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Apr, 2020

Being Selective With Competitive Baseball Games

With children, teaching them the proper techniques and encouraging teamwork are important. Instead of encouraging them to see who can catch the most balls without dropping them, focusing on the details that can make them better competitors. To provide an analogy of sorts, if you placed a group against each other to see who can hammer more slats in to create a treehouse, the result will be sloppy as the competitors focus more on getting the most slats versus ensuring that the slats are spaced evenly or parallel, for that matter.

There is certainly tremendous value in competitive practice. Before starting a game, however, consider evaluating whether the game will serve as a way of reinforcing or replacing the skills taught to the young players.

This update is by Danny Berry Baseball. Danny Berry provides an ideal setting for a youngster's initiation into the classic sport of baseball in an atmosphere designed to be fun and free of pressure. As a popular South Florida youth coach, Danny Berry strives to create a world of fun for boys, girls, and adults through a broad array of leagues, clinics, and baseball programs. For more information on Danny’s baseball summer clinic Miami, please call 305-281-0961.

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