Monthly Archives: December 2010

Baseball resume dad

Most high school showcases or tournaments have players information sheet on each individual players attending but quite oftens players dads show up with their ready made resumes for their kids for college coaches and MLB Scouts. It sounds good in … Continue reading

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Throwing 90 MPH makes you more attractive to girls

One of the added benefits of being a ball player is girls tend to like ball players. Some girls more than others. One mom told me as soon as her son started throwing 90 mph he had no problem getting … Continue reading

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Blowing their money like a drunken sailor

One thing every ball player dreams about is signing a minor league contract and getting a big signing bonus. Giving an 18 to 20 year kid alot of cash they tend to blow it on stupid things. The smart player … Continue reading

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Dinner at Hooters

Quite often after a High School Baseball Showcase or Tournament college coaches want to get dinner and asks where does any one want to go eat? Someone always answers.”Hooters” Then gives a great story about how great their wings are. … Continue reading

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1-800- crazy person

One thing about people having access to your phone number and email address you get a fair share of crazy people writing you or calling you. I had quite a few, 2 players write me from prison and told me … Continue reading

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Parents Throwing BP

One thing any player needs is good BP. Quite often in Little League a parent claims he throws great BP, some can, some not so. I had witness a dad throwing  BP to a bunch of Little Leaguers and the … Continue reading

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BP

One thing  to be a good baseball player you need to hit alot and you need a good BP Pitcher. Throwing BP is harder than it sounds, the most important thing is to throw strikes. A few times I was … Continue reading

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