Baseball stats can lie. They can be misleading. They can be subjective. They can help you spin a narrative. Here are the factors involved to consider…
Travel Baseball and Cries of Disloyalty
The players who left your travel baseball team aren’t disloyal, Coach. They’re doing what’s best for them. Loyalty isn’t forced, it’s earned.
Personal Inventory: Strengths, Weaknesses, and Goals
The Spiders have a personal inventory that each player completes before the season with a strength, weakness, goals, and action items. See it here…
Umpires and Flexible Rules
If a team has eight players or is batting the entire lineup and suffers an injury, an umpire should NOT put the decision of auto-out on the opposing coach.
Deception, Uncertainty, and Confusion
Plays that deceive create uncertainty and confusion for the opposition. It leads to more outs for you and a more conservative approach by your opponent.
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