Baserunning advice for coaches from youth to adult…Taught with a very simple acronym.  

Knowing the very simple acronym BOSO will make you a much better baserunner Baserunning – BOSO B – Ball? Where is it? O – Outs? How many? S – Strikes? How many? O – Outfielders? Where are they? <ahref=”https://www.bloglovin.com/blog/18482931/?claim=nn3h8qvzv85″>Follow my blog with Bloglovin Advertisements

Dugout Rules for Baseball…Youth, High School, College…”Rules for the Dugout”

Dugout Rules -Coach Corey Twigg 1 – Players and coaches ONLY in the dugout and general dugout area – Parents will drop off drinks and snacks before the game so that they are not bothering the players or the coaches during the game 2 – Bats – Should not be swung in or right around…

The $86,400.00 Bank Account… “The 86,400 Seconds Story”…What Will You Do With the Time You Have Today?

Imagine that you had a bank account which automatically filled up every single morning with $86,400.00.  So, every day when you got out of bed, you would start over with $86,400.00.  No matter how much of it you spent on yourself the day before, wasted the day before, or gave to others the day before…You…

What Makes a Good Coach?  Qualities of a Good Coach…Is it you?

  Are you a good coach?  This BLOG should definitely start to help you find out. 1st of all, let’s just get this right out there in the open.  If you are not a good coach…It is OK.  No one ever said that coaching was easy, and it certainly isn’t for everyone. One of the…

I Want to be a Smart Phone…

As a teacher, I get my heart broken from time to time on Free-Write Fridays.  On those days, the students are allowed to write about anything that they would like.  They can write happy or sad, funny or mad.  They can write literally, whatever they want.  And because it is free-write Friday, they do not…

A Story About Beating the Odds…The Bumble Bee Flying Story

Limitation by definition: a limiting rule or circumstance; a restriction We have all, at one time or another, been told that we could not do something.  Most of the time, it was things like, “Sorry, but you’re not smart enough to do that, you’re not strong enough, or you’re not fast enough.”  It is, most of the…

A Story about Bullying…Are we Raising a Generation of “Soft” Kids?

My daughter was recently being “bullied” in some of her classes at school.  Now, you have to understand that #1, I am very old school, and #2, I am a school teacher.  I am also not a person who puts up with any form of crap. You might say, “Well, what does any of that…