Pitching Instruction

Wedropbombs is offering one on one Pitching instruction.   To register please fill out and submit the form below.

Cost of instruction is $45 per half hour, $65 per 45 minutes & $85 per hour.

Some of the area’s targeted are:

  • Balance
  • Arm slot
  • Stride
  • Proper grip on different pitches
  • Follow through
  • Mental Approach
  • Drills

Pitching instruction is done by Dan SassoTyler Bayley & Carl Taylor

Dan Sasso

Dan Sasso, a Bordentown NJ native, pitched for Bordertown High School from 2002-2005.  While in high school, Sasso was able to earn honors two years in a row for All-Conference and All-South Jersey which eventually led him to being recruited to play at division 1 Rider University on a full scholarship.  He had early success on the mound but his aspirations of playing professionally were derailed towards the end of his college career by injury and now serves to make sure players do things the right way and don’t endure the same misfortune he did. Sasso is available for 30 & 60 minute sessions at a cost of $45 per half hour or $85 per hour.

 

 

 

 

 

Tyler Bayley

Tyler Bayley hails from Mount Holly, NJ.  He pitched at Rancocas Valley Regional High School and while doing so, he was a two time All-Conference Award Winner.  He later went on to pitch at Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ.   While there, Bayley took on the role as a closer and posted a 2.03 Career ERA in his four years!   While being the closer, he was able to help the team become NJAC Champions in two of his four years.

Bayley is available for 45/60 minute sessions at a cost of $65 per 45 minute session or $85 per hour session.

 

 

 

Carl Taylor

Taylor, a former Temple University baseball starting pitcher, conducts 30 min, 45 min & 60 min pitching instruction sessions at our facility for a cost of $45 per half hour, $65 per 45 min & $85 per hour.  His instruction includes mechanical analysis while working on the mound to help develop the natural movements that improve pitching performance and reduce risk of injury.  His focus is to eliminate stress from the throwing arm by utilizing the lower body to help increase velocity.   He also adds drills to the instruction to help aid the body in obtaining these goals.  Taylor targets proper grip, having good balance, follow through, arm slot, knowing the situation and having a good mental approach.  Taylor was also an assistant softball coach at Rutgers Camden during the year the team won a national championship.

 

 

 

 

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  7. Waiver of Liability and Release for use of Batting Cages I hereby acknowledge and agree that participation in the batting cages within We Drop Bombs LLC (“We Drop Bombs”), a Baseball and Softball Training Facility has inherent risks. In consideration of the services provided by We Drop Bombs, their agents, officers, participants, consultants, employees and all persons or entities acting in any capacity on their behalf (hereinafter referred to as We Drop Bombs) I now agree and certify as follows: 1. I acknowledge and fully understand that I (if participants is 18 years of age or older) or parent/legal guardian of the above listed minor participant, will be engaging in activities that may involve risk of serious injury which might result not only from my own actions, inactions, or negligence, but from the actions, inactions, or negligence of others or the conditions of the premises or of any equipment used. Further, that there may be other risks not known or not reasonable foreseeable at this time. The risks may include, but are not limited to: nature of the activity, latent or apparent defects of conditions in equipment or property supplied by We Drop Bombs or other entity; acts of other participants in this activity, employees or agents of We Drop Bombs; my own physical condition, acts of omissions; conditions of We Drop Bombs facility and surrounding grounds or terrain and accidents connected with their use; first aid emergency treatment or other services. 2. I expressly agree and promise to accept and assume all the risks existing in this activity. My participating in this activity is purely voluntary and I elect, in spite of the risks, to participate. I assume all the foregoing risks and accept personal responsibility for the damages following such injury. 3. 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I further certify that I have no medical or physical conditions, which could interfere with my safety in this activity, or else I am willing to assume and bear the costs of all risk that may be created, directly or indirectly, by any such condition. 5. I hereby certify that I am at least 18 years old, or the part or legal guardian of the participant under 18, and I agree I will wear a batting helmet at all times while in the batting cages. I hereby provide We Drop Bombs permission to administer basic first aid and I authorize We Drop Bombs or its agents or employees to contact 911 or other emergency personnel as needed. 6. I hereby certify that I have been given the Rules & Regulations for batting cage use below and will adhere to them. 7. I do hereby give We Drop Bombs its assigns, licensees, and legal representatives the irrevocable right to use photographs or video in all forms and media and in all manners, including composite, for advertising or marketing for publication or any other lawful purposes, and I waive any right to inspect or approve the finished product, including written copy, internet, etc., which may be created in connection therewith. I acknowledge that if anyone is hurt, or property is damaged during participation in this activity a court of law may find me to have waived my right to maintain a lawsuit against We Drop Bombs and each of the parties listed in Paragraph 3 above on the basis of any claim from which I have release them herein. Batting Cage Rules A. Batters MUST wear helmets inside tunnels at all times. B. Only We Drop Bombs personnel are permitted to adjust pitching machines. C. A waiver must be signed before use of any of the equipment by any user who is 18 years of age or older (Parent/guardian must sign for any minors). D. Adults are responsible for the actions of the youth in the training area. Misconduct will result in immediate termination of privileges. Horseplay/fooling around will not be tolerated. E. No food or drink allowed in the training areas. F. All balls must be picked up and returned to their proper place after use. G. Batters must wear appropriate shoes. (No Cleats) H. No person under the influence of Drugs or Alcohol is permitted to use the batting cages. I. Alert the attendant immediately if balls are throwing out of strike zone. J. Balls may be pitched at any time. BE ALERT at all times. K. No one under the age of 6 years old is permitted to use the pitching machines. L. Anyone under the age of 16 must have adult supervision on site. Helmets and bats must be provided by the user. M. 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