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All of our instructors have undergone hours of field training so each workout remains consistent. Beginning with mechanical basics and advancing to vision training and relaxation techniques.
Our video analysis and body awareness drills provide constant visual and physical reinforcement for our players. We can maintain a computerized diary at PSA for each player in which entries are made to document their progress.
First and foremost -the mechanics of pitching. Proper mechanics lead to consistency and help prevent injury. Advanced players have the opportunity to learn not only proper mechanics but the mental approach to pitching.
A major league approach to hitting lessons from former and current professional baseball players. Our staff brings years of professional baseball experience. Fundamentals of hitting for the beginner all the way up to an advanced player.
Hitting and Pitching are just the Beginning:
Our training covers infield, outfield and catching skills. Our daily strength and conditioning provides an innovative workout to increase overall body strength while reinforcing proper throwing and hitting mechanics. Whether your son or daughter is playing T-ball or college ball, PSA instructors can make a difference.
Defense wins ball games! Very few indoor baseball training facilities in the country have the space to focus on baseball defense. The Indoor has a full turf infield to teach everything needed to build sound defensive baseball players.
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PSA Owner/ Lead Hitting Instructor/Michigan Nationals Baseball Club, President & Coach
Ryan Taylor began his college career at Gulf Coast University College, FL. On athletic scholarship before transferring to the Madonna University his ball-playing years at MU, continued to be ranked on a national level and succeeded in claiming the NJCAA National Championship in 1994, following a third place finish in the previous season at the National Championships, WHAC Conference Championship 1998, Career 300 hitter, Home run record holder- Madonna University.
After his playing career was over, “National Coach of the Year” selected Taylor, then 26, as a student assistant coach. In 2011 Taylor coached a team to victory in the CABBA World Series in Sylvania, OH. He did not stop there, 2013 Taylor was selected as the head coach of the All Star team for USSSA, a 10-year-old All-Star traveling to Wisconsin. In 2014 his team won the Youth Nationals World Series in KY and the very next week to the team to win their second World Series win of the season -USA World Series in Canton MI.
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Marshall, former pitcher 88-97 six seasons at AAA.
1990 Class A Pitcher of the Year
1990 South Atlantic All-Star Team
1990 Topps Minor League Player Of The Year runner-up
1990 Bobby Bonds Award
1992 AAA All-Star Team Mets
1995 AAA All-Star Team Tigers
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Minor League Baseball All Star
Drafted in the 9th round of the 2005 MLB Draft
Drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays
Attended The University of Michigan
Voted 1st Team All BIG 10 Conference 2004 & 2005
Has given Pitching lesson for the past 5 years
Jacob Rhodes is an Ypsilanti native whose talents helped him to follow his dream and play past High school. Rhodes attended Wabash Valley College where he helped lead the Warriors to back-to-back conference championships. After His two successful years at Wabash, Jacob received a scholarship to play baseball at Murray State university in Kentucky.
After his graduation in 2012, Rhodes was offered the job of a lifetime. He was signed to his first professional contract with the Traverse City Beach Bum. Jacob was the starting catcher for the Beach Bums for the 2014 and 2015 season. In 2014 Rhodes was selected to the Frontier league all star team and then In 2015 Rhodes helped lead the Bums to their first ever Frontier League Championship. Rhodes retired his playing days after the 2015 season but he did not hang up his cleats entirely. Upon retiring, Rhodes was offered a job as the Offensive and Defensive coach for the Beach Bums. After the 2016 season Rhodes retired from the Beach Bums to focus on helping develop players from his area.
Rhodes has been working with Catchers and Hitters of all ages since the end of his 2012 College season. This year marks his 5th year as an instructor. He has a unique coaching style where he teaches his players Advanced skills in a way so that each player can relate. Rhodes is dedicated To not only develop a player’s skill set and abilities, but to develop that athlete off the field as well. Rhodes Does not try to change an athletes style of play but to build off of each persons unique abilities.
After years of baseball as a player, instructor and coach Coach Jake has a plethora of information that he wishes to share with young athletes. Being a catcher for 27 years has helped Coach Rhodes to absorb every game situation, hitting style, catching style, mechanics and much more. His biggest goal in life is to pass all of that down to the next generation of players!
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