Private Instruction


Scheduled 30 minute sessions to target certain aspects of a hitter's swing.  Swing deficiency will be shown and explained to the hitter as well as corrective drills to correct the targeted area of the swing.

Weekly lessons for small groups  up to four hitters) that will target more general swing needs while trying to isolate the needs of each individual.  Weekly drill packages for each hitter to work on between lessons.

HITTING mentoring program


During the off season the hitter will have a weekly half hour session to make adjustments in order to create a more efficient swing.  A hitting plan will be laid out and explained to the hitter and reviewed/updated weekly. Video analysis will be used to demonstrate flaws and corrections in the hitter's swing. During the season, weekly communication will be available to the header to discuss the previous weeks results.

Instruction plan laid out for an entire team (10-15 hitters).  Drill stations with explanation of each drill.  Plan will be adjusted on number of hitters and available space.  Team objectives will be addressed after discussing team's strengths and weaknesses with the coaching staff.


cost:  $100

We use the right drills to advance mechanics and instruction to improve all aspects of catching to include physical set-up and technique, proper receiving and pitch framing, blocking, footwork and throwing as well as the mental aspects of the

catcher’s responsibilities.


Equipment: catcher’s gear, turf shoes or tennis shoes, protective gear, catcher’s glove, & water.


to register:


Please contact me at, use the form below, or call or text 253.380.5321 to begin registration process. Must be pre-assigned to limit group sizes. All attendees must have a signed waiver prior to beginning of clinic.

Date:   NOV 28

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Todd Takayoshi

Currently in his third campaign as a Hitting Coordinator with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Played collegiate baseball at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.  He held many records in the division highlighted by WAC Player of the Year in 1991. Takayoshi played professionally as a catcher for six seasons and is a  two-time batting champion with a lifetime average of .329. He spent thirteen seasons coaching with the Angels organization as a Hitting Coach, Manager, Catching Roving Instructor, Roving Hitting Coordinator and Field Coordinator.  He has worked on a national level with many amateur players to improve their skills in their pursuit of excellence in baseball.

Catching camp

Todd Takayoshi:

A hitter's



Hitting & Catching Instruction by

Todd Takayoshi

Catching Camp - NOV 28

Time:  12:00-2:00pm

Cost:  $100

K Center

5034 37th Ave S

Seattle, WA

Ages up to 18

WHEN:  Nov 28

WHere:  k cENTER / 5034 37TH aVE. s, sEA WA


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Questions?  Use this form for general questions as well as making arrangements to attend camps.

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I have known Todd Takayoshi for 20 years. My introduction to Todd was as a hitting coach while he was a player in professional baseball. His natural feel for hitting had aways impressed me. Years later I had the opportunity to hire Todd to help develop ML talent for the LA Angels.


Todd's ability to identify the cause of swing flaws sets him apart from the majority of coaches that treat the symptoms. He builds the swing from the ground up in a comprehensible way that allows the player to become his own coach. It's refreshing to watch Todd's players gain the confidence and trust in their swings to reach their full potential.


Todd will explain and define all of the misused, misguided and ambiguous terminology that is used by your common amateur hitting coach.

If I needed a professional hitting coach for my son, Todd Takayoshi is the first place that I'd look.


Ty Van Burkleo

Hitting Coach Cleveland Indians




I have had the pleasure to work with Todd for numerous years and I can say that he is one of the best hitting coaches as well as mentor for any level of baseball. He is a person I would send my son to for hitting tips.


Eric Owens

Toronto Bluejays Assistant Hitting Coach