Monthly Archives: May 2011

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Advice from a former Big Leaguer – Greg Litton

Jon Gregory Litton is a former infielder-outfielder in Major League Baseball drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 1st round (10th pick) of the 1984 amateur draft. He played for the San Francisco Giants (1989-1992), Seattle Mariners (1993), and Boston Red Sox (1994). Litton was a versatile utility man. The positions he played most…

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Indoor baseball drill # 1- Hands inside the ball drill.

One of the most important habits you can incorporate into your swing is the ability to keep your hands inside of the baseball. For a hitter mastering the ability to hit the inner half of the ball will allow him to do some very important things like seeing the ball longer. The better your able…

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Dealing with bad coaches

Dealing with bad coaches by: Rick Wolff Sports Parents.Com Most youth league coaches are kindhearted volunteers. These women and men try hard to make sports enjoyable and rewarding for kids. But some coaches can be dictatorial, disorganized, or sneaky. Concerned parents should watch out for difficult coaches as carefully as they watch for problem teachers.…

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