The Dugout Blog
The ultimate collection of coaching articles
There are many paths to becoming a professional baseball player, but I would like to tell you a little about mine. I was fortunate enough to get a D1 scholarship out of high school, which gave me the opportunity to become a Freshmen All-American and Big East Rookie...read more
Charge the ball! We hear it all the time from youth baseball coaches, but what does this really mean for a professional player? After 6 years of helping youth leagues around the Tampa, FL area with a training and development program, this is one aspect of the game...read more
This is a big issue for me. Baseball players are told from day one to use two hands. Use two hands when catching a ball thrown to them, use two hands catching a pop up, and always use two hands catching ground balls. I might lose 99% of people reading this next...read more
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