Blake Doyle (born January 26, 1954) is a baseball coach. He was the hitting coach
of the Colorado Rockies
from 2013 to 2016.
Doyle was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles
in the fourth round of the 1972 Major League Baseball Draft
out of Caverna High School
in Horse Cave, Kentucky
. He played in the minors until 1980 for the Orioles and Cincinnati Reds
He was named the Rockies hitting coach on November 26, 2013.
He was fired after the 2016 season.
His older brother, Denny
and his twin brother Brian
, both played in Major League Baseball.
In 1978, the three established the Doyle Baseball Camp located in Lakeland, Florida
. The camp has graduated many current Major League Baseball Players and is based at the Detroit Tigers Spring Training Facility, where they hold many camp sessions per year.
Working with Elite hitters online, what does Blake work on with the hitters. Talked lots of hitting, metal, movements, feel, hands and more. Game plan. Technology used to help hitters. Some hitters today say not being able to watch video during at bats has hurt them a lot, you will be surprised of Blake's answer, I was not. Staying through, how to teach it. Back shoulder very important. Loads, different ones, why? Vision in hitting. Things in the game he likes and maybe like to see some changes. Vision in hitting. Doyle baseball and what it has done for coaches, players and parents. Advice to volunteer coaches and parents. A lot more to learn from this episode. Go to Blake Doyle's YouTube channel at Blake Doyle MVP Facebook Blake Doye.
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