How a Great Teammate Handles Failure

The stats don’t lie: baseball is a game of failure! That means that not only will you fail, but so will your

Take Good Care of Those Arms!

Recent changes to the UIL regulations stipulate pitch counts that are certainly beneficial to players and the health of their arms. With

The Importance of Winter Prep

Winter is one of the best times to get ahead of your ‘competition’, especially if they’re not doing what they need to

Proper Expectations For High School Baseball

As your kid prepares to enter the world of High School baseball, it's important that you all understand how it's different from any

The Journey Through Little League Baseball

When starting baseball, kids almost always begin with teeball in little league. The main objective of teeball is to learn the rules

Making the Game of Baseball about Positive Outcomes, Part 1

Baseball can be such an amazing and rewarding game. It can lead to great memories, lasting friendships, important life lessons, and if

TRPD Welcomes Coach Rodriguez

Coach Rodriguez was born in Bronx, NY, but split much of his childhood between New York, Dominican Republic and Miami. In 1998,

The Truth About College Baseball

When it comes to how one experiences life, expectations play an incredibly important role. Not only are they influencing how one perceives

Fostering Accurate Baseball Showcase Expectations

Expectations are a funny thing. Both having them and not having them can bring a whole host of emotions you're not prepared

Setting Expectations for High School Baseball

Most young ballplayers dream of playing at the major league level someday. Unfortunately, baseball comes to an end much quicker than most