Self evaluation isn’t always an easy thing to do. Sometimes it requires us to have some difficult conversations with ourselves. We need to not only acknowledge our strengths but we also have to own our weaknesses. There needs to be a fine balance of the good with the bad so we don’t dwell on the … More Reflect, Evaluate, Develop: Infield Defense Log & Journal
Over the last few seasons MLB games have averaged right around 3 hours and 5 minutes. One time I read an article, and I forget where or who wrote it, but they kept track of the amount of time the ball was in play during various MLB games. They found that the ball was actually … More Time Between Pitches; Where the Mental Game Lives
In my opinion fielding slumps are as real as hitting slumps. I’ve lived ’em, breathed ’em and agonized about ’em. THEY ARE REAL and I still get goosebumps thinking about them! The cause of fielding slumps can differ from player to player or even slump to slump, and hopefully the slumps are few and far … More Are Fielding Slumps Real?