The Strike Zone

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  Here’s an important question “What’s the strike zone in Little League?” What was your answer? Sorry, you’re wrong, try again. What was your next answer? Sorry, wrong again. At every Little League field in the world, here is the … Continue reading


Coach Buddy Burkhead and Mentorship

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      This is not a site where we will preach personal guidance, or share many personal stories, but we wanted to share an appropriate story, because Dan and I lost an extremely memorable baseball coach a week ago.  … Continue reading


My Tommy John Story

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In our About Us page, I briefly mention the fact that I had an “early retirement” from baseball and that it was due to Tommy John surgery. With the surgery popping up seemingly every week on MLB.com and other news … Continue reading


Coach K Presents Another Great Lesson

Like most Americans, I’ve been watching as much of March Madness as possible and have been excited by all the 1st round upsets. (Hey Warren Buffett, I correctly picked 23 of the first 32 games and have 15 of my … Continue reading


Hit the First Pitch

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  One of the worst pieces of advice you can give a hitter is to tell him to watch the first pitch go by! Often times, the first pitch is the best pitch to hit and we need to be … Continue reading


Motivating Players and Yelling

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Yelling at Players, Simply Does Not Work…   Let’s be succinct, EBA does not believe in yelling at players. Not because we aren’t competitive and not because we don’t want to push our players to succeed, but simply because yelling … Continue reading


Dealing With Pressure

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  Pressure Impacts Play, Address it Ahead of Time With the regular season winding down and post-season tournaments and All-Stars right around the corner, it’s extremely important to make sure our players are as prepared mentally as they are physically.  … Continue reading


Setting Realistic Goals

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Prioritizing Goals for the Youth Baseball Season With the excitement of another season upon us, setting goals can be an important motivational tool so long as they are realistic, attainable, and within our control. There are 3 types of goals … Continue reading


Protecting Young Arms

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EBA’s Two Cents About Staying Healthy… This is usually the stage of the baseball season when young player’s arms – especially pitchers – start getting tired.  With a long pre-season here in Southern California and playoffs/all-stars often running well into … Continue reading


Special Hitting Report

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  The #1 Issue Youth Hitters’ Face…   If you’ve been scouring the internet for quality information on how to help your son become a better hitter, then you’ve probably come across one of many websites featuring a professional coach … Continue reading


My Story

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In about 3 weeks it will be 10 years (YIKES!) since I graduated from Brown and was drafted by the Tigers, and with both of those milestones looming, I can’t help but look back on the last decade of my … Continue reading


10,000 Hours of Practice

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One of my favorite sayings about baseball is that the game doesn’t care how big or strong you are. Another favorite is that baseball rewards hard work more than almost all other sports.   At 6′ 1”, I could try … Continue reading




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