Baseball Played the Wood Bat Way
Northwest Independent Baseball League
The Baseball Play Book
Ron Polk breaks the game of baseball down not only
position by position, but all aspects of the game
off the field. A veteran college coach and one of
the most respected men in the game, Polk gives
excellent tips for coaches of all levels, from the
first day of practice to the final game of the
postseason tournament. The former Mississippi State
coach is still a popular speaker on the clinic tour
and after reading the book, one will understand why.
Not only does Polk discuss teaching fundamentals and
game strategies, but also gives excellent ideas and
points on the "behind-the-scenes" aspects of the
game - everything from organizing tournaments and
field maintenance to dealing with the local
officiating associations, fans, and bringing in
support staff to help run a smooth program. Polk
even includes ready-to-copy charts and forms for
player information, public address announcers, game
schedules, equipment managing, and setting up and
enforcing team policies. If you're looking for
big-names and shiny pictures, forget it -
this book is for serious coaches....and
Polk doesn't leave any aspect of coaching in an
organized baseball league uncovered.
This book can help you win 20-30% more games.
It has for me Duane Wangenheim NWIBL.ORG
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Want to throw harder
Here's another baseball pitching tip...
Be a team player. No one tries to make an error or
a mental mistake. But it's going to happen. Pick up
your teammates when they make a bad play or have a
poor performance. By doing so, the whole team becomes
stronger mentally, and you'll have a more positive
Work on it!
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