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Will Pitch For Food

There’s a recent article out there about a group of minor leaguers trying to take Major League Baseball to court for minimal wages and exploitation.  Apparently they believe they are underpaid and overworked and that the system has long been flawed by allowing the MLB to exploit young players with the hopes of getting to that pot of gold.  I ...

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Every Minor League Manager, Coach, and Trainer

Every minor league roster needs a supporting cast of characters. The managers, coaches, and trainers are the glue that keeps the team together for the long, long summer season. Below are some of the basic requirements for each staff member. Manager requirements Must be able to fully cross legs while tilting to one side. If you workout, over do it ...

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The Key To The Batter’s Box

Finding the “key to the batter’s box “ is a journey that only the most determined seekers will endure. The truth is that I can’t help you find them I can only tell you where to start your journey. Next time you’re at a college, minor or major league baseball game ask any member of the bullpen or dugout where ...

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Every Minor League Roster

You always hear stories about life in the minor leagues.  Those stores wouldn’t be epic without the characters involved.  Have you ever wondered what types of personalities make up a minor league roster and coaching staff?  Well, wonder no more.  Below is a list of players and coaches that are sure to be playing in a minor league park near you. It takes ...

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