March Madness Still In Play For Baseball And Softball Parents
In the young sports family March is when baseball and softball season starts! Parents need help for their baseball and softball players, young or old, when their own “March Madness” strikes.
In the young sports family, March is when baseball and softball season starts. Parents need help for their baseball and softball players, young or old, when their own “March Madness” strikes.
For non-baseball parents or an advanced coach looking for baseball tips, drills and keeping the game fun, Stop the madness and check out the recently published “How To Coach Baseball; A Parent’s Guide to Tips, Drills and Having Fun Playing Baseball” at: http://tinyurl.com/baseballparentsguide.
Inside you will find many tips about the game and a truly unique perspective on how to coach it. It is not aimed solely at elementary school-aged kids, though a single, non-baseball playing Mom or Dad who wants to help their beginning player will find a multitude of useful tips. For advanced coaches, there is plenty here too. Each aspect of the game (from pitcher to catcher, fielder, batter and coach) is broken down and tips, drills and tricks for all ages are provided.
If your child is a ball player, no matter what level they are at or aspire to, you will find this to be very helpful. The book is designed to be an easy initial read, but also to serve as an ongoing reference (http://tinyurl.com/baseballparentsguide).
Good parenting is a total act of love. Baseball too, when approached properly, is all about love. It is a bonding agent. And when it comes to helping your player reach their potential, as you will soon read, it is the sincere love of the game that will lead to lifelong enjoyment and maximized performance on the field. Beyond that, it will come full circle and enhance the parent-child relationship, creating a true bond.
Author Coach Zee earned his Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Education from a Jesuit University, where he also played varsity baseball. He is a high school teacher and has coached baseball since 1983 at all levels, from youth league to high school head coach.
He and his wife have been operating youth baseball and softball camps (grandslamcamp.com) for more than 20 years, sharing the game with youngsters from ages 6-14. Coaching players of all ages provides a very unique perspective on how to coach the game. Most importantly, he has three grown children of his own, each of whom played ball growing up. This experience is woven deeply within these words.
On the field, his teams have won league, regional and state championships. More importantly, players of all ages and abilities have not only reached their potential, but gained a lifelong love for the game. Many players have gone on to play beyond high school, in college and professionally. Some have gone into coaching while most others have gone on to become successful citizens, husbands and fathers.
Coach Zee hails from a small town where his family - namely his dad and uncles - were heavily into baseball. During the heyday of semi-pro baseball in the 1950’s, the family had their own team, which at its core was formed by nine brothers. They achieved local notoriety for both their unique story and success on the field.
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