2 Nations, 1 Pastime

By Eric Kaufman In 1962, during the height of the Cold War, President John F. Kennedy imposed a trade embargo on Cuba, effectively severing all diplomatic ties and instituting strict trade and [...]

Inside College Recruiting

Early recruiting is a hot topic in the college baseball community these days, as dozens of players each year are making verbal commitments to college baseball programs before they ever play a [...]

Joys of Playing Travel Ball

The phone rings with a piercing sound that only a wake-up call at 5:30 AM on a Saturday can make. You’ve got to be at the ballpark by 7:00 AM, and in the meantime you need to get everyone else [...]

Instructional: The Leg Lift

Are you wondering if your son should be using a leg lift? with Clint McGill It is enticing, right?  Many of today’s big leaguers such as Mike Trout and Jose Altuve utilize a big leg lift to [...]

The Staying Power of Baseball!

From the Founder: The Staying Power of Baseball! with Scott Hacker – Founder of Baseball Youth The history of baseball in our nation stretches all the way back to the late 1700s, long [...]

Keep Talking

Twenty-five years ago we witnessed the ladies of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL) come to life on the big screen in “A League of Their Own.” We marveled at their skill [...]

The Flyin’ Hawaiians

Our 50th state, known to many for its beaches, volcanoes and world-class surfing, wants you to know that it takes its baseball seriously – and it has the hardware to back it up. With two Little [...]

Top 10 Ways to Save Money in Travel Ball

Top 10 Ways to Save Money in Travel Ball Pack food & drinks for the entire day/weekend Buying an 8-pack of Gatorades is a lot less expensive at the grocery store than the concession stand. [...]