Joe Inglett

IVL Senior Instructor/Partner

Joe Inglett attended the University of Nevada- Reno where he set seven university records in baseball. After a successful career, Inglett was a six year MLB player for the Cleveland Indians, Toronto Blue Jays, Milwaukee Brewers, and Houston Astros.  During his career, he played every position except catcher and first base, and his career batting average was a .283.  In 2011, he was inducted into the University of Nevada-Reno Hall of Fame.  He has been awarded the 2000 Big West Conference Player of the Year, the 2000 3rd Team All-American, and 1st Team All Big West at the University of Nevada-Reno.  He resides in the Akron area with his wife, Kelly, and children, Ava and Austin.

E— inglett@ivlbaseball.com
C— 916-417-6431

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IVL ProTips

  • Power Pitching

    Using power pitching mechanics, Giants’ Tim Lincecum at 5’10” 170 lbs. throws 95-100 mph. In this article, I’ll present some of my observations on what Tim Lincecum does that make his pitching mechanics able to generate power.

    First of all, one thing Tim Lincecum does very well is not drop and drive he drifts and keeps ...

  • Baseball Pitching Delivery

    Baseball Pitching DeliveryIn baseball pitching, the extension of the arm is an important feature of the good pitch and a good pitching delivery.

    Making sure that the arm is not overextended is integral to a great play.

    Coaches can position the pitchers in front of a strong surface and ...

  • 5 Pro Baseball Tips to Make You a Better Hitter

    Are you looking to hone your batting skills at the plate? Former MLB Player Joe Inglett shares his personal approach to becoming a great hitter with these 5 pro batter tips.

  • 8 Tips to Help Get You To The Majors

    Think you’ve got what it takes to get to the show? Former MLB veteran Joe Inglett gives you some valuable insight to get you there.