1. Batting Psychology - Using a Top-Notch Hitting Trainer to Correct Your Swing and Get Out of Your Hit
by Brent Henze [ Date: February, 15, 2011 - Words: 335 - Views: 4169 ]
If you are a baseball player there is a very good chance that you have been in a hitting slump at some point in your life. When a hitting slump happens, it is very difficult to get out of and, many times, it turns into a mental game. You start tweaking on2. Building Self Confidence is the Key to Winning
by Mike Posey [ Date: January, 7, 2009 - Words: 1403 - Views: 7759 ]
This article discusses the importance of building self confidence in players to develop championship teams. Coaching tips given on to train your players to think, act, and play like champions.3. Can (and Should) Girls Play Baseball?
by Olan Suddeth [ Date: February, 1, 2008 - Words: 837 - Views: 11826 ]
A look at the issue of girls playing in a traditional boy's sport. Should girls play baseball?4. Do Big Barrell Bats Help or Hinder Young Hitters?
by Mike Posey [ Date: January, 26, 2009 - Words: 1236 - Views: 19695 ]
Does hitting with a big barrel bat at a young age help or hinder the hitting development for youth league hitters? This article will answer that question and discuss the key concepts in choosing a bat as it relates to youth league hittind developement.5. Introduction Letter - Start the Season Off Right
by Gerald Rhead [ Date: February, 11, 2008 - Words: 738 - Views: 25476 ]
Lay the ground work for a great season by sharing a comprehensive letter with parents and guardians of your teams players. A sample letter is included.6. Investing in High Quality Safety Gear will Protect Your Baseball Player
by Michelle McClory [ Date: November, 14, 2006 - Words: 609 - Views: 4216 ]
this article discusses the importance of safety and protective gear in youth baseball7. OUCH! My Youth Sports Parent Learns About Protective Gear
by Brent Henze [ Date: December, 17, 2009 - Words: 512 - Views: 3111 ]
If you are a youth sports parent, you need to be organized and make sure your athlete has all of his/her protective equipment. This is my story about my mom, who now LOVES baseball, and her education (my expense) on protective cups for youth baseball play8. Parent - Coach Agreements
by Deb Yeagle [ Date: January, 16, 2007 - Words: 810 - Views: 8059 ]
Help keep relationships open, behavior acceptible, and expectations under control by developing a parent-coach agreement befoe your youth baseball season begins.9. The Underappreciated Scorekeeper
by Olan Suddeth [ Date: January, 10, 2007 - Words: 558 - Views: 3913 ]
A role that is often overlooked - but required at each and every game - is that of the offical scorekeeper. This article looks at the pros and cons of having either a parent or coach do this job.10. Treating Umpires With Respect
by Deb Yeagle [ Date: November, 28, 2006 - Words: 542 - Views: 2832 ]
Don't let your players disrespect the umpires - teach manners ad boundaries.