This Scott Hemond MLB hitting highlight video (1993-1994) shows Hemo facing hall of fame pitchers such as Randy Johnson and Mike Mussina.
At the end of this article, learn how Scott Hemond went from being an MLB player to creating a revolutionary online hitting training system.
Hemo’s Recommended Gear
Players, coaches, and parents ask for my advice regarding softball and baseball equipment.
As a result, I compiled a list of the baseball, softball, and coach’s equipment I recommend below.
- Hitting Courses
- Catching Gear
- Training Gear & Coach’s Gear
- Tiger Stick
- Heavy Bag
- Practice Net
- Tanner Tee
- Atec Tee
- Total Control Baseballs
- Pitching Mound
- Pocket Radar Gun
- L Screen
- Baseball Cart
MLB Hitting Highlight Video (1993-1994)
Although his MLB career spanned across 7 seasons, this video contains his MLB hitting highlight video clips from the 1993-1994 season.
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Scott Hemond College Career
Scott Hemond was drafted by the Kansas City Royals in the 5th round of the 1983 MLB draft from Dunedin High School (Dunedin, Florida).
He elected to continue his baseball career at the University of South Florida where he lit up the record books.
His jersey (#11) was retired at both Dunedin High School and the University of South Florida.
Cape Cod League
In 1986, Scott Hemond was named MVP and Batting Champion of the Cape Cod League.
Additionally, he was selected to play for Team USA.
Scott Hemond MLB Experience
Selected in the 1st Round, 12th Pick overall by the Oakland A‘s in 1986 draft, Scott Hemond became the highest draft pick in University of South Florida Baseball history.
Scott Hemond played 7 seasons in the MLB with Oakland A’s, Chicago White Sox, and St. Louis Cardinals. He played every defensive position at the major league level except pitcher.
From MLB Player to Teacher
During his time in the MLB, Scott learned from the best coaches and played with hall of fame players.
After retiring from the MLB, Hemo used the knowledge he gained as a player and started giving lessons to other players.
He quickly discovered unconventional, yet more efficient, methods to help players learn baseball swing mechanics.
Hemo’s teaching methods were so successful, he knew it was time to take his teaching to the next level.
In 2005, Hemo opened Scott Hemond Baseball in Destin, Florida.
Scott Hemond’s teaching methods continued to show fantastic results and quickly formed into a unique hitting philosophy.
These philosophies were battle-tested and proven over and over again with top softball players and baseball players of all ages.
As a result, Hemo carefully crafted his hitting philosophy into a complete hitting training system.
Scott Hemond’s hitting system teaches an unconventional & revolutionary physical and mental approach to hitting.
It requires the hitter to execute isolated swing movements with rhythm, control, and continuity.
The constant rhythmical “rocking” allows us to slow it down and get everything working together.
It decreases stress, increases muscle memory, and creates a flow that fosters better timing and synchronization.
Online Hitting Training Course
Scott Hemond teaches his hitting system to all of his students during the first 10 to 12 private lessons.
Recently, Hemo packaged his unique hitting system into an online course to reach a broader audience.
In fact, Hemo encourages his new students to enroll in his hitting course rather than private 1:1 lessons.
The online hitting course is cheaper than private lessons and gives the foundation to make future baseball training more efficient.
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