63. Two Things Your Son Could Be Told That You Should Never


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Some tips for your son: Does your son have what it takes to play at the next level? Get the scorecard here http://www.BaseballDadsShow.com How hard should your son be throwing? Find out here: http://paulreddickbaseball.com Wanna chat with Paul? Click here: 567Dad.com You can follow the Baseball Dads Show: Website: BaseballDadsShow.com Private Facebook Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/322824391581529/ Paul’s new Book - The 567 Dad: Baseball Edition is available on Amazon by clicking here: https://www.amazon.com/5-6-7-Dad-Baseball-Paul-Reddick/dp/1973781700/ I am Paul Reddick and I use baseball as a tool to help Dads (and Moms) have stronger relationships with their sons. I flunked off the baseball team my Sophomore year of High School, blew just about every chance I ever had as a player and never made the most my his potential. I don’t have a sob story about hurting my arm or getting screwed over by a coach…I had every chance and I blew it. I didn't know that this would be the best thing that ever happened to me because, God dropped me into coaching and I found my true calling. I was blessed with mentor after mentor who taught me the game, guided me when I screwed up and instilled a value system that holds true to this day. 14 years of my life was spent as the Director of The Yogi Berra Museum baseball camp and I was also the resident speaker the Museum. I spoke to tens and thousands of students about teamwork, sportsmanship and anti-bullying. Yogi was an amazing man. He’s exactly who you thought he was…humble, kind and fun to be around. I’ve written a few books… The New Rules Of Baseball Instruction and Co-Authored The Picture Perfect Pitcher with Tom House. I served as an associate scout for Pittsburgh Pirates, a state delegate for USA Baseball

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