Hitting

“IF YOU CAN NOT MEASURE IT, YOU CAN NOT IMPROVE IT!”

The Baseball Center NYC has partnered with

The result is our new signature program, TBCNYC’s Hitting Membership.

How, What and Why do we measure?

Blast Motion
The foundation of the program is to provide key performance indicators in a player’s swing. The swings are broken into Pre-Impact and Post-Impact. The Pre-Swing provides the details of Swings Quality Scores, Swings Metrics, and Impact Metrics. The Post-Impact of Ball Fight displays the results of your swing. The combination of all the metrics creates the full picture of your swing with a helpful explanation.

How do we communicate?

Driveline Baseball TRAQ
TRAQ is the hub for coaches, players and families to organize everything needed to improve as a player. Simply, it’s the place to track data, visualize it, and most importantly understand it. Workout schedules, your athlete’s personalized program, goal setting , as well as the ability to upload videos and data from different hitting and pitching technologies.


PRICING

$900/Player

January – March (Winter)

April – June (Spring)

September – November (Fall)

THREE-MONTH MEMBERSHIP

$1680/Player

January – June

20% off TBCNYC Swing Outs
(School Closures/Holidays)

SIX-MONTH MEMBERSHIP

$2400/Player

January – June and
September – November

20% off TBCNYC Swing Outs
(School Closures/Holidays)

10% discount on
TBCNYC 60-Minute
Private Training Packages

NINE-MONTH MEMBERSHIP


TBCNYC HITTING MEMBERSHIP

90-minute sessions.
Players attend one session weekly.
Groups limited to six players.

Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday
8u-9u: 3:30pm
10u-11u: 3:30pm or 5:00pm
12u-13u: 5:00pm

Swings are evaluated, analyzed, and tracked for progression.

Training Stations

  • Functional Movement
  • Fundamental and Heavy Ball Tee  Work
  • Customized Drill Plans
  • Front Toss (Blast Moton)
  • Live Batting Practice (Hit-Trax)
  • Pro-Batter Machine

Certified by Driveline Baseball, USA Baseball and Epstein System Hitting Instruction

GROUP TRAINING REINFORCES SKILLS THAT ARE RELEVANT TO BOTH GROUP AND INDIVIDUAL WORK, INCLUDING THE ABILITY TO:

  • Break complex tasks into parts and  steps.
  • Plan and manage  time.
  • Refine understanding through discussion and  explanation.
  • Give and receive feedback on performance.
  • Challenge assumptions.
  • Develop stronger communication skills.
  • Tackle more complex problems than they could on their  own.
  • Delegate roles and  responsibilities.
  • Share diverse perspectives.
  • Pool knowledge and  skills.
  • Hold one another (and be held) accountable.
  • Receive social support and encouragement to take risks.
  • Develop new approaches to resolving differences.
  • Establish a shared identity with other group members.
  • Find effective peers to  emulate.
  • Develop their own voice and perspectives in relation to  peers.