Scouting Pitchersby Max Semler12,00 $
A must watch if you want to know what scouts are looking for in pitchers.
In this video, Full Time Scout Max Semler goes over what scouts look for in pitchers. He talks about body types and athleticism. He covers arm action and delivery, going over look for's, concerns and red flags. He then talks about the "stuff", Fastall, Curveball/Slider and Change up. What makes all of these effective. The next to last video covers command and control, extremely important when evaluating pitchers. The final video is a summary.
If you are a coach and are interested in what scouts look for and why, this will be very informative. For pitchers, this will give information needed to help with your development. The arm action and delivery section alone will be extremely informative, this section may help you prevent an injury in the future, may help you clean up a command/control issues.
Max has found the perfect blend of giving the important information needed for coaches and players without getting into to much detail.12,00 $
Position Player Scoutingby Max Semler12,00 $
This video give coaches and players a blue print for how the get players noticed by a scout...what do scouts want to see, it's covered here.
Max Semler, New York Mets veteran area scout covers what scouts look for in position players. He talks physical builds, athleticism, growth and strength potential and how these factors affect how scouts evaluate a player. He spends time explaining what attributes are important in projecting hitters. Max covers indicators of power potential. He discusses an avg run time home to 1st and in the 60. He talks about how important the run tool is on defense, how it can make or break a scout writing up a player. He will then discuss defense and throwing, breaking down by outfielders, infielders and catchers. In the last section, Max will summarize what he discussed.
This lesson is valuable for both coaches and players. For coaches, it tells what tools are important and why. For players, it helps identify where they need to make adjustments and improve their game.12,00 $