Stanford Baseball Head Coach Dave Esquer Shares Theories on Training Players

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

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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.


Stanford Baseball Coach Dave Esquer Theories on Baseball Practice Training

1. Finding the technical and physical edge of players in practice 

 

2. The importance of first step quickness and understanding footwork to increase range

 

3. Success + Excellence 

 

What did you think of Coach Esquer's comments? Feel free to share what you think about practice, success, and excellence in the comments below or on Facebook. We love to hear how coaches approach their profession and how they go about implementing their values into practice and the game.

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

Written by Camille D.C. Sutton

Let's just say that I can hang with the best of them in a game of serious wiffle ball. An expert observer, baseball admirer, and baseball coach's daughter, I'm just here to share the latest and greatest in baseball development, baseball training, and maybe some of my peanuts at the ballpark.

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