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Overview Intro It’s midseason, and the team just DFA’d their star third baseman. Fans are buzzing, wondering why the front office would cut ties with a player they signed to a multi-million dollar deal just last year. In the clubhouse, teammates are packing for a road trip, whispering about trade rumors and roster moves. The …

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When it comes to youth baseball, equipping catchers with the right gear is crucial for both performance and safety. One of the most debated pieces of equipment is the type of head protection catchers should use. In this guide, I will highlight the importance of hockey-style head protection over the traditional skull cap and face …

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In the stands, the tension among the parents was palpable, especially as Tommy’s father called out encouragements, urging the catcher to scoot a bit closer to home to aid his son. On this particular day, Joey, known for his quick thinking and his role as the team’s unofficial strategist, manned the plate. Heeding the advice …

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Hey baseball families, stepping into the batter’s box during a live game can be a monumental shift for young players, especially when compared to the comfort of batting practice. The added pressure is palpable as every eye in the stands focuses on them and the roar of the crowd fills their ears. The field itself …

Read More about Stepping Up to the Plate – Hitters Freezing in the Batter’s Box

It’s the bottom of the ninth, two outs, with the winning run on second base. The crowd’s roaring like a jet engine as the batter cracks a hard liner into the gap. The third base coach is windmilling his arm like a turbine, sending the runner from second home. The throw from center field is …

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