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Kentucky's Premier Pitching Development Team

From Little League to the Big Leagues, we can help get you the results you're looking for

Let us help you reach your potential

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30+ years of combined experience

200+ players in college and professional baseball

 The latest tech to help fine tune pitches 

Our Process

1

Assess

We assess each athletes goals, delivery, physical strengths and weaknesses and their current mindset about how they use their body to throw a baseball

2

Plan

We take the findings from the assessment & build targeted  programs for each athlete that will make them a better athlete and pitcher

3

Coach

We build relationships and trust with our athletes to help address all parts of their program that may need to be tweaked

4

Re-Test

We re-test the targeted areas for each athlete to see how we did with our initial plan and where we need to go next

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Tyler Guilfoil
Houston Astros MiLB

I have been working with Chad Martin and the coaching staff at PPL for over 8 years. Training at PPL helped me develop my pitching through high school, division 1 college, and now professional baseball. The competitive culture breeds improvement from top to bottom. I can genuinely say that I would not be at this level of baseball without Chad Martin and PPL.

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Jake Faherty
Arkansas 

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Tommy Henninger
Ole Miss

PPL is a pro-style environment where the staff works hard at helping you grow and perform at your best. I wouldn’t want to train anywhere else. 

Meet Our Team

Pitching Coaches

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Chad Martin

Owner/Pitching Coordinator

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Blake Perry

Head Pitching Performance Coach

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Jake Sponcil

Youth Pitching Coordinator

Strength Coaches

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Zac Conner

Performance Coordinator

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Matt Pennington

Performance Coach

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Brian Baxa

Performance Coach

Support Staff

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Megan Martin

Business and Operations Coordinator

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Kennedy Parks

Content and Media Coordinator

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Nathaniel Frank

Graphic Design Coordinator

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have mounds?

Yes. We actually believe that it's important to have our athletes complete tasks on the mound fairly frequently. You don't make your money on flat ground.

What is remote training?

Remote training is training that is not done in our facility. Each week our staff will write a targeted program for you to complete on your own time and wherever you please. Depending on the level you choose, you will communicate through text message and/or video/voice call.

How long do training sessions last?

Athletes who are pitching and strength training will be in the facility anywhere from 1.5 hours to 2.5 hours, depending on the phase of training and what they are doing outside of the facility. We refuse to put athletes in harms way just to fill a specified amount of time on a schedule. Athletes only pitching will be in the facility for 45 minutes to an hour and fifteen minutes.

What ages are the pitchers you train?

We train pitchers ages 13 and up. We train middle school, high school, college and professional pitchers. For pitchers ages 9-12, we have a youth division that places an emphasis on being athletic, having fun and creating a training environment for each athlete to learn instead of being told how to do everything.

How do I get signed up?

We have several clickable links on the website to sign up, but if you missed them, you can click here.

Do you work with teams?

During down hours, we do offer training for teams. Times will have to be booked a minimum of 48 hours in advance. Access the schedule here

Why do you train athletes in groups?

.Culture. The usage of our app and expertise of our coaching staff makes it easy for each kid to get the attention they need. Being around likeminded individuals with similar goals helps create a competitive and supportive environment. We also see our younger athletes become more comfortable and learn better social and overall communication skills.

Why do you train athletes in groups?

Culture. The usage of our app and expertise of our coaching staff makes it easy for each kid to get the attention they need. Being around likeminded individuals with similar goals helps create a competitive and supportive environment. We also see our younger athletes become more comfortable and learn better social and overall communication skills.

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