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For Players - Some tips, drills & guidelines

Playing the game is more enjoyable when you're equipped & ready for it!

 Links to several articles are included below. Hopefully they'll be helpful.     

There's lots you can do besides just showing up for your game and all players, along with at least one parent/guardian, must sign the Player/Parent Contract when registering.

Being ready is pretty basic. Arrive early and do warm-up exercises with the rest of the team. Dress appropriately in your team shirt & hat and suitable pants and shoes. Wear (or at least bring with you) a sweatshirt or jacket if it's cold?  (You can wear it over your uniform if needed.) Bring your glove and maybe some water so you can stay hydrated.  Coming prepared means coming equipped & ready to participate!  If it's sunny - and we hope it is - bring sunscreen!


Learn more about the game and how to develop your skills:

A Home Run that really counted   

A guide to slow-pitch/softball

Bats: Use one that's the proper size for you

Becoming a skilled athlete 

Feeling good about yourself

Cito Gaston's Tball Tips (Part #1)  

Cito Gaston's TBall Tips (Part #2) 

Gloves: Get a suitable one

Goals & staying motivated 

Helmets: Wear one that fits properly

How to have fun playing sports & HEATHCLIFF

Importance of warm-ups 

Learning how to lose with integrity & PEANUTS

Players that coaches love 

Pre-game nutrition tips for youth athletes

Sports is for girls too 

TBall Skills

Using the Tee to improve hitting  

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