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[VIDEOS] COACHES ROUND TABLE: Hey Coach, You Spoke, We Listened

Posted by Camille D.C. Sutton on Jul 19, 2018 6:00:00 AM

When coaches drop wisdom on the diamond, we pay attention.

Whether you're wanting to take home some practical baseball knowledge, gain some motivation, or catch some good advice from seasoned coaches, we got you.

Check out Coach Matt Deggs, Coach Tony Robichaux, and Coach Mike Bianco offering some of the best coach talks we've heard in a while.

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Topics: College Baseball Coach, College baseball, D1 College Baseball

#CWS UPDATE: 6/8 Teams Headed To Omaha Use FungoMan

Posted by Camille D.C. Sutton on Jun 15, 2018 7:00:00 AM
 
That's right: 6/8 college programs headed to the 2018 College World Series are FungoMan users. We're proud to cheer them on as they compete at the highest level of college baseball.
  • Texas Tech
  • Arkansas
  • Texas
  • Washington
  • Mississippi State
  • North Carolina
Want to see some of their highlights? 
 
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Topics: College World Series, College Baseball Practice Drills, D1 College Baseball, FungoMan College Baseball, College baseball

D1 Conference CHAMPS! Time To Celebrate The Winners Circle

Posted by Camille D.C. Sutton on Jun 1, 2018 7:00:00 AM

30% of the D1 Conference Champions are FungoMan users. Today we're giving each of them a hat tip for their incredible performance thus far, and a best of luck on the road to Omaha.

The FungoMan Network is in good company. See how many D1 Conference Champs train with FungoMan!

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Topics: D1 College Baseball, FungoMan College Baseball, College baseball

Stanford Baseball Head Coach Dave Esquer Shares Theories on Training Players

Posted by Camille D.C. Sutton on Oct 13, 2017 12:00:00 PM

If you haven't already heard, Stanford Baseball just got a new leading captain for their nationally respected program, and his name is Dave Esquer.

While you may or may not be follow the changing of the guard of D1 baseball universities, this baseball coach warrants a second look. Stanford Baseball just joined the FungoMan community, and Coach Esquer took some time to answer a few coaching questions that we think you will find quite thought-provoking.

The topics include his baseball practice philosophy, how he uses FungoMan, and his idealogy of success. Enjoy.

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Topics: Stanford Baseball, D1 College Baseball, D1 baseball, College Coach, University Coach, Coaches Using FungoMan, FungoMan

3 Common Misconceptions about FungoMan at the College Level [Video]

Posted by Camille D.C. Sutton on Mar 9, 2016 2:53:24 PM

 

"It doesn't look the same as a ball coming off a bat."

"I'm an old-school coach; that machine doesn't follow the traditions of baseball."

"That thing is out to take my job."

These are things we hear from well-meaning, baseball-loving coaches quite frequently. Today, we'd like to address some of these statements and debunk a few of the misconceptions about FungoMan, what we are about, and why we believe FungoMan is a tool for the coach, not his replacement.
 
A carpenter doesn't use a circular saw for detail carpentry work when he needs a chisel. Similarly, FungoMan can not and should not replace the fungo. The fungo bat and Fungoman can coexist and compliment one another on the coach's tool belt for the work to be done to better the players.
 
We've asked one of our customers at Old Dominion University Baseball (D1), to share how and why they use their machines the way they do.

 

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Topics: Baseball, FungoMan, pitching machines, D1 College Baseball, FungoMan College Baseball, College baseball, D1 baseball, Old Dominion Baseball, baseball practice machines

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