Welcome to my house! House of pitching is all about fastpitch softball pitching and whether you’re a pitcher, the parent of one, a pitching instructor, a coach or simply a pitching fanatic, it’s for you!
Who am I?
If you’ve been interested in pitching for any length of time, you might have heard of me before. I’ve spent most of my life in fastpitch softball travelling all over the world competing at the highest levels of men’s fastpitch and doing pitching lessons and clinics. I was born in Erie, Pennsylvania and i love spending time my son, Alex.
To learn more about me, read my bio.
I have several excellent videos like Building The House, Tricks of the Trade, The Road to the Rise, Pitching 101: Starting from Scratch or The Pitches: Method for Movement. They’re available to you in DVD, instant download or streaming format.
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– Bill Hillhouse
Welcome to the House of Pitching Newsletter. I am never at a shortage for newsletter topics. Never. I think of them constantly on airplanes, in my car, watching TV, or doing almost anything. Sometimes I have the ability to write down my thought so I can remember it later and actually write on the subject. […]
After weeks of testing and tweaking, I’m happy to announce that my brand new House of Pitching is finally up! Join the housewarming here: http://www.houseofpitching.com. You’ll notice the difference right away. I’ve switched the old red, blue, and gray color scheme with something simpler–just plain black text over a white background. All pages are mobile-friendly […]
Welcome to the House of Pitching Newsletter. Some people view the high school softball season like they do any high school class… they blow off studying as long as possible, then cram for the finals. Unfortunately, pulling an “all-nighter” of pitching won’t get someone prepared for the season. But, that kind of goes back to […]
Welcome to the House of Pitching Newsletter. In many ways, summer seems as though it just began. In other ways, it feels like it went on forever. There are some girls who move right into the fall season after the summer, and others just wait until spring. From 1990 to 2000, I played year round softball […]
Lewiston, ID –The Amateur Softball Association (ASA) 2009 Rule Book has included Gorilla Gold, the world’s leading producer and marketer of resin-tackified grip towels, as the only approved drying agent allowed in a pitcher’s pocket. The new ruling aligns the ASA with NCAA Softball, which has allowed pitchers to use Gorilla Gold for the past […]