Spencer Moran Pitching Lessons

Spencer Moran Pitching Lessons



Current professional pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays organization for 4 seasons. I Have been giving lessons to players of all ages 8-21 for 3 years and counting. I retain knollege from some of the best coaches in all of professional baseball, and am eager to pass it along to the next generation. My main focuses are:

preserving the health and longevity of the athletes arm (yes, pitchers are atheletes)

allowing the pitcher to maintain mechanics that work for them, with smaller adjustments and recommendations that can be implemented.

Keeping it fun. Baseball is a sport and is intended to be fun, never a hassle. I will often play games with the athlete to make sure they are still having fun. I will encourage the athelete to continue to play other positions, and take ground balls/hit to be atheletic

$30 for 30min lesson

$50 for 60 min lesson

please contact me at 4804525521. This website sometimes gives me trouble when I try to communicate though it.




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9 years in business
Serves Mesa , AZ

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Frequently asked questions

We will play catch and I will watch how the atheletes arm works, as well as their overall mechanics. From there, I can begin to ask questions such as "is this comfortable for you" or "is this how you have always thrown". Then we can begin to work on changing things as long as the athlete feels comfortable with it. 

4 seasons of professional baseball. 3 years of teaching atheletes of all ages 8-21 throwing mechanics, the importance of throwing strikes, and pitch sequencing.

$50 1hr lesson

Three 1hr lessons at $40/ea.

my desire to share the things I have learned through my time in baseball with the next generation of atheletes.

All baseball players ages 8-21. 

Be sure that you are finding a coach that is catering to how you like to throw and how your natural arm path works. I become leery of coaches who attempt to teach all their atheletes to throw the same way. Every body is different. 

Talk with teammates or parents or coaches and ask "what do you think I could work on to become better at my craft?". Hope for and expect honest, truthful answers so you can truly work on your weaknesses to become better at what you do. 

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