Scott Brown

EP:16 Scott Brown (Vanderbilt U) on Paying Attention to What Matters Most

On this episode, Coach Brown reveals his keys to being a successful coach and player no matter the level of play. He discusses the importance of staying in the moment, and how important it is to always be in search of new resources.  In addition, if you are interested in talking pitching, Scott shares the […]

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EP:15 Ed Blankmeyer (St. John’s U.) on Raising a Ball Player: Reflections of a Baseball Coach

On this episode, we discuss the dynamic between players, coaches, and parents, and dive deep into his experiences of raising a ball player.  Coach Blankmeyer shares strategies for how to successfully coach your own kid, and how he set parameters and also his process for making it a family decision. In addition, Coach Blankmeyer shares […]

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EP:14 – Jeremy Sheetinger (ABCA) on Being a Resourceful Coach and Parent

On this episode, we discuss the importance of being a resourceful coach and parent. Coach Sheets and I dive deep into life-long learning, and share some of the valuable experiences and teachable moments that have shaped us as coaches, parents, and men. Coach Sheets also discusses his role within the American Baseball Coaches Association, and […]

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EP: 13 – Hitting is a Conversation with Pro Hitting Consultant Kevin Wilson

  On this episode, we discuss how and why the best tool that can be used to help players become successful is, conversation.  Kevin shares how important it is to ask questions and to be a good listener, how to “trick” your players into success.  Kevin also explains the role of a hitting consultant to […]

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