As we get ready for the upcoming baseball season - Little League through the MLB, getting in a good position to hit is extremely important. Former MLB player, Harold Reynolds breaks down the important elements in the stance to have success at the plate.
Note - Harold Reynolds talks about key elements that allows for di...
Little League can be an exciting introduction to baseball. It can be the greatest game ever played and America’s pastime, or it can be a greek tragedy of ups and downs ending with your child hating one of the most difficult and intricate games to play.
Hard 90 Baseball was established in 2005 to help youth p...
Playing time is the single biggest friction point in youth sports. In today's society of instant gratification, parents want to see their player on the field, in the big moment, at the right position - with a shot to do something special. The opportunity to emulate their professional heroes.
Professional baseball scouts evaluate players on a 20-80 scale on the 5 tools of baseball - hit, hit for power, throw, run and field. When MLB evaluators give a player a rating, it is based on how that particular player's tools compare to current MLB players.
So no club ball in the winter - will I fall behind? The answer is an absolute NO - if you take the time to develop your tools. Leverage the quantifiable measurements in The 5 Tools of Baseball Can Be Trained and take a baseline measurement. From there develop a training plan.
Little League Baseball was established in 1939 by Carl Stotz in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Today, the organization boasts millions of participants and more than one million adult volunteers. Little League has chapters in every state and over 80 countries.
Last night at The Clubhouse, I walked out to Sudsy Field and the 13U Crush was all by themselves practicing bunt defenses. No coach in sight and the 13U Crush was going through bunt sequences, running plays, self correcting mistakes and getting better.
The Hard 90 culture and curriculum is working. Each play has an obje...