Are great hitters born or made?
I believe it's both.
Great hitters are born because talent is REAL. Not everyone is going to play in the big leagues, and not everyone is going to get a trophy.
Here's the thing - you DON'T need to be the next Mike Trout to play at a high-level and get an education out of this game.
Who knows, maybe you will get a chance to play some pro-ball.
But if you're not a great hitter and you want to be made into a great hitter, you better get GREAT at being the best competitor on the field.
When I was coaching and scouting, my favorite player to watch was the kid who was the same guy every day.
Whether he was 0-4 or 4-4, he looked like he wanted to be there, high-fiving his teammates, and competing with calmness, toughness, and focus.
If you're not a great hitter, and you want to become a great hitter...learn to be a great competitor.
This is why I say that there's a benefit to playing multiple sports.
You learn how to compete while giving your arm a break.
You take a little time off the field and then all of a sudden, you're bigger, faster, stronger & smarter.
What's your opinion: Are great hitters born or made?
The winter break is here. Are you getting your work in?
Make sure you're working on your mental game. You can start with this mental hitting pep-talk.
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