Cappy's Cage

  1. Put yourself in an environment where you can do good and learn more about the process of getting consistant positive results. A controlled environment with a good instructor is a good place to build confidence, much more so in game situations at the younger ages.

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  2. Wherever our head goes, our body follows. For a hitter we want to limit head movement and put our eyes in the best position to see the ball 60 feet 6 inches.

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  3. Speaking on youth baseball coaches ages 6-12 . These are usually volunteer coaches who aren't necessarily experts. Please don't make the mistake of thinking these people will develop your son. Seek out expert, professional training to enhance skill levels.

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  4. Having a good young ball player is great but you shouldn't be trying to become the best 10 or 12 year old. Look for a long-term sustainable player development plan.

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  5. Many errors are committed by lack of preparation both physically and mentally. Here are a few tips to better train to be in the right spot at the right time.

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Cappy's Cage

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Baseball instruction and other valuable information for the serious player and their parents, advisors, and coaches. I'am Aaron Capista. I was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the second round of the 1997 MLB draft out of high school in the Chicagoland…


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Baseball instruction and other valuable information for the serious player and their parents, advisors, and coaches. I'am Aaron Capista. I was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in the second round of the 1997 MLB draft out of high school in the Chicagoland area. Played 5 years in the Boston Red Sox organization. Now a teacher, trainer, and mentor for those that want it. Inspired to teach and motivate because of my passion and vision. Each athlete is unique and needs to be trained accordingly.

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