Monthly Archives: September 2012

Jackie Robinson 42 and why I love baseball movie cinema!

Every once in a while someone will create a piece of art that truly captures the spirit of what it means to be a baseball player. There are only a few things that truly inspire me in life and combining the power of the narrative with anything baseball related kills two birds with one stone…

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Surviving the baseball recruiting process w/ Dave Franco

  What does every aspiring baseball parent, player, and even coach want to accomplish during the baseball recruiting process? Save time……money……play at the next level! Right? You don’t want to waste time seeking advice about scholarship options from people and resources that can’t help you. You don’t wan’t to waste money on baseball showcases, and recruiting services…

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How to dream BIG in baseball like Pablo

This post was inspired by the previous interview with Tom Hanson on the mental aspect of baseball. One of the things that he said that really hit home for me and the Art of Baseball community as well, was when he said , the things you think about you attract into your life I couldn’t…

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Gary Vaynerchuck on the Power of Storytelling, Getting Recruited and His Favorite Baseball Players

  I literally just checked off another box on my bucket list. I had the GREAT opportunity to talk on the phone with media mogul Gary Vaynerchuck, famous for turning his father’s wine business into a 30 + million dollar business before he turned 21! He’s also the best-selling author is of  “Crush it” and…

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