Updated: November 30, 2021
Published: June 2, 2021
In its simplest of terms, the strike zone is an invisible box that extends from the bottom of the batter's knees to the top of their shoulders. The exact location of the strike zone varies slightly from pitcher to pitcher and umpire to umpire, but the corners are always set at 17 inches from each batter's plate. All pitches thrown inside that location are considered "strikes".
Updated: March 25, 2021
Tanner hitting bundles have been personally selected by our team - pairing Tanner batting tees with essential training tools like the Hitting Deck, a batting practice net, or a wide range of training baseballs.
Updated: September 1, 2021
Remember the day you hit your first home run in baseball? It was the day you realized you could do anything! The big leagues were just a few thousand travel ball miles away. If we could just hit .330 and 25 home runs every season, we'd have a shot at The Show. So what does it take to hit home runs, and, moreover, should we be coaching hitters to hit more home runs? Or should hitting practice and the mental approach to hitting focus on powerful, good swings that will ultimately lead to home runs?
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