Baseball Zone

Get into the ‘Zone’ this fall! Appointments Only. Your safety is our #1 Priority. We have solicited the advice of medical doctors and a public health expert who have toured our facility and created a health and safety protocol appropriate to protect all our customers and staff. Thus we are running all our Fall Programs…

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Be Part Of A Crew, Not An Individual!

  Courtesy of Baseball Umpire’s Learning Blog  Working as a crew is critical to having a well umpired game. When watching a game, it is easy to see whether there is a crew or individuals working the game within the first couple of innings. A crew’s work begins long before the umpires arrive at the…

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Team Snap Playbook For Coaches, Parents and Players

Introduced in 2017, TeamSnap is the #1 sports team/league management platform designed to manage your team schedule, post scores, cancel or create practices and events, track player availability, enable real-time team communication, create parent assignments (snack duty) and allow communication between the league and coaches during the season. Though not mandatory, it is highly recommended…

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A Coach’s Guide To ADHD

This is a guide to coaching children with ADHD. Not all children with ADHD have a diagnosis, and the good news is that the tips and strategies in this guide will be helpful when coaching any very active, impulsive and distractible child – whether they have a formal diagnosis of ADHD or not. It’s been…

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Dealing With Bullying On Youth Sports Teams

Bullying is an epidemic in our society today. And it’s especially a problem in sports. A recent survey of 22,000 high school students across the U.S. found that 48 percent of the respondents had been targets of hazing–a form of bullying in which kids are humiliated or required to take part in dangerous activities. What…

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How To Deal With Difficult Parents

Every season, coaches all over the world dedicate huge portions of their time to teaching other kids how to play a sport. They do this because they love the game. They do it because they love the kids. Most parents greatly appreciate your commitment to their kids, but there are always exceptions. Emotions can run…

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