Monthly Archives: March 2014

Using Baseball Role Models for Motivation.

  What should I do if my player lacks motivation? I get that question a lot…here is my response. Have you ever felt a connection or an affinity with a baseball player you looked up to? Maybe you found out that both of you are from the same home-town, share the same favorite flavor of…

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Become a Switch-Hitter By Growing Your Myelin Sheath.

  I didn’t learn how to become a true switch-hitter until I was around 22 years old but when I did it was a huge skill-set for me and served as a major advantage. All breaking ball pitches were breaking towards me and I was able to pick up the ball out of the pitcher’s…

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How to have little guy POWER like Dustin Pedroia

  You know where I stand. If you’re an average ballplayer and you don’t have values…you won’t become a great player. If you’re a a baseball parent…and you don’t know how to communicate the value of work-ethic, humility and courage as legitimate approaches to success in baseball… …he’ll just have to learn the hard way.…

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How to make home made warrior paint eye-black for your next ball game.

  One of the things that I loved most about playing baseball was the preparation. The pre-game rituals were exciting for me. Yes…I was the kind of player who was so excited that I would sleep in my uniform the night before the ball-game. Don’t worry, I eventually grew out of that as i got…

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