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It depends on what kind of Kool-Aid you drink and what gives you satisfaction. Apparently an individual's perspective is based upon whether you want to develop all kids in a league, town, area etc, or just a select few and win as many games as you can. Somerset used to dominate the area at all ...
What so special besides maybe a pickoff move is taught at the Pony League level? It's baseball. Leadoffs at each base (they're not all the same), bunt defenses, cutoffs, double cuts, defending 1st and 3rd, rundowns, base running 1st and 3rd, sac bunts, bunting for hits, squeeze plays, and whatever ...
- August 23rd, 2017, 11:07 pm
- Forum: Baseball
- Topic: 2018 Pony League baseball
- Replies: 23
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All years are important for a kid in terms of their "development". But if you want a good league, you spread out the talent. Its just common sense and all kids can benefit. All years are important but they are not all the same. The jump from Little League to PONY league is significant because so ...
Great point.say_oww wrote:Too bad more parents aren't as concerned with their kids' academics as they are for their future career in the MLB
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Legion has no lower age limit. Johnstown's competitive issue has always been that the league doesn't have a players draft. Splitting up kids equally leads to a better competitive balance and allows all kids to improve. Simply loading up one team does nothing for those kids in the long run. Except t...
I was not aware that Kenny had played in The AAABA league. Do you know who he played for? I have heard he was a good High School player and went on to play in college. I also think with a couple more quality pitchers, OA could make a run next year. Congratulations goes out to Carpenters for earning...
- March 27th, 2014, 10:08 am
- Forum: Baseball
- Topic: New Windber MEGA-sports Complex + a bit of irony
- Replies: 72
- Views: 8099
The big picture is that the kids are keeping busy in a sport that they love and their families are investing their time and resources into them as well. Guys like Rick and his staff have helped develop and get kids exposure while also improving and giving confidence to kids that may have never even ...