The tallest kid on the court scores 20 points a game. Can't really shoot or dribble, but doesn't really believe he has to because of the success he's having with his physical advantage.
Fastest kid on the football field runs for 3 touchdowns every game. Parents are already planning his Signing Day party.
Tallest kid on the diamond cant' throw a strike, the fastest kid strikes out every time and drops the ball when it's hit to him.
Both players quit the game by the age of 13 because it requires too much work and parents can't share their accomplishments on social media.
Consistent success on the diamond requires quality instruction and practice time. Height, strength and speed won't guarantee you any bit of success.
Players and parents, understand how difficult it is to hit a ball or throw to a target consistently. These are learned skills that require dedication.
Don't give up on the diamond because it's "too hard," or you may not experience immediate success. Instead, get to work on developing your skills and embrace the challenge of the game.
Our facility is open 7 days a week for all your practice and instruction needs. Stop in or call 225-2222 for more details on how we can help grow your game.