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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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Just about everyone these days, especially the younger generation, is constantly on at least one, if not multiple, social media sites. But It’s not only kids either – many coaches, teachers, and administrators have a presence on Facebook and Twitter. Therefore, simply telling a young person to avoid being on

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High SchoolTrainingTravel Ball

In a game that featured New Orleans Jesuit HS and Archbishop Rummel,  LA HS two star pitchers threw a combined 347 pitches. This was a highly anticpated matchup in the state as Emerson Gibbs a Tulane signee was on the hill for Jesuit and Mitch Sewald an LSU signee would be

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My Role Is
High SchoolRecruitingTravel Ball

In baseball the team that executes is the team that is going to win. Knowing your role as a player will help you become the best player that you can be. As players we all have special and unique skill sets, some have power, speed, power and speed, instincts the

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High SchoolRecruitingStickyTravel Ball

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 around, this also applies to the fall/winter.  At the lower age groups there are

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