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How To Be the Smartest Player in the Dugout [5 Tips]

Posted by Camille D.C. Sutton on May 10, 2019 3:00:00 PM

You were once the best player on your team, but now you've leveled up. With a higher talent pool, you've got to win your starting spot.

Obviously, coaches expect players to develop their skills and physicality to earn their positions. However, other qualities can set players apart from the rest. If a player can master these five habits, he'll be well on his way to becoming the smartest player in the dugout—and win his spot on the roster.

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Topics: Baseball Coach, Baseball Instruction, Baseball Mental Training, baseball players, Baseball Player Development

Powerful Language: Baseball Team Intangibles That Win Games [Pt. 3]

Posted by Camille D.C. Sutton on May 4, 2016 1:18:00 PM
 
Trying to nail down the elements of a championship team is as hard as trying to pick out the best ingredient of your grandma's secret apple streusel recipe.
 
There are so many elements to consider, and one ingredient doesn't work without the other, so as we draw to a close on this blog series Baseball Team Intangibles That Win Games, we can consider a vital component of winning teams -- developing a culture where what you say has power.
 
Whether you're giving the motivational speech of your life, or just giving instruction, let's take a look at how to develop your unique language as a coach. Perpetuating that language within your team will reap winning benefits in life and the game.
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Topics: Coaching, Baseball Coaching, Baseball Coach, Baseball Instruction, Winning Baseball Games