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You may not be on the field, but there are always things you can be doing to work towards your goal of getting recruited to play at the next level.  Here are 5 things any player can do to help themselves in the offseason in recruiting: 1.  Get focused on

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TrainingTravel Ball

One of the biggest complaints surrounding serious summer baseball is that it the schedule is too demanding on the players’ bodies and that kids need to rest after their high school season ends.  While it is true that a full summer travel ball schedule can be rigorous with the week

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I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to work for a terrific high school baseball program that competes at the highest level of competition in the state of Florida, as well as train D-I collegiate athletes on an everyday basis for almost a full academic year. With that being said, I

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The fall and winter are full of baseball showcases and college camps for players. These can be great recruiting tools for coaches, so it is important for those players who attend to be ready to make a good impression. Here are a few quick ways to make sure you do

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Travel Ball

Geoff Miller of the Winning Mind LLC is the mental skills coach for the Atlanta Braves. He recently wrote a post about the hidden pressures of travel ball, Geoff is one of the best in his field and has a wealth of knowledge to share including a book that he

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