
  •  Doughnut Drill
  •  Walking Drills
  •  Back Toss Drill

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Hitting

Station

"Hitting is the most difficult thing to do in sports." Ted Williams
Most youngsters think you grip the bat with your hands. You don't! You grip it with your fingers." Stan Musial

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Agility

Footwork

A balanced stance in hitting is nothing more than a modification of the "athletic stance" which is important in all sports.

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Hand

Conditioning

With this drill we practice grounders, short and long throws, running toss and underhand toss while maintaining alertness to the changing requirements of the catch and throw from each new position.