Detailed instructions for submitting your baseball video for private instruction.

If you have already filled out this baseball lessons form to order your personal critique and recommendations from a professional baseball player, then follow these instructions to send us a 5 to 10 minute video of you (or your child) playing baseball.

YouTube – Unlisted Video

  1. Visit
  2. In the upper right corner, click Sign In or Create Account (it’s free)
  3. Once you are signed in, look again to the upper right of your screen and click “Upload” detailed instructions for uploading your baseball video to;  baseball lessons from professional baseball players
  4. Choose “select files from your computer”
  5. Find your video and click “open”
  6. The next screen allows you to specify info for the video.  IMPORTANT:  Set your privacy to unlisted (NOT private) if you want to share your video with only your instructor.   This way, your video will not be part of the public search area of YouTube, and only those with the link will be able to view it.
  7. Once the video has processed (it may take a little while), various sharing options will be displayed.  private baseball lessons - get your video critiqued by a professional player(If you don’t see this screen, you can also find the same option to email below your video any time it is playing.)
  8. Click on the button to email and send the your video to 

About Author

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Doug Bernier, founder of Pro Baseball, debuted in the Major Leagues in 2008 with the Colorado Rockies, and has played professional baseball for 5 organizations (CO Rockies, NY Yankees, PIT Pirates, MN Twins, & TX Rangers) over the past 16 years. He has Major League time at every infield position, and has played every position on the field professionally except for catcher. (You should click to watch this great defensive play by Bernier) Where is he now? After 16 years of playing professionally, Doug retired and took a position as a Major League scout with the Colorado Rockies for 2 years. Currently Doug is the Data and Game Planning Coordinator with the Colorado Rockies

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