When it comes to earning a starting position at the varsity level or becoming an everyday player at the college baseball level, it begins with the intangibles. Doing the little things that set you apart from other players greatly reflects the value that you have for a baseball organization.
In the video below, I will go over 4 simple things you can do today to give yourself the best shot at earning a starting position on your baseball team, competing at the varsity level, and becoming an everyday player at the college level.
The truth is, it’s not as hard as you may think.
1.Show up in shape
2. Show that you want to be there- By showing that you want to be there you’re proving that you’re a player that practices and competes with a purpose. Sounds like someone you know?
3. Play with reckless abandon- This is the only way to allow your natural abilities shine through while keeping this game fun.
4. Always show up early- Be the first guy there and the last guy to leave. This is the mark of a leader!
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If the name Eric Suttle doesn’t ring a bell don’t worry you haven’t exactly been living under a rock.
Sutt fought into the minor league organization for the Houston Astros, played in a baseball movie directed by the legendary director Clint Eastwood, and earned a starting spot in the W.B.C (World baseball Classic) to represent Germany in the W.B.C qualifiers all while being completely under the radar……..well for the most part!
Now the gig is up! Eric Suttle will spill the beans on how any baseball player can:
• hack into the minor league system and play pro ball
• make the adjustment to elite pitching
• be in a cool new baseball movie
• and play in the World Baseball Classic
all while making sure you never forget why you would do it in the first place.
For the love of the game!
Oh yes…..and don’t forget to tell me what your biggest take away is from the interview in the comments section below!
A random winner will recieve a FREE movie ticket to see Trouble With the Curve Directed by Clint Eastwood!
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