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I don't know this guy but this is apretty good blog on the MLB Draft.
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Tell me something please...
Why doesn't every pitching coach
Teach Movement, Not Mechanics?
You could make a million throws in a row and none of them, not a single one would show up exactly the same way on the video, or computer screen.
Heck.. You can't even write your…
The Life And Death Of Donny Everett
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Quick Tip #11
When you start coaching your t-ball team, the gathering of information from your library, the internet and speaking to other coaches cannot be overlooked. Another source that I have used in my 25-year coaching career may surprise you. I have developed some of my most creative and popular drills from other sports. This is what I call "cross sports drills." Whether it is a drill in football, basketball or even ice hockey,…
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Let’s take a brief look at the personalities of the four coaches in the College Football Playoff.
There is Alabama’s Nick Saban, bloodless automaton.
There is Ohio State’s Urban Meyer, tortured genius.
There is Washington’s Chris Petersen, every bit as loose and jovial as Dick Cheney.
And then there is Dabo Swinney, little league baseball coach.
In a little more than a month, the head coach of the…Continue
The Mystery of the Vanishing Screwball
Hector Santiago of the Los Angeles Angels was sitting at a restaurant table in Glendale, Ariz., in March, holding an orange in his left hand. He formed a circle with his thumb and forefinger, then spread his remaining fingers around the fruit with half an inch between each one. He was demonstrating how he…Continue
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Legal technicalities dating back to 1922 have kept many players’ pay below poverty level.
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I don't know the writer of this blog. A friend sent it to me and I felt it was important to share with the CheckSwing community. Definitely worth reading.
For anyone who has ever coached youth sports of any kind, from pee-wee to middle school, and even high…Continue
This was in Peter Gammons' blog.
Ted Williams used to play pepper almost every day, for what he said…Continue
On Monday, the Georgia High School Association adopted new pitch count rules that will take effect for the 2017 season.
It’s a decision that high school associations…
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Question for this esteemed group of baseball people:
My nephew is 12, almost 13. He's played on a travel team for the past few years that rarely wins. Great group of kids and families. They are all close friends. The coach is excellent. Many of the players are just not developing despite good efforts from the coach. Many lack the athletic ability and view it as more of a fun activity instead of a game they are looking to play in HS or college.
The kids do not seem to…Continue