Vanderbilt Commit 2019 SS Anthony Volpe @anthonyvolpe7
- 6.6 Speed - 87mph infield arm strength - high level defender with quick loose hands at the plate
Super proud to see my man @ro1coleman
continue his success. He played for Vanderbilt’s National Championship team his freshman year and after leaving played a few years professionally. Working on his masters now and has started a business. He’s talking about his journey to some of the up and coming youth and what it took. I’ve been working with this guy since he was 8 years old. Time flies when you’re having fun and taking care of business. Keep it coming bro. Love you‼️#baseball
showing off his curveball variations.
Being able to adjust how you throw certain pitches can only help you. Not only does it add to your arsenal, but it can save you from a rough start.
Being able to mix pitch grips and add variation allows you to feel what’s working on certain days. It also develops more confidence to execute your pitches.
Shown above is the variation of Walker’s Spike CB vs. Traditional CB
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This is the thirty-fourth episode of the Average to Savage podcast featuring Houston Astros utilityman Tony Kemp. Paul Guarino talked with Tony Kemp discussing his upbringing, playing baseball at Vanderbilt University and his road to the MLB with the Houston Astros.
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Added more tape and some bat grip to this bad boy⚾️
Bomb squad takes a W going in extra innings in the snow!
I’m a pitcher, but I can still work the lumber(jack)🌲⚾️