Learn about my workout programs for pitchers
Build functional strength the right way. Explore my pitching workouts and throwing programs for players who work hard and don't make excuses.
Developing proper mechanics is absolutely critical to a pitcher's success.
And one of the best ways to improve is by watching how big league pitchers use their bodies to deliver the ball to the plate. Watching clips of successful pitchers can give you visual cues of what correct pitching mechanics look like.
While every pitcher will develop his unique pitching style, good pitching mechanics will help a pitcher:
- Utilize the entire body as a single unit
- Reduce the amount of stress on the throwing arm
- Appear to be fluid or explosive
- Produce the greatest amount of velocity with the least amount of effort
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So let's get to it...
Take your time and study these 21 pitching clips because it really doesn't get any better than these pitching mechanics right here.
1. Clayton Kershaw
2. Max Scherzer
3. Chris Sale
4. Corey Kluber
5. Zack Greinke
6. Jake Arrieta
7. Jacob DeGrom
8. Felix Hernandez
9. Jose Fernandez
10. David Price
11. Gerrit Cole
12. Chris Archer
13. Madison Bumgarner
14. Dallas Keuchel
15. Johnny Cueto
16. Cole Hamels
17. Matt Harvey
18. Sonny Gray
19. Noah Syndergaard
20. Jon Lester
21. Francisco Liriano
Learn more about my workout programs for pitchers
One of the big misconceptions in baseball is that playing the game keeps you in shape to pitch. I wish that was true. It's not.
To get to the next level, preparation is everything. Big league pitchers spend far more time preparing to pitch than actually pitching.
If you believe adding velocity could be critical to your success, check out my conditioning and throwing programs for baseball pitchers of all ages.
What do you think?
Now it's time to hear from you:
Are there any MLB pitchers that I missed? Which pitcher has your favorite mechanics?
Or maybe you have an idea of how I can make this list even better.
Either way, leave a comment and let me know.
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