High school baseball tryout advice

Friday, Feb. 8th 2013

Because we focused on how to prepare for tryouts for youth hitters yesterday, we will focus on how to make a team for high school hitters today. HS Baseball Web is a great forum and place to find articles about the current status of high school baseball around the country. Today, I found an article, more of a checklist really, for high school players about how to make their high school team.

Although the article is quite long, high school players will be able to find an abundance of quality advice in its recommendations, and even though the article is directed at players that want to make their high school team, the checklist serves more as a guide for players to improve their game as whole beyond try outs. I will let our readers go through the link to read the entire checklist, but there is one recommendation that caught my eye on the list. Number ten: “Keep a daily diary of what you do at practice and keep notes of your observations. This will help you see the progress you have made.” Not only will this help you keep track of the progress you have made on the field, it will also help you become more of a student of the game. The best players are the smart players, and even though improvement to your technique and talent may go through its own peeks and valleys regardless of your determination, your knowledge of the game is completely indicative of your effort.

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