skip navigation

Gatti Hitting System

Welcome to the Gatti Hitting System.

First is the Gatti Video Library. In this 20 + online tutorial video library I break down the entire swing. You will see the best MLB hitters in game swing slow motion breakdowns. I analyze each move they make from the first to the very last. I chop up the swing into understandable components for the viewer. You will learn what every body part does, when it does it, and why it does it. After the component breakdown you will see drills for you to do that target the component. This $20 library will be your best resource for your swing training.  See  sample video below. This library is perfect for parent, player or coach.

Next you have the option of emailing me a simple video of your player's swing (chest view) from your phone camera. I will reply back with a voice over critique analysis of your swing compared to a MLB hitter. I will also assign the drills that you will do from the video library you have already purchased. This analysis is a one time charge of $50. There is no monthly membership. However, it is recommended to send me subsequent videos to build your swing systematically. See sample video below.  Pay as you go... Getting better every day!!

-Dom Gatti

Dom Gatti

Dom Gatti

Gatti Baseball

Phone: 516 815-8330

GATTI VIDEO LIBRARY

Click here to buy the library.

  • Click here to the view a sample of my Video Library.  
  • Access complete 20+ library of swing breakdown and drills for a one time fee of $20.
  • Click Video to the right for a sample of a video analysis.
  • Learn More About Getting A Video Analysis Of Your Swing $50.. Click here
  • Click tab on top to learn about Team Video and One-on-One Seminars for your individual players, team or organization.

SAMPLE YOUTH VIDEO ANALYSIS

Sample Stride Component from Video Library


Gatti 2017 Summer Camps

We are thrilled to announce 2 new camps this summer!! We are adding a MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP instructed by North Shore Varsity Coaches Scott Lineman and Rob Gates as well as 2 weeks of Softball training hosted by NYIT Head Coach Steve Christianson. Rejoining the Gatti Camp team is Steve McQuail, Jon Costa and Ray Chaputian.

WE ARE NOW ACCEPTING ENROLLMENT FOR THE FOLLOWING CAMP LOCATIONS:

CAMP LOCATION & DATES:

  • MINEOLA AA @ MINEOLA LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL FIELDS: JUNE 26 – JUNE 30 (grades k-5th)
  • OYSTER BAY @ MARINO PARK: JULY 10-14(grades k-5th)
  • NORTH SHORE @ GLEN HEAD COMMUNITY CENTER: JULY 17-21 (grades k-5th)
  • *NEW* MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP@ GLEN COVE CAMPY FIELD: JULY 24-28 (grades 6th-8th)
  • *NEW* SOFTBALL CAMP @ GLEN HEAD COMMUNITY CENTER: JULY 24-28 (Ages 7-17)
Gattibanner

GATTI PROGRAMS & PARTNERS

These are some of the many programs  run by Dom Gatti and his team of coaches. Interested in learning more about becoming a Bulldog or getting involved in his high-level hitting clinics? Click here to learn more about our opportunities

Sponsored by Cove Sports

Cove Sports

Visit Website
  • High Density Indoor Turf Field(100ft x 70ft) with a 28ft ceiling, regulation indoor basketball & volleyball Court ;perfect for practicing  soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, baseball, softball and more

    • Two pitching tunnels with mounds- 42-60.5 feet or smaller

    • Seven batting cages- with pitching machines, L-screens and balls for Baseball and Softball

    • Batting Cages & Pitching Mounds(Softball & Baseball)

 

Sponsored by Blue Collar Athletics

Blue Collar Athletics

Visit Website

Blue collar athletics is a non-profit, 501-c tax deductable travel baseball organization started by coach Dom Gatti and other community baseball enthusiasts.  We currently host travel baseball teams ages 8u -12u.  Our mission is to provide a high level baseball experience at a low cost to families.  We are a family oriented organization that hosts multiple family run fundraisers to offset the costs of the season.  

Sponsored by Next Level

Next Level

Visit Website

Next Level Baseball (NLB) is an elite travel organization that focuses on creating a limited number of high quality teams rather than numerous average teams.  NLB may have no team at a specific age group rather than field a team that is not up to the quality of play that is demanded by the NLB organization.