The first place to start is the grip. When you hold a baseball bat not only, of course, do you use a baseball grip (which means your thumb is there and nothing is interlocked or anything) but whether you use a pure baseball grip; which by the way I do use. And look at the thick handles on my clubs. I do use a pure baseball grip. But even if you don’t, let’s say you are going to use your varden or overlap grip. The first thing that you have to do to get the baseball feel is to make believe you are holding a baseball bat and waggle the club, just like this. And when you do that, make sure the club head is square. You shouldn’t do it with a club face open like this, but with a square club head.Start feeling strong. Just feel like your hands are doing the right thing. From there, you could just put that club head down. And the first thing that I think you are going to notice is that your hands are going to be stronger. You’re going to see more knuckles. This line is going to be more towards your right shoulder. And that is a great way to find your grip. Because in baseball, if you started out with a grip like this and you picked up your bat, you see how you have no chance. It’s weak, it’s uncomfortable. There’s no way that you could hit to your full potential. Take your golf grip and go like this. No. Go like this. This is the first part and it’s the most important part- the way you start. Waggle that bat, waggle that club, to get your baseball grip.And then just put the club down. And that’s exactly where your hands should be. .