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Cover of the Baseball pitching instruction book, Delivery

This book is designed and illustrated to make the baseball pitching delivery easily understood and learned. With an illustration on the left side and text on the right side, you can easily understand the text and information from the beginning of this baseball pitching book to the end. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to order it.

Many of the baseball books listed below are highly, highly recommended, as is the book, DELIVERY.

We Teach The Major League Baseball Pitching Form
Our Pitchers Learn To:

                             Prevent Arm Injury
                                     Increase Velocity
                                            Throw Consistent Strikes
                                                   Change Speeds
                                                          Handle Mental Aspects


Mental Aspects
Head Games: The Mental Advantage for Baseball Excellence – Walter Herbison
The Art of War – Sun Tzu
The Inner Game of Tennis – Timothy Galloway
Winning the Mental Way – Karlen Sugarman, M.A.
Zen in the Art of Archery – Eugen Herrigel and Daisetz T. Suzuki

Pitching Instruction
The Act of Pitching – Dr. John Bagonzi
The Art of Pitching – Tom Seaver
Best Kept Secrets of Major League Pitching – Larry Monroe
Coaching the Little League Pitcher – Randy Vorhees
Coaching Pitchers – Spanky McFarland
The Complete Book of Pitching – Doug Myers and Mark Gola
Inside Pitch – George Gmelch
Nolan Ryan's Pitcher's Bible – Nolan Ryan and Tom House
The Picture Perfect Pitcher – Tom House and Paul Reddick
The Picture Perfect Pitcher – Tom House and Paul Reddick
Pitch Like A Pro – Leo Mazzoni and Jim Rosenthal
The Pitching Edge – Tom House
Pitching Secrets of the Major League Pitcher – Wayne Stewart
Randy Johnson's Power Pitching – Randy Johnson and Jim Rosenthal
Seven Steps of Pitching – Andy Bernard

Pitcher's Biographies
Pitching in a Pinch – Christie Mathewson
Cy Young – by Reed Browning
A Pitcher's Story – David Cone by Roger Angell
Out of the Blue – Orel Hershiser with Jerry B. Jenkins
Heat – Dwight Gooden with Bob Klapisch

Fit to Pitch – Tom House
The Real Vitamin and Mineral Book – Dr. Shari Lieberman and Nancy Bruning
Optimum Sports Nutrition – Dr. Michael Colgan
Sports Health – William Southmayd, M.D. and Marshall Hoffman

Related Topics
Three Nights in August – Tony La Russa, by Buzz Bissinger
Pure Baseball – Keith Hernandez and Mike Bryan
Tim McCarver's Baseball for Brain Surgeons and Other Fans –

---Tim McCarver with Danny Peary
The Physics of Baseball – Robert K. Adair
Rainbows, Curve Balls – Ira Flatow

As a pitcher you are your own coach when you are on the mound. There might be 50,000 people in the stands, or no one, with one bench yelling encouragement while the other, discouragement, or not. 

Whatever the case, you are alone, you are by yourself, with a job that must be done. It is up to you to get it done.

You must know what adjustments to make if you suddenly find yourself in a situation where the ball is not doing what you want it to do the way you want it to do it. This is an extremely important part of your job, of pitching. You must learn your game and know it well. At the same time, you must maintain a calm inner being. You must be relaxed.
Learning the art of pitching takes lots of time, study, and infinite patience to be an effective pitcher. If there is a perfect way to do something, it can be learned. Learn the perfect way to pitch, and then practice diligently. Learning how to maintain a calm inner being, being completely relaxed, is easier than you think.

Scroll down for more information on both these pitching aspects.

"If you want to be the best, you must do what the best do."
                                                                                                                     ---Skip Murray

"That which you do not know, the doing will quickly teach you."
                                                                               ---Lao Tzu

Baseball players, as is the case with all athletes, perform at their highest level when they are relaxed. When the mind is clear the body is body to move freely and easily. When the body is moving freely, the athlete is able to perform at the highest level.
The question is, how does the athlete get to the point where he or she is constantly and consistently competing at that highest level? In other words, how does the athlete get to the point where his or her mind and body are completely clear and performing at peak level? Keep on reading, here is your answer.

One highly effective method is to use subliminal messaging software. This conditions your subconscious mind to work with your body at its optimum level. The technique is simple, you simply watch the proper subliminal message program as recommended, and your subconscious mind automatically learns to do the right things at the right time. It is as easy as that.

Winning Athlete Subliminal Message Software

So now, mind and body are working together, and that, my friends, 
is a winning combination.

Delivery - The Baseball Pitcher E-book by Skip Murray

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