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Coach's Box - January 2006

 
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 Volume I, No. 1

January 2006 

Ask Harold...
by
Harold Reynolds

How do I improve my swing in the off- season?
Don’t be deceived. You can know your swing without even hitting a baseball. When I was a youngster, growing up in Oregon, I would swing the bat as often as I could. I even put myself on a swing program. Three times each week I would take 100 swings, without using a baseball...

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Welcome to “The Coach’s Box,” the First Newsletter Dedicated to Little League’s Managers and Coaches
The Coach’s Box,” is available to all volunteers coaching baseball and softball in the many divisions of Little League. Designed as a free reference guide, each monthly newsletter is delivered by e-mail to managers and coaches who can enjoy special guest columns, read up on the latest in Little League coaching techniques and drills, and stay current with the playing rules.
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Fielding Ground Ball Progression for Players 5-8 years
by al and AL  (Al Herback and Al Price)

Please recognize you are working with young players just starting out, with wide variety of different attitudes, motivation, experience and skill level.
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Are You Up to Speed on the Playing Rules?
By Andy Konyar
Hi everyone! This is Andy Konyar, Umpire Consultant for Little League Baseball and Softball, and I wanted to see if you were up to speed on the rules. Here are a few situations that commonly occur through the course of a season.
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Bats: How to Pick ‘Em and Grip ‘Em
By Michele Smith

There's a right way and a wrong way to hold a bat.  Do you know the difference?  In this story, Michele Smith shares her experience and techniques with us.

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How Do You Want to be Remembered?
By Nicholas Caringi

My experiences as a player in Little League are memories that are "priceless" to quote a popular credit card advertisement. But let's examine why.
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Little League Pitch Count Pilot Program Offered for 2006 Season
By Lance Van Auken
Little League International will be conducting a Pitch Count Pilot Program during the 2006 season, available as an option to all of its 7,400 local programs worldwide. The optional program will proscribe actual pitch limits on each pitcher, rather than the traditional method of limiting the number of innings.
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