Added by Bill Stanton on May 19, 2015 at 2:30pm —
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Added by Zach Calhoon on May 19, 2015 at 8:08am —
There's probably not a person on Checkswing who doesn't know about Tanner Tees already. They are simply just one of the best batting tees on the market - used by every Major League team as well as youth league teams around the country.
Right now you can head over to Pro Baseball Insider and enter to win our Tanner Tees prize package, which includes
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Added by Sarah Bernier on May 13, 2015 at 11:00am —
Added by deCervo on May 5, 2015 at 3:26pm —
If only more kids were taught the value of hard work…Or, were actually given credit for their hard work instead of being blamed and told this game isn’t for them.
Today’s long-winded email is my personal story as a college coach and how anything is possible if you actually believe in yourself and have the desire to do whatever it takes to accomplish your goals in life…(This is one of the most… Continue
Added by Lantz Wheeler on April 30, 2015 at 2:00pm —
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Added by deCervo on April 21, 2015 at 2:25pm —
College baseball's longest-tenure coaches say entitlement is problem
In case you haven't noticed, society has done a 180 in the last few decades.
The "we" generation switched over to the "me" generation quite a while ago. If the picture of Rosie the Riveter came out today, chances are the caption wouldn't say "We Can Do It"…
Added by Markus Darnley on April 21, 2015 at 11:00am —
We are really excited about this week's giveaway.
"The Pitcher's Pocket 9 hole net (NOT just for pitchers) is a really unique baseball net, and is my favorite baseball gear discovery for this year. The pockets are a really unique way of giving immediate feedback about throwing accuracy, a critical skill for any player on the baseball field. It’s also incredibly stable,… Continue
Added by Sarah Bernier on April 15, 2015 at 1:00pm —
Super excited pops here my oldest son is a sophmore pitcher/outfielder/utility guy for the Wharton County Junior College Pioneers..The day after his 20th birthday they will be scrimmaging the Sugarland Skeeters in Sugarland at Constellation Field....April 20,2015 at 705pm
Added by Christian C Lyall on April 13, 2015 at 11:04am —
Added by Grant Clifford on April 7, 2015 at 11:30am —
I love and appreciate great coaches in all sports and at all levels. I love to make notes of coaches who think outside the box and take chances. I remember years ago the baseball manager, Billy Martin, put a game under protest because the pitcher took one extra pitch to warm-up between innings. He was probably the only one in the ballpark who was counting. I remember when they first instituted the rule in Major League baseball that forbid pitchers going to their mouth in a game, the penalty… Continue
Added by Marty Schupak on April 5, 2015 at 8:39pm —
Hey Gang. Killing two birds with one stone here. The first bird regards the NCAA's decision to lower the seams on their game ball with the purpose of increasing offense ( see NCAA Flat Seam Ball on Checkswing). I found this ESPN article in the past week indicating offense was down the past season, the lowest since 1981.
Personally, I don't think baseball needs more… Continue
Added by Garret Felder on April 5, 2015 at 6:12pm —
What difference does it make what a players feet,.legs and hips
are doing, if the bat doesn't make effective contact with the ball ???
Added by Rod Haney on April 2, 2015 at 5:14pm —
Our friends at Barnstable Bat Company want to start off the 2015 baseball season by helping out two baseball coaches. We will pick two deserving coaches to each win a wood Fungo Bat.
Any baseball coach knows that… Continue
Added by The CheckSwing Clubhouse on April 1, 2015 at 1:30pm —
Youth Sports were Perfect Once?
Almost daily, an article about how messed up youth sports are shows up in the news. I agree that problems need addressing, but there is danger in turning parents off to youth sports with such writing. Additionally, many of the articles suggest that the environment was once pristine. Come On?
I feel sorry for kids of today, when I grew up youth sports were perfect. No problems existed, and fun was the norm. If what I read of many youth… Continue
Added by Jack Perconte on March 25, 2015 at 2:44pm —
I am fortunate to go around the country each year running a youth baseball coach’s clinic. A small part of my 90-minute presentation covers the importance of running a parents meeting prior to each season. Whenever I follow-up with the organization on how they liked the clinic, I always get the same response. The coaches and parents wanted less time spent on the parents meeting and dealing with parent issues during the season and more time on things like first and third offensive… Continue
Added by Marty Schupak on March 25, 2015 at 2:00pm —
Hi everyone! Pro Baseball Insider is celebrating the launch of "Best Baseball Practice Nets - tested and reviewed" by giving away the net we rated the highest - the Bownet Big Mouth.
We invite you visit our page to enter the giveaway ( CLICK HERE ), and hope you'll check out the net reviews while you're there!
As we plan for this to be the first of many giveaways, we are also asking… Continue
Added by Sarah Bernier on March 20, 2015 at 2:00pm —
http://WWW.HENRYSBASEBALLCLUB.COM 781 891 0621 THE TRYOUT SEASON STARTS RIGHT AFTER THE NEW YEAR. YES THEY LOOK FOR NEW TALENT BUT THE GUY WITH THE GOLD MAKES THE RULES. THERE WAS SOME WINTER BASEBALL CAMPS TO GO TO THAT PASSED AND SOME GOING ON RIGHT NOW.
THE SCOUT THAT SIGNED DAVID PERALTA WHO BATS 3RD IN THE LINE UP FOR THE ARIZONA DIAMONBACKS HAD A CLOSED TRYOUT IN THE MIDDLE OF CT. IN THE MIDDLE OF… Continue
Added by HENRY MUNEVAR on March 18, 2015 at 7:21pm —
Want to play in the Minors? Here's how
Open tryouts decline, but there are other ways to get noticed
03/18/2015 12:00 PM ET
The MLB Scouting Bureau, which…
Added by Bill Stanton on March 18, 2015 at 5:12pm —
I guess I'm not alone in this feeling....
MESA, Ariz. -- In assessing the talents of center fielder Dexter Fowler, Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon likes the versatility that Fowler brings from his days as a high school talent who turned down a chance to play basketball at Harvard.
"I love cross pollination when it comes to athletes," Maddon said. "You get guys who just did not play baseball, meaning they've… Continue
Added by Markus Darnley on March 17, 2015 at 10:16am —