Success on the mound doesn't always translate to success as a pitching coach. Some of the very best pitchers in baseball aren't always very good pitching coaches. And it should also be mentioned that some of the very best pitching coaches weren't necessairly the best pitchers during their playing days. In this article, I want to share with you a few ways that you can become a better pitching coach by creating and developing your own coaching philosophy - and then by getting your pitching staff to "buy in" to your style.
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