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  • How to Coach Tee Ball Players a Beginners Guide

    How to Coach Tee Ball Players a Beginners Guide

    posted in Coaches CornerStrategies by Jack Perconte

    Coaching is hard work. It's not just about teaching the fundamentals of baseball, it's also about managing a large group of energetic kids with varying abilities and personalities. To make things easier you need to be organized, thoughtful and flexible on the field when coaching tee ball players.

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    03 01, 23
  • 7 Best Youth Wooden Bats for 2023

    7 Best Youth Wooden Bats for 2023

    posted in Player Development by Chris Sloan

    Wooden baseball bats are a classic choice that players have used for decades. They offer a traditional feel and can be used at all levels of play, from youth leagues to the pros. Here is a list of the 7 best youth wooden bats:

    1. Louisville Slugger Youth Prime - Black - Maple Y318 Wood Baseball Bat
    2. Rawlings Player Preferred Youth Wood Wood Bat Series
    3. Marucci AP5 Youth Model Maple Wood Baseball Bat
    4. BamBooBat by Pinnacle Sports
    5. Annex Model Y57 Maple Wood Baseball Bat
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    01 01, 23
  • Children's Baseball Gear is Vital to their Success

    Children's Baseball Gear is Vital to their Success

    posted in Parents by Chris Sloan

    Why Having the Proper Children's Baseball Gear is Vital to their Success

    It can be a little intimidating when you're a child and want to play baseball. You must find the right equipment and use it properly to thrive on the field. Fortunately, that equipment doesn't need to be expensive or complicated. All of the items listed below can be found at any local sporting goods store or online through Amazon or eBay. Below are just some of the most important pieces of children's baseball gear that I recommend parents get for their kids (and why):

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    31 12, 22
  • Baseball Slugging Percentage - What it is and how it's Calculated.

    Baseball Slugging Percentage - What it is and how it's Calculated.

    posted in Coaches Corner by Chris Sloan

    Baseball Slugging Percentage - What it is and how it's Calculated.

    In baseball, slugging percentage (SLG) is a statistic that measures a player's ability to hit for power. It is calculated by dividing the total number of bases a player has achieved by their total number of at-bats. In other words, it's a measure of how often a player hits for extra bases (such as doubles, triples, and home runs) compared to their overall number of plate appearances.

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    29 12, 22
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