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Baseball in Field


Offensive Games and Practice routines. This will be updated with rules and routines for games throughout the season.

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Hitting routine for situational days on the field. Includes guide for baserunning, and how we set up those looks for the base runner. The purpose of this setup is to get situations done and then let kids get looks for in game baserunning, while working counts at the plate.  Easy to manipulate, and even easier to execute with your team.


An easy to manipulate hitting routine that we use at least twice a week. This routine can be changed to whatever fits your practice, or whatever you need to get out of your team. I usually go around 8 minutes depending on the size of the group (4-6 kids). Once you get comfortable with the drill you will be able to change constraints every couple of rounds, or every couple of minutes to make the drill easier or harder.


This hitting routine is one of my favorite ways to apply pressure to team offense situations. There is a reward round on "Routine B" or if you prefer to use this as a large group preface into team offense Routine A is a fast paced way to knock out situations with an incentive. This routine can either be a quick 5 minute session, or a full BP round with as many hacks as you want. Easy to manipulate to your program, and a great way to build situational team offense into practice.



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The purpose of this drill places our pitchers, and infielders in a variety of in-game situations. Different Situations, and a high pace of practice makes this drill extremely effective. Personally my favorite defensive drill we do.


In order to get the most out of practice when we want to limit throws I have made what I call a "flip series" defensive practice routine. It still can work double play feeds, and a high intensity of plays, but at the same time save arms, and work a good defensive practice.


An easy to use defensive routine that gets a lot of reps and keeps the ones not throwing to first working a good defensive fundamental. Perfect way to get a defensive fundamental worked quickly and efficiently.


The double play feeds routine gets a lot of work out of those middle infielders, and provides an easy way to get double plays practiced and turned. Adjust the time to work on each fielders double plays, and continue to manipulate off guys. Great routine for a quick and efficient defensive session.

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The partner glove series is a perfect build into your warm up routine. This routine takes 5 minutes and since I have included both a generic and position oriented version you can be as position specific as you want. This is also a great way if you have to manage a large amount of players and still want to get glove work and Footwork done efficiently.



Bullpen and Shortbox plans with multiple types. Including some assessment, short box, and live game pens. My goal is to create a color coded system and program variations of each one for athletes to have some autonomy that they can work on and throw after picking something they need.

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One of the first things I do with a new client after their on-boarding process is have them throw an "Assessment" Bullpen. This helps me get an ideal view of what their arsenal looks like. This is extremely important when working with new clients, teams, or when seeing the progress you've made after weeks or months of work. With multiple amounts of pitch types available.


One of the best ways I've found to get pitchers feeling their best is a sub-maximal effort spot pen. By the end of the season it was on them to spin some pitches, I'd make sure we touched everything I wanted, but this spot pen was more for them. In the beginning I used a templated approach until they found what worked best for them.


The live pen series is what I used to replay areas where we struggled their start before, or build confidence in new situations that I think may arise. These bullpens are supposed to take time and be game like. There wasn't any one answer for every athlete, but these 2 were some of my more favorite of the series.



This section is where I will share S&C workouts I have built as well as some posted results. If the image does not have results then that means we have either not completed the phase, or I have made the workout plan without implementing it yet. All of these workouts are up for discussion, but please check the year in their description as I have grown in knowledge of strength and conditioning since my first program in 2019. The first one I made was similar to what I had been around in some HS Weight Rooms, and things have changed since then. There are resources for some of the testing items I have made in the "Charts & Downloads" tab. Please feel free to comment or write to me about any of these items.

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(Read closely before performing any exercise in these plans) By reading, or using these plans, you and those whom you represent acknowledge that participation in these physical activities carries certain inherent risks that can never be fully eliminated regardless of the care taken to avoid injury, and that injuries of all magnitudes are possible. By continuing to read, you, on behalf of yourself, heirs and personal representatives release and forever discharge and covenant not to sue Barreled Up Baseball and Ben Beltran, their employees, consultants, sponsors and affiliates (the “released parties”) from any and all liability from all claims, actions, suits or other proceedings resulting from personal injury, including death, accident or illness you may sustain, regardless of fault, arising from or in connection with activities presented in these plans. 


Do NOT attempt any exercise in these plans before getting approval from your physician. This information is not meant to diagnose, treat or cure any medical condition or replace your healthcare professional. These training guidelines and recommendations are for educational purposes only, and are intended for healthy individuals 18 years and older. Know your limits, level of training experience and health status before attempting or practicing any exercise in this book. I am NOT a dietician, S&C Specialist, or Doctor. These exercises and/or nutritional suggestions are not meant to replace any treatment, exercise or dietary regimen prescribed to you by your
physician or registered dietician, S&C Specialist, or Doctor. See your physician before starting any new exercise program, and make sure to stop any exercise if you experience abnormal discomfort, dizziness, nausea or shortness of breath. Do not perform any exercise unless you are under the supervision of a certified personal trainer or strength and conditioning specialist.