Tag Archives: Baseball And Sports Psychology

Yogi Berra: A Great Sports Psychologist

Yogi Berra who was a fierce competitor, with a unique and delightful sense of humor, knew how to put pitchers at ease when they struggled on the pitching mound. He told a story of going out to a pitcher who was having difficulty finding the strike zone. Wisely, Yogi said nothing about mechanics. He simply […]

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Sports Psychology For Baseball Players: How To Break A Hitting Slump And Pitching Slump In 90 Minutes

Over the years, I have counseled many baseball players. These have included major league players, college players, Division I baseball players and youngsters. I have also counseled many softball players. The issues they come to see me about most often are: hitting slumps, pitching slumps, conflicts with teammates or coaches, conflicts with parents or spouses, […]

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Derek Jeter’s Beautiful Inside Out Swing

The Yankee captain just got another key hit with that wonderful and special swing. It reminded of an article I wrote some time ago. http://www.northjersey.com/community-news/family/what-makes-jeter-so-special-1.934806

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Baseball Tips: New Research Explains Mental Toughness Among Pitchers

What does it take to be a mentally tough baseball pitcher. New article reveals new research from the field of sports psychology. http://tinyurl.com/8q6darb

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