Podcast: Improving On-Plane Efficiency with RPP Director of Hitting Andrew Pezzuto

Today’s podcast is with RPP Director of Hitting Andrew Pezzuto and we’re going to discuss on-plane efficiency and its role in making consistent hitters, how we measure it, how we work to improve it and how we strive to replicate it to a high degree given the variable nature of hitting a baseball.

By way of background, Andrew’s coaching career goes back to the 2014-2015 when he became a graduate assistant coach at Franklin Pierce University. He has also coached at Shippensburg, Northern Illinois University, Iona College and most recently at Marist college where he was the Hitting Coach/Recruiting Coordinator from 2020-2021.

He is a Hastings-on-Hudson, NY native, and a graduate from SUNY Cortland in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in business economics before attaining his master’s degree from Franklin Pierce in sport management in 2015.

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