Philadelphia Baseball: Past, Present, & Personal 1/17/19

Released Friday, 18th January 2019
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Bill [Billy from Philly], welcomes director of On Deck Training Center, a local Baseball Academy. They discussed the changing dynamics of Baseball and how it has affected the teaching of hitting at the amateur level, the importance of good teacher-coaches, and ho baseball academies can balance competition, profits and successful player development.
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