Tag Archives: Little League

America’s Pastime

Baseball has long been called “America’s pastime”; it’s been popular since the mid- 1800’s. In this day and age of instant gratification, it is hard to understand the sustained popularity of a sport with so much down time between mere … Continue reading

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Coaching

Another season of Little League baseball is wrapping up with state tournaments this week. The parents must be relieved after four months of multiple game/practice commitments each week.  The eight year-olds in this photo played 35 games during the regular … Continue reading

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T-ball

Nothing says “school is out” than a five-year old T-ball game.  Summer is time for the brain to idle for a few months while the body enjoys physical pursuits.  Who needs mental stimulus during summer vacation when you’re learning the most complicated game on … Continue reading

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Do Your Best!

The Little League season is winding down; I have mixed feelings about that.  The number of games these little guys plays is extraordinary, no wonder they (me too) get burned out.  The hellish-hot days of July are right around the … Continue reading

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Good and Bad

My mother always said, “Take the good with the bad.”  That thought came to mind while I watched the first baseball practice of my 4 year old grandson … there’s a lot of good and bad in Little League.  Stretching? … Continue reading

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