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Utilizing Stations to Maximize Your Batting Practice For Both Softball and Baseball

Utilizing Stations to Maximize Your Batting Practice For Both Softball and Baseball

Here is an excellent way to efficiently utilize the hitting portion of your practice plan. Rather than having On-field BP with one player hitting, one player on deck and 20 players standing around shagging, here is a better use of this time. The goal: The goal is to maximize number of quality swings, minimize the [...]

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Pearls of Wisdom Part 2

Pearls of Wisdom Part 2

Continuing our list of the best Pearls of Wisdom from all of our Kudda coaches   11) Standing across the sidelines before the game the other team always looks bigger, faster, stronger, and smarter than ours. 12) Nothing good ever came from being a player’s “friend” on Facebook or Twitter. 13) The further you travel for a competition [...]

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Parents Expectations of the Coach

Parents Expectations of the Coach

A recent article focused on the expectations parents have for the coaches of their children.  Focus was placed on certain habits and methods that coaches should take to ensure a smooth relationship with the parents. Areas such as communication style, experience and handling discipline issues were emphasized. Warning signs and common mistakes were also discussed. [...]

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Calvert Hall Coach Bryan Kelly Shares Some Thoughts about Coaching in a Blowout

Calvert Hall Coach Bryan Kelly Shares Some Thoughts about Coaching in a Blowout

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Coaches Pre-Season Parents Meeting

Coaches Pre-Season Parents Meeting

Kudda HIGHLY recommends that coaches hold a Pre-season meeting with the parents. This is a valuable opportunity to connect with the parents and help them understand what to expect from you. Take the initiative and be PRO-ACTIVE. Avoid these Common Mistakes coaches make in this meeting: On the field right after practice or game. Parents [...]

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