Begin at the beginning—square one—and my advice is to find a really good pitching coach, one who is strong on the basics and with whom you can work, and preferably someone who can and will explain things in easily understandable terms. It doesn’t matter if a beginning pitcher is 8 or 38; there’s nothing more frustrating than having someone get into all sorts of abstruse technicalities. That coach, moreover, should be able to demonstrate various aspects of things like balance, glove-side control, full windup and the stretch, a good follow-through—all the basic things a pitcher needs to know. Important: find the arm slot most comfortable for you, and be sure your coach is willing to work with 8) you and help you make the most of it, not be locked into one particular way of throwing the ball—I for one have seen so much of that, it makes me sick! And don’t be afraid to ask questions—pick the coach’s brain, as it were. Good luck.