Focused, one-on-one training with elite coaches is the key to succeeding on the field. CoachUp now connects aspiring athletes with baseball coaches who turn your weaknesses into strengths, improve your skills, and increase your confidence.

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Our top Baseball trainers

  • Justin H., Houston, TX Baseball Coach
    Justin H.
    Houston, TX
    $65 /session

    Ranked #1 nationally as a private baseball coach through CoachUp; experi... View profile


    Batting, Bunting, Fielding, Game rules, Hit and run, Hitting, Holding base runners, Lea...

  • Matthew R., South Pasadena, CA Baseball Coach
    Matthew R.
    South Pasadena, CA
    $38 /session

    Coaches based on principles learned as a hitting instructor at the Ken G... View profile


    Pitching, Throwing, Hitting, Batting, Hit and run

  • Nicolas B., New York, NY Baseball Coach
    Nicolas B.
    New York, NY
    $50 /session

    Former Collegiate, Independent and Minor League Player/Coach with extens... View profile


As “America’s National Pastime” baseball has always been widely popular among the youth sports landscape. While typically played in the spring and summer months, more and more indoor facilities are making year round baseball training accessible. One of the best and fastest ways to become a better hitter, pitcher, fielder, and all around player is to work with a private baseball coach. CoachUp has a wide selection of high-quality coaches across the country that can help bring your baseball training to another level.

There are a lot of positions in baseball that require specific skills, but there are common ones that every player needs to have. For those that are new to baseball, and have not yet identified which position they want to specialize in, a private coach can train you in the fundamentals of the game like hitting, throwing, catching, and how to run the bases. As you progress with your training and identify a position to focus on, a specialized coach can help you improve. If you’re interested in being a pitcher, a pitching coach can help improve your repertoire of pitches, pitching velocity, and arm strength. From the offensive perspective, a hitting coach can dramatically improve your overall performance at the plate. Small tweaks like changing your grip on the bat, hip rotation, and following through on your swing really matter!

All of the baseball coaches featured on CoachUp are veterans of the game, and have played at the minimum of the collegiate level. Among them is Coach Jake, a Franklin and Marshall College alum, and former head coach at Boston University. As a former catcher, Coach Jake understands the roles and responsibilities of every position on the field, and how to control the tempo of the game. CoachUp even has former MLB pitchers like Coach Ryan that can translate his professional experience to his coaching.

Baseball lessons, drills, tips videos, and training articles

Summer Baseball Camps

Baseball camps in the summertime present a great opportunity for youth baseball players to get baseball instruction and hone their skills while filling the void that has been created by the end of the school year Click to read more

Baseball: Ceremonial First Pitch

Before the start of any American baseball game, an honored guest throws the ceremonial first pitch. Originally it started with the guest throwing the ball from wherever they were sitting, but that changed in the 80’s when Ronald Reagan threw the first pitch at an Orioles game Click to read more

Baseball Tips: Harnessing The Energy That is Created By The Swivel

Today we talk about increasing the movement that the hands, shoulders, and arms make during the trigger stride and loading phase when swinging the baseball bat. We refer to this movement as a swivel Click to read more