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What To Do When You’re On Deck

What To Do When You’re On Deck

Baseball players are constantly given advice on how to handle themselves at the plate, but what are players supposed to be doing before they even step foot in the batter’s box? Here are some helpful notes to take into consideration whenever a player is on deck. 1) Check Yourself In […]

by April 21, 2014 Baseball Life
How To Select The Right Size Senior League Bat

How To Select The Right Size Senior League Bat

Choosing the right size Senior League bat for a young player can be a difficult task so we have created these guidelines to make your job as a parent or coach a little easier. An important thing to keep in mind when choosing a Senior League bat is that young […]

How To Deliver Post Loss Speech As A Youth Baseball Coach

How To Deliver Post Loss Speech As A Youth Baseball Coach

Losing a big game can weigh heavy on a team, especially a team crafted of young players. It is your job as a coach to help your team learn and grow from their mistakes, but to also uplift them. One of the biggest roles of a youth baseball coach is […]

by April 7, 2014 Baseball Life
How To Eat On Game Day

How To Eat On Game Day

Eating right during both on and off season is essential to keep you healthy and alert on the field, but nutrition is especially vital on game days so you can put your best foot forward. Every single conditioning session, workout, and practice is important— but let’s face it, there is […]

by April 7, 2014 Baseball Life
One-Piece vs Two-Piece BBCOR Baseball Bats

One-Piece vs Two-Piece BBCOR Baseball Bats

Deciding between a one-piece and two-piece BBCOR baseball bat can be a confusing process. Some sites will tell you that power hitters should swing a one-piece baseball bat, and other sites will tell you that power hitters should swing a two-piece baseball bat, and vice versa with contact hitters. When […]

by March 28, 2014 Baseball Life, BBCOR Baseball Bats
Senior League Baseball Bats: Big Barrel (2 3/4”) vs. Standard (2 5/8”)

Senior League Baseball Bats: Big Barrel (2 3/4”) vs. Standard (2 5/8”)

The physical difference between a big barrel Senior League baseball bat and a standard Senior League bat is the barrel size. A big barrel baseball bat has a barrel diameter of 2 3/4”. While a standard size Senior League bat has a barrel diameter of 2 5/8”. A big barrel […]