Archive for From The Dugout Feature
Feb
14

A Message to All of You Who Support Us

Our 2017 coverage of college baseball begins this weekend, and with more than little appreciation for those people behind the scenes. Before the first pitch, a message…from University of Dayton pitching coach, Ryne Romick.

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Feb
8

From The Dugout: Pitching ‘Inside’….

Our 2017 series on learning baseball from those who teach it best debuts with this week’s feature on one of baseball’s most misunderstood pitches…from University of Dayton pitching coach, Ryne Romick.

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Jan
26

From The Dugout: Where Winning Happens Without Throwing A Pitch…(Part 1)

Our 2017 series on learning baseball from those who teach it best debuts with this week’s feature on one of baseball’s most underutilized pitches…from University of Dayton pitching coach, Ryne Romick.

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Jan
9

From The Dugout: The “Changeup”…..

Our 2017 series on learning baseball from those who teach it best debuts with this week’s feature on one of baseball’s most underutilized pitches…from University of Dayton pitching coach, Ryne Romick.

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Jul
18

From The Dugout: What Is “Baseball Tough”?

The beauty about being baseball tough is that it takes absolutely no physical ability. Believe it or not, it is just a choice. Every baseball player can make the choice of making no excuses, confiding in themselves, respecting the game, and facing their fears.

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Oct
5

Craig Stammen: A Summer Off from Baseball

Craig Stammen’s story of hard work and determination to return to form next year after Tommy John surgery makes for an interesting read and great insight into a less-than-happy side of major league baseball. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.

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Aug
14

From The Dugout: Hard Work In Baseball

If you want to do something bad enough, there’s only one way to do it. You go after it, not just hard, but as aggressively as you can!

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Jun
25

Youth Baseball, Good or Bad?

When I was a kid it was more than just baseball to me. It was the babysitter, it was entertainment, and it was a daily dose of life’s lessons about competition and teamwork. It was Little League as Little League was intended to be.

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May
12

From The Dugout: 2 “K” Hitting

Our 2015 series on learning baseball from those who teach it best continues with this week’s feature on being offensively sound…from University of Dayton coach, Tony Vittorio.

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Apr
15

“Cheat” Counts When Hitting…..

Our 2015 series on learning baseball from those who teach it best continues with this week’s feature on being offensively sound…from University of Dayton coach, Tony Vittorio.

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Mar
24

From The Dugout: Reading Hops…!

Our 2015 series on learning baseball from those who teach it best continues with this week’s feature on being defensively sound…from University of Dayton coach, Tony Vittorio.

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Mar
10

The Three Bad “Fs”….

Our 2015 series on learning baseball from those who teach it best continues with this week’s feature on being defensively sound…from University of Dayton coach, Tony Vittorio.

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Feb
19

Fielding Starts With An “F”…Part 2

Our 2015 series on learning baseball from those who teach it best continues with this week’s feature on being defensively sound…from University of Dayton coach, Tony Vittorio.

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Feb
9

Fielding Begins With An “F”… 1st In A Series On Defensive Play

Our 2015 series on learning baseball from those who teach it best continues with this week’s feature on being defensively sound…from University of Dayton coach, Tony Vittorio.

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Jan
28

A Major Leaguer’s Off-Season…What I’m Doing In January

Our 2015 series on learning baseball from those who teach is best continues with this week’s feature on off-season conditioning…from former UD Flyer and Washington Nationals’ reliever, Craig Stammen.

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Jan
20

From The Dugout: You “Must” Get The Sacrifice Bunt Down…!

Our 2015 series on learning baseball from those who teach is best continues with this week’s feature on executing the sacrifice bunt…from University of Dayton coach, Tony Vittorio.

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