Most baseball parents and coaches want to put their kids in a microwave instead of an oven. Parents and coaches! Your players aren't going to be the next Mike Trout or
After 30+ years as a player, coach, and scout. Here's one thing I've learned about baseball. It's so mental it's mind-blowing. In this QAB: Coaching Baseball posts, my goal is
QAB Baseball - Baseball Parenting Advice: Parents here are four baseball parenting advice pieces that will help you avoid the ultimate mistake...which is regret. We are our kid's #1 coach because
"Spring, my son is sitting the bench in high school baseball. What do I do?"I get this question all the time.Here are my two responses... 1. Practice like you're in the
he toughest pitcher I ever faced was Roger Clemens. Looking back, I don't think it was so much his "stuff" that got me out but rather me being a 29-year-old "rookie" and him being "Roger Clemens". What did I learn from this? No matter who you face, they have to throw the ball over the plate to get you out... ...so don't let who you face dictate how you feel at the plate.
I believe there’s VERY little if any difference in a softball swing/approach compared to the baseball swing. Hitting is hitting, whether softball or baseball. Period. I hope this fastpitch softball mental