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Becoming a Ballplayer

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  1. Joins a team
  2. Watches Games
  3. Pays Attention During Games
  4. Asks Questions
  5. Eats Right
  6. Knows When to Drink Water
  7. Goes to Bed Early Before Games
  8. Hits Off a Tee
  9. Values Teammates
  10. Has a Home Practice Regiment
  11. Communicates with Coaches
  12. Does Not Argue With Umpires
  13. Does Not Throw Equipment
  14. Runs Out Every Hit or Out Hard
  15. Hustles On and Off Field
  16. Is Ready On Every Pitch
  17. Expects the Ball
  18. Thinks Ahead
  19. Encourages Teammates
  20. Helps Teammates
  21. Knows Signs
  22. Studies his position
  23. Knows Baserunning
  24. Knows His Strikezone
  25. Rests in the Offseason
  26. Trains in the Offseason

 

 

 

 

 

 

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