At the end of this baseball season, the greatest modern day shortstop will take off his number two uniform for the final time. He will walk out of the locker room and down the steps and into our memories. The face of baseball will finally retire. Derek Jeter will walk into the next chapter of … [Read More...]
** I'd written earlier this year about HOW to play Long Toss... Now I'd like to expand on that and discuss the IMPORTANCE of playing Long Toss!
A couple of days ago I was talking to a high school baseball coach about throwing and injuries that seem to be happening at an alarming rate. Every … [Read More...]
I had a coach tell our team that there is a difference between injured and sore. Injured – you can’t play and sore you can play.
If you are trying to figure out if you are injured, below are four easy ways to distinguish.
1. Swelling that is limiting your joint movement
2. Pain that … [Read More...]
The baseball dugout is a sacred place and the rules and regulations of a baseball dugout and a baseball team are different but similar to anywhere else in the world.
When a player dons the uniform and enters the dugout for practice or a game, different rules apply. But upon further inspection, … [Read More...]