Bobby Woods Baseball products reflect state of the art research, instruction and solutions for youth players, parents and coaches.
Biography Bobby Woods Baseball strives to be the global leader in baseball and softball instruction. Bobby Woods began his baseball career in the shore town of Margate, New Jersey, where he played on countless championship teams throughout his youth. Teaching the fundamentals of baseball and softball to children in several South Jersey communities for over 30 years.
Bobby and his son, an award - winning filmmaker from New York University, created their first baseball and softball instructional DVD. titled Mom, Can You Teach Me How To Hit? Woods demonstrates 20 hitting drills and 21 aspects of hitting. Their second title, Down Broadway: Pitching and Catching Techniques For The Modern Player. And are currently in production on their third installment of the series "The Glove". Bobby is a former professional baseball player with the Chicago Cubs organization. He received his undergraduate degree at Arizona State University and his graduate degree from Rowan University. He is a member of the Association of Professional Ball Players of America. Biography
Mom Can You Teach Me How to Hit? “Mom Can You Teach Me How to Hit?” - Video / DVD was created to teach parents how to teach their children to hit a baseball and softball. Coach Bobby Woods clearly explains the basic principles of baseball and softball hitting, that can help any child hit the ball more often and with greater confidence.
Down Broadway Bobby Woods Baseball produced “Down Broadway: Pitching And Catching Techniques For The Modern Player” to create a better understanding of the fundamentals and basics of pitching and catching. The information presented in “Down Broadway” will enhance the development of pitchers and catchers to play at a higher level with positive results.
Contact Us Bobby Woods Productions 109 Monroe Lane Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234 Toll Free: 1. 877. NiceHit 1.877.642.3448 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fax: 1.609.927.8655