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Hitting / Tracking the Ball

by Al Leboeuf

LeBoeuf, after attending Eastern Connecticut State University, he played for Philadelphia Phillies organization from 1981-1988. LeBoeuf was a coach in the Phillies organization from 1989 to 1992, and managed from 1993-1998. From 2001-2005 he coached in the New York Mets organization. From 2007-2009 he coached in the Toronto Blue Jays organization. Since 2010 he has been associated with the Milwaukee Brewers organization in various coaching positions, and is currently the minor league hitting instructor.

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Coach Al Lebeouf shares a tip on seeing the baseball as hitters, and why so many young players miss this important step in this video tip. Tracking the baseball is an art, and it requires your eyes to stay locked on the ball as it travels towards home. The youth player tends to make a mistake in this process by moving his head to track the ball. This will lead to the player loosing his balance which will take all the power out of the swing.
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