Month: January 2017

January 28, 2017

Baseball is a game of failure. You can make it to the Hall of Fame by failing 7 out of 10 times at the plate. In order to succeed in this game, you have to know how to deal with failure. Here are five ways to deal with failure: 1. Don’t make it personal. Just…

January 20, 2017

Here is our interview with Piedmont College’s Assistant Head Baseball Coach Jared Broughton. He gives a great insight on the Division III recruiting process and how it’s actually a huge positive not to receive an athletic scholarship. 

January 20, 2017

I’ve been able to talk to a lot of college coaches recently and one question that I ask all of them is, “What advice do you have to a high school player so he can better prepare for the recruiting process?” Besides doing well in school, most of them say that the best thing a…

January 13, 2017

Here is our first interview with a college coach! We had the privilege to be able to interview Coach Jeff Smith. Coach Smith is the Assistant Coach at the University of West Georgia.  

January 11, 2017

College baseball can sometimes get handcuffed with the NCAA scholarship rules. For Division I, a team can only receive 11.7 scholarships and when they give a scholarship to a player it has to be at least 25%. Also, Division I teams can only have a maximum of 27 players on scholarship. With an average of…

January 5, 2017

Here is our first podcast! It is a brief overview of what to expect out of the podcast, and a little introduction about Adam Baker, our founder. Please comment below to tell us what you think!

January 4, 2017

Racing greyhounds spend their entire career chasing a fake rabbit around the track. The rabbit is always in front of the greyhounds, speeding down the rail trying to get the dogs to go faster. Right out of the gate, the rabbit is in front and no matter how fast the greyhounds run, they will never…