Posts tagged "Dugout"

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The 5 C’s To Hosting A Great Tournament

This was written by Aaron Jaworowski and first appeared in the Tournament Guy blog. You can read the full article here. There are five important things that determine if a tournament is a success. This is an open discussion from a youth...

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Why All Sports Organizers Should Celebrate On National Signing Day

A Look Into the Class of 2017 Commitments One of the biggest days of a youth athlete’s career is that day they get to sign a National Letter of Intent or letter of intent. All that hard work, dedication, and commitment...

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How LeagueApps OTA 11.0 Team Meetings Will Make Us A Better Teammate to You

We use the term “OTAs” a lot around the LeagueApps offices. We use it on our blog a lot as well. The NFL refers to the OTAs as preseason activities. One way to describe them here is to call the OTAs...

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The World Baseball Coaches Convention Confirms That The Game Is Changing

The LeagueApps dugout team spent this weekend at the Mohegan Sun World Baseball and Softball Coaches Convention this weekend. After their time in Connecticut, as well as our time at the American Baseball Coaches Convention, it was clear that the game...

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The 3 Reasons The American Baseball Coaches Association Convention Proves Your Club Will Change In 2017

The American Baseball Coaches Association is a great indicator of the state of the industry, and the industry is changing. Since 1945, the American Baseball Coaches Association has held meetings every year with the NCAA with the idea that college baseball...

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How A Hall of Famer Is Delivering Great Experiences To His Youth Baseball Programs

January 2017 Partner SportsDog Award: Dirt Dawg Sports SportsDog Value: Grit Award Winner: Alex Santiago Previous Winner: Team Esface Basketball Alex Santiago’s baseball resume is quite long. Catcher of the 1982 Puerto Rico Big League Team World Champions 18 years in...

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The 5 Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Getting Recruited To Play College Baseball

This Post Written By LeagueApps Baseball Partner Representative Tyler Wood I’ve been through the college recruiting process before and it’s stressful. I was once an aspiring high school pitcher looking to play college baseball. I had the opportunity to pitch at...

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How to Start, Scale, and Grow a Youth Sports Training Program

Former Johns Hopkins University, National Lacrosse League, and current Major League Lacrosse player Mike “Pop” Poppleton is the founder of All-American Faceoff (AAFO). Founded in 2015, the goal of AAFO is not only to teach athletes how to dominate at the...

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USA Baseball Names John Savage 2017 CNT Manager As Registration Opens

UCLA head coach John Savage has been named by USA Baseball as the manager for the 2017 Collegiate National Team. Savage previously served as an assistant coach on the 2000 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team that finished its summer 27-3-1 and...

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Four Easy Rules For Running a Successful Tournament or Event

How difficult is it to run a successful tournament? What is the most important thing about choosing a venue for your next event? Running a great tournament or event ensures that your participants will return to your sports programs. They are...