Good baseball coaches

I played for some good coaches.

I played for some great coaches.

I played for some coaches who had no business stepping on the field. I mean seriously.

Reflecting on my journey with various coaches, certain standout traits emerge—qualities that truly enriched my experience and development as an athlete.

The best coaches I played for...

- supported multi-sport athletes by being flexible with expectations with off-season training.

- had quick heals for players who needed to be built up.

- built their players up, before tearing them down, then built them up again.

- made it obvious that they are there to support the player, not the other way around.

Ultimately, the best coaches explored every resource to help their players reach peak performance on the field.

You Need Humor in Baseball.

In a game loaded with failure, we have to be able to laugh at ourselves sometimes as hitters.

If you don't learn how to use humor in a game that's harder than most, get ready for a long career of frustration.

Without a bit of humor, you'll always be worried about future at-bats and stuck on past at-bats.

Deal with adversity with a light heart. This game is a privilege that not everyone who wants to gets to experience.

Enjoy the game, both the ups and downs, while you can.

What's your approach?

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Here's a hint: "Sometimes, the run that scores in the 1st becomes the winning run in the 9th."

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