Little League Banter
In this episode of Something definitely, certainly, positively, unquestionably, undeniably, without a doubt, surely, clearly Worth Catching, Jack Perconte and Sam Zagorac discuss some fun topics from the major and little league levels.
At the youth levels of baseball, they discuss the following:
1. What age coaches or leagues should allow the intentional walk.
2. What can be done to bring more kids back into the game of baseball
3. What to do when a player shows little or no power when hitting a baseball.
Big League Banter
As for the major league talk, they discuss the following:
- Which major league player do you want up to bat when the game is on the lie.
- If had to win one game for the World Series, which pitcher in the history of the game would you want to win that game.
- Do they expect to see more knuckleball or ambidextrous pitchers in the game in the future.
As a bonus, the long-time youth baseball coaches, former major leaguer Jack Perconte and Sam Zagorac, the owner of the Diamond Edge Academy discuss the World Baseball Classic played this last March and how a coach from their past influenced them in their lives.
For coaches and parents who want to get an edge for their child, Something Worth Catching is absolutely that.
Jack Perconte has dedicated his post-major league baseball career to helping youth. He has taught baseball and softball for the past 27 years. His playing, coaching and parenting stories create better experiences for athletes and parents. Jack has written over a thousand articles on coaching baseball and youth sports. Jack is the author of “The Making of a Hitter” now $5 and “Raising an Athlete.” His third book “Creating a Season to Remember” is now available. Jack is a featured writer for Baseball the Magazine. You can also find Jack Perconte on YouTube with over 80 fun and innovative baseball instructional videos.