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High SchoolOff the FieldRecruiting

As the Labor Day weekend passes and students return to school across the country, most young athletes have completed their summer seasons and will be soon preparing for the fall.  After of all the time, effort, and hard work put in over the course of the summer, it is crucial

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College BaseballHigh SchoolTraining

Most high school (and many college-level) pitchers don’t have the knowledge of what to do in order to properly prepare for a start on the mound come game-day. But, this knowledge could mean the difference between feeling “okay” and feeling “great”, having a short outing and making a quality start,

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High School

Earlier this month, eight members of the Titusvile High School baseball team in Titusville, FL were suspended and kicked off of the team for producing a ‘Harlem Shake’ video at the school’s baseball field and then posting it to YouTube.  If you are not aware of what the ‘Harlem Shake’

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When you are a player looking to get recruited for baseball, most of the time you picture a coach coming to your game, pulling out a radar gun or stopwatch, and taking down notes as you play.  While this certainly does happen, there are also more ‘non-traditional’ ways that college

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High SchoolRecruiting

For most young baseball players, their high school coach is probably their biggest influence in the game. For those with goals of moving on to the next level, the time spent over those four years is crucial to developing as a player. Coaching at the high school level can be

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