Too often today we look for the easy way out- not wanting to put the necessary work into achieving a goal or task, but instead having it given to us because we feel we deserve it. Today we hear about change all of the time, but until you actually act
With all of the various options for teams and leagues now available, youth baseball is full of conflicts throughout the spring in every age group. In places like Florida and California, where baseball is played year round, this also applies to the fall/winter. At the lower age groups there are
There is a natural tendency in young baseball players to judge their success solely on their statistics, and many also believe this applies to their chances of being recruited to play at the college level. It seems like common sense- the higher your batting average is, the lower your ERA
A couple of months ago we wrote a post about baseball and how early commitments are becoming more and more prevalent in the game today. The Orlando Scorpions are known for being one of the most talented travel ball organizations in the country churning out Division 1 and professional prospects.
With the 2012 Major League Baseball amateur draft set to get underway tomorrow, I thought it would be appropriate to look at the biggest draft busts over the last 20 years (1992 – 2011). Due to the inherent uncertainty surrounding the MLB draft, many of the players who made our