Hi, this is Chris Richard with Personal Pitcher and this is most important muscles for baseball. So there's two types of players, there's the hitters and the pitchers. So we'll go over the hitters first, the most important muscles for the hitters is hands, wrists and forearms. If you don't have good hand strength, wrist strength, forearm strength, you're just not going to be able to hit the ball very hard and in order to get those, you know muscles strengthened up you've got to do hand exercises, wrist curls, you've got to swing the bat continuously, get a lot of swings in, maybe 100 swings to 150 swings a day. I used to even hit a tire, okay, as you get older, and you an handle hitting a tire, it's an awesome drill to do. It causes that contact power point and allows your wrist and your hands to have that impact so you can hit through the ball. From a pitcher's standpoint, you need good shoulders, you know. These are important but your rotator cuff muscles are huge, okay. They have a whole series of exercises with three to five pound weights that you would do and get these little shoulder rotator cuff muscles in shape. You can use band exercises and a really good long toss program and a throwing program is essential to a pitcher. So the most important muscles for a pitcher are their shoulders and for a hitter, hand strength, wrist and forearm, those are huge. So work those muscles, get those exercises in and become a better ball player.