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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

Lindale ISD Foundation Gives Grant Money for FungoMan

Posted by Camille D.C. Sutton on Apr 13, 2019 2:00:00 PM

"FungoMan? Oh yeah, it's on my wish list," said one too many baseball coach. We've got good news for such coaches. Today we're sharing the Lindale ISD success story in winning a grant for the local high school's baseball program—for a FungoMan.

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Topics: FungoMan, FungoMan Customers, Baseball Trainings, FungoMan Controller, Baseball Player Development, Baseball Motivation

Double Play Drills For Days with Sean Travers

Posted by Camille D.C. Sutton on Feb 15, 2018 2:00:00 PM

Omar Vizquel -- a familiar name to aspiring middle infielders -- turned 1734 double plays in his career at shortstop. Ozzie and Cal followed him with 1590 and 1565 respectively.

His numbers boast an undeniable discipline and sense of play that distinguished him as one of the most agile players to ever play the game. You have to admit, double plays are among the most dynamic aspect of middle infielding.

Director of Player Development for the Ontario Blue Jays, Sean Travers has been sharing some awesome material of his crew working on double plays. Watch these guys turn two.

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Topics: Six Four Club, Double Plays, Baseball Player Development, Sean Travers, Middle Infield Drills