Having coached T-baill, Youth Baseball, High School and College, this is a must listen or watch show. Jack McDowell a 3 time All Star, 2 time 20 game winner and Cy Young Award talks straight about the game today and his thoughts on developing young players. Jack has coached at all levels, T-ball, High School College and Professional Baseball. He has two sons 8 and 12 playing baseball which he coaches and it has opened his eyes on teaching. I am a much better coach because of working with young kids. We should be playing more pickle. Pepper is never played, why? Needs to be. What does he think about technology. His thoughts on trying to change the game. Shifting, his thoughts, and he has some very good ones. Greatest coaches he has had and what he learned from them. When you start teaching a young pitcher. Type of pitches? Baserunning and stealing, great perspectives. Using the slide board as a developer and recovery program. Having more BP games, why? How? Calling games, who, catcher, coaches? Things he disagreed in coaching. What to look for in pitchers in order to steal on them, what you hear is not typical. Thoughts on teaching velocity. Jack is a straight shooter and that is what you want in a coach. Listen and learn, great episode.
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