Few hitting instructors understand data and analytics like Rick Strickland. In this episode, Rick talks about his career in the game, how golf launch monitors changed the way he trained baseball players, and how he uses Rapsodo to help hitters make it to the next level.
On this Episode, we sit down with Rick Strickland. Rick is the owner of Rick Strickland Baseball and a consultant for the Texas Rangers. Rick’s Twitter: twitter.com/SwingRehab This podcast is brought to you by our partners over at Yakkertech. Yakkertech is the gold standard for measuring spin rate, velocity, trajectory and most important, spin axis of a pitched ball. No other system captures such clarity on a moving ball. Learn more about their system at yakkertech.com. Remember to share this episode, follow us, and rate this episode! Don’t be afraid to leave a little feedback either! Twitter.com/farm_system Instagram.com/thefarmsystem/ Facebook.com/thefarmsystempodcast http://bit.ly/TheFarmYouTube
Rick Strickland- Owner of Rick Strickland Baseball, St. Louis Cardinals Hitting Consultant
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Using technology to help hitters is something that Rick Strickland has been doing for quite some time. From using Hitrax, Rapsodo, or blast motion Rick not only knows how these work but more importantly how they can help players. Rick is located in St. Louis, Missouri and has worked with several professional players including Andrew Benintendi. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.