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Youth baseball coaches should try and establish good habits with their team early in the season.
One of my pet peeves in life is being on time. In youth baseball we are competing with
a lot of extra curricular activities. If you as a coach are able to…Continue
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I don't remember much about playing elementary school basketball now, 30 years later. I know we were the Cobras. I know we wore green hand-me-down uniforms that smelled funky.
I don't remember my coach's name, or most of my teammates. I don't remember what they taught…Continue
Added by Bill Stanton on February 26, 2016 at 11:59am — No Comments
Baseball coaches and parents should be making their season long list of drills now.
If your season is 8-12 weeks long and your Little League has a 20 game season, your drill list should
be approximately 50-75 drills. Coaches should try and have 2 practices for every…Continue
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You've probably seen one of the many TV shows where people rehab old houses or rebuild old cars and make them look great. Did you know you can do the same exact thing with your baseball glove?
Quality baseball gloves are expensive and by re-lacing and reconditioning your glove it can add years to one of your prized possessions... your baseball glove.
CheckSwing is teaming up with …Continue
its that time of the year.
I have years of experience. Only use the best quality lacing.
Please check out my web site and if you have any questions please ask.
Everyone have a safe year and have some fun. Remember, you know what you get to do today?
Added by George Chappell on February 3, 2016 at 12:04am — No Comments
Calling all wood baseball bat makers! Are you looking for high quality split billets that are more affordable and yet extremely durable? You may want to consider the newest species on the market - European Beech (fagus sylvatica). This species was MLB approved in January 2014 and is catching on. We have many…Continue
Added by Sarah Cahan on January 28, 2016 at 7:57pm — No Comments
Hello, I am looking to see if there are any players from the NJIBL on this site. Also I am looking to see if anyone would be interested in playing for our team the Jersey Rippers in the NJIBL. We are based out of Deptford, NJ. Thanks.
Added by Grant Clifford on January 20, 2016 at 5:30pm — No Comments
This video blog post discusses the importance of, and how to throw a change up at the youth and high school levels. Make sure to scroll to the bottom of the page to collect your free "Throwing a Change Up Success" checklist
Added by Kyle Nelson on January 18, 2016 at 6:30pm — No Comments
Joe McIlvaine, the acclaimed two-time general manager who has been employed in professional baseball for 46 years as an executive or scout, suddenly can’t get a job.
Jeff Wren, 51, who has worked his…Continue
Players need strength, agility, and the savviness to know what pitch to take in order to become true power hitters. In Power Hitting, Coaches Paul Reddick, Jeff Cavaliere and Tom Clark demonstrate how to warm up safely and swing with the correct stance, positioning and technique.
As a bonus, this program also includes strength and conditioning exercises to maximize your young hitters’ potential. Let the experts show you how to start knocking it out the…
Added by George Lucas on January 4, 2016 at 7:48am — No Comments
Beef up your baseball season with 20 hour-long practice plans full of youth baseball drills, skills and coaching tips developed for beginner and intermediate baseball players. These practice plans are perfect for coaches, parents and volunteers coaching kids ages 5 to 9 how to play baseball.
This course can be found here:…Continue
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