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 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

What to Expect During TRPD Elite Team Tryouts

Want your player to become a better hitter? Want to enjoy watching your player improve and get excited about working hard to

The Derek Jeter Hitting Approach

Last year, at the age of 38, Derek Jeter finished his regular season as the league leader in hits, passing a huge 3,300

Myths Uncovered: Securing a Spot on a College Baseball Team

Does your son want to play college ball? Some players will easily find a college team to play for, while others will

Resetting High School Baseball Expectations

It’s fair to say that players and parents both go into high school with expectations of what the experience will be like

Youth Baseball Players: Get Out of Your Head

Your team is down by one run in the 9th inning of a championship game. There are two outs and you’re next

How to Change a Tentative Hitter into an Aggressive Hitter

Does your player have great swing mechanics but hesitates to pull the trigger when at the plate? Here are a few things

What Type of Player is a Good Fit for TRPD?

Often we are asked, “What type of player gets the most out of working with TRPD?” This is a great question since