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Three Signs Your Child’s Coach is a Fanatic

05-17-2017  |  By: X Bats |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »

Have you ever had a teacher that was overbearing, skittish, or tended to focus too much on the negative? People like that bring us down as children, and cause hurdles in our learning patterns and self-esteem.

The same goes for coaches. Children that play baseball are likely to learn strength, endurance, critical thinking, teamwork, and above all, confidence granted they have the right people on their side, but if their coaches spend too much time on the sidelines screaming at them when they make a mistake, that’s a bad sign. A fanatical coach is likely to destroy your child’s love of baseball, learning, and even themselves.


Why Playing Baseball is So Important for Children

05-10-2017  |  By: X Bats |  (0) Post comment »  |  Read comments »

Why should children play baseball?

Perhaps more than most sports, baseball requires an intense level of concentration that will teachyour little ones to focus and visualize their objectives beforehand. Henry Kissinger once remarked that baseball was “the most intellectual game because most of the action goes on in your head,” and boy… Was he right.


How a Wood Bat Teaches Children to Appreciate Baseball

05-03-2017  |  By: X Bats |  (4) Post comment »  |  Read comments »

Let’s start by saying there’s nothing wrong with aluminum bats. They are very light and help players who would not otherwise be able to compete play youth recreational baseball.

But a wood baseball bat prepares your young player for so much more. If they’re serious about the sport and they’ve got what it takes to be the next Babe Ruth, wood bats offer incomparable advantages for your little slugger.