“Hubie is a under the radar hitting coach with one philosophy “confidence”
What separates Hubie from any old hitting coach? He is going to let you in on the real secret of hitting.
When I first met Hubie in June of 2012, I was just an ordinary singles sometimes doubles hitter. I was still hitting for a decent AVG but I was missing something. Hubie and I spoke briefly before pre game bp about Ted Williams and Jim thome. Then Hubie threw me 3 pitches in the cage and called me over and said I’m not hitting the ball nearly as hard as I possibly can.
So after some instruction I was getting the hang of Hubies style which I love, and after a few games I went from a 8-9 hitter to a 3-4-5 hitter. After hitting with Hubie for a while about 4 or 5 games later I hit a 380 ft bomb and a what Hubie likes to call airplane shot off the fence. Hubie teaches his hitters to hit for power and AVG with a SLG % that’s sky high. That’s every hitters dream. If you click with Hubie you will be “locked in” and ready to tear up the diamond.
To all hitters I can guarantee you one thing, Hubie knows something that not many people know. And he knows how to teach it really well. Give Hubie a chance to improve your hitting and maximize your potential at the plate.”
Mike takes Ted’s teachings and carries the torch forward for a new generation of hitters at all levels. The hitting drills reinforce the technique that should be every hitters’ goal !!!
My 14 year old son Clayton is a 6’3″ /175 lb. kid entering his freshman year of high school. It goes without saying that every hitter, from time to time,
Clayton attended the Perfect Game 14u BCS Finals from July 4th-July 10th, 2013. This was a Tournament that was comprised of 48 Elite Travel Ball Baseball Teams that had to Qualify to enter the tournament. The average team brought 15 players with some bringing as many as 19. With over 700 elite players from all over the East Coast, Texas, Puerto Rico, Illinois, and Arkansas whose Pitchers’ speed topped 87 mph on the radar; Clayton Earned Top Stat Leader Status in Batting Average, On-Base + Slugging % (OPS), and Slugging %. He had 28 total plate appearances during the tournament with zero strikeouts.
Clayton was first overall in Batting Average with a .667 and first overall in OPS with a 1.750. He ranked second overall in Slugging Percentage with a 1.000. He also had two of his games monitor the ball exit speed off of his bat. He was the only one in the tournament to register twice in the top 9 and the only one to get extra base hits off both of his “Airplane Shots”. (Foul balls were also counted in the ball exit speed standings)
Mike is a true professional that can help you get to the next level if you’re willing to listen to him and follow his advice.”