PLAYER DEVELOPMENT

MEMBERSHIP

Train individually with a Private Instructor. Lessons are available for Pitching, Hitting, Catching, Infield and Outfield. Group Lessons are also available. 

Skill Training Types

Assessment

Infield

Hitting

Outfield

Pitching

Performance

Catching

Online

 
 

Monthly Training Packages

More training, more value.

How to get started

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Select your skill type, location and instructor.

Your instructor will reach out to you. 

What to bring

All equipment needed for that skill. Glove, bat, catching equipment (if necessary).

There are water fountains and vending machines at all facilities, but it's still encouraged to bring a drink.

You and you instructor will schedule a day and time.

Show up and train.

What to wear

Athletic attire is needed. Players may wear baseball pants, if they would like, but it is not mandatory.

All facilities are turf and tennis shoes or turf shoes work best on the surface. Molded spikes can be worn but metal spikes are not allowed.

How Traq workouts and video analysis work

Download the Force Baseball App and open up your Driveline Traq account.

We custom design your next workouts to attack some of your weaknesses and amplify your strengths.

Upload your video to your profile with any measurements that were available. 

Your workouts and routines are scheduled in your account, where you complete drills/exercises and submit your results.

We watch and analyze your video screen record our comments and visuals. 

Dialogue continues as needed throughout the month to ensure your scope is as clear as possible.

You receive a written report from your video and what key components to target. 

Continue to update your measurements and log any additional video. Your data is tracked and turned into visuals to help you keep trending up.

Driveline Traq

See what Traq does and how it will deploy your plans and monitor your progress

Baseball Tech Integration

API's allow seamless integration of data and all metrics, of baseball tech hardware, to your personal Traq profile.

Reporting & Analysis

Data and metrics collected in Traq are aggregated to show your trends and comparisons with other players.

Custom Programming

We build, assign and schedule custom workouts and skill plans to your profile. All workouts are tracked monitored by our staff.

Year-Round Tools

For the length of your membership, you can update your profile and sort your own data for analysis. Integration continues for any of your sessions on the affiliated tech hardware. 

Current Integrations

Traq Dashboard

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*All information from Drivelinebaseball.com

Rapsodo Pitching Data

See what Rapsodo can measure and how it will evaluate your pitches

Velocity

How fast a pitch is traveling during flight, measured in miles per hour (MPH).

Spin Direction

The tilt or angle of the baseball from the release point, measured in degrees, created by the Magnus effect. The Magnus Effect is created by the air pressure surrounding the spinning baseball on its path to home plate.

Strike Zone Analysis

Instantly see Strike Zone feedback while automatically tracking Strike Percentage and Heatmap Breakdowns.

Release Height

The height of the ball at the point of release.

Rapsodo Pitching Machine

Spin Rate

The rate at which the ball spins during flight, measured in rotations per minute (RPM). There is a stronger correlation between spin rate and swinging-strike percentage than between velocity and swinging-strike percentage.

Spin Efficiency

The percentage of spin directly impacting the movement of a pitch. Spin Efficiency is the ratio of true spin to total spin.

3D Trajectory

The ballflight is show in two trajectories. A dotted line represents what the pitch would have done without spin and the solid line represents the actual movement of the pitch.

Release Side

The distance away from the center of the rubber from the left (-) or the right (+).

True Spin Rate

The spin directly impacting the movement of a pitch. Also known as “useful spin,” it is perpendicular to the direction the ball is traveling, deflecting the otherwise straight horizontal and vertical path of the ball.

Pitch Break

How much a ball has moved when it crosses the strike zone compared to what its position would have been without spin. Break is measured horizontally and vertically in inches.

Horizontal Angle

The horizontal angle the ball was released out of the hand from the left (-) or the right (+).

Release Angle

The vertical angle at which the ball was released out of the hand.

Watch Rapsodo Pitching

*All information from Rapsodo.com

Rapsodo Hitting Data

See what Rapsodo can measure and how it will evaluate your swings

Exit Velocity

Exit Velocity is the speed of the baseball as it comes off the bat after contact.

Spin Rate

The rate at which the ball spins during flight after contact, measured in rotations per minute (RPM).

Rapsodo Hitting Machine

Launch Angle

Launch Angle is the vertical angle at which the baseball leaves the bat after contact.

Spin Direction

The tilt or angle of the baseball from the contact point, measured in degrees, created by the Magnus effect. The Magnus Effect is created by the air pressure surrounding the spinning baseball on its path from the bat.

Direction

The direction, plotted on a baseball diamond, that an in-play ball takes in flight.

3D Ball Flight

Instantly track the ball off the bat to see the actual ball flight of the projected hit.

Watch Rapsodo Hitting

*All information from Rapsodo.com

Ultra Slow-motion Video

See the physics inside of your game 

Hitting

Swings in ultra slow-motion to understand what the body is doing and where energy is going.

Pitching

Deliveries in ultra slow-motion to understand what the body is doing and where energy is going.

Pitch Tunneling

See your full pitch arsenal overlayed in ultra slow-motion to see how release point and how each pitch compares.