Batting Slumps & Poor Youth Baseball Attitudes
I've said it a million times.
If you're throwing your helmet and kicking dirt with your head held down, I'm NOT saying you're soft...
...but it sure does LOOK soft.
Poor Youth Baseball Attitudes
When I was coaching and scouting, I didn't care if you got mad after a bad at-bat.
The question is how long do you stay mad for.
In my opinion, it's for one pitch, then you're wiping the slate clean.
It's really hard to focus on the most important game of the season, which is today's game...
...while your mind is still stuck on your previous at-bat.
It's not about you.
It's about you helping your team win.
The question is simple.
The next time you don't get a hit, are you gonna go into "pout mode"...
...or "best competitor on the field mode"?
The choice is yours.
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