(Another great baseball tip from guest blogger Jon Doyle of www.baseballtrainingsecrets.com)
With Major League Baseball in full swing I think it is important to learn the nuances of the game as you watch.
If you are a young player watch how the pros go about their business.
If you are a parent or coach this is your chance to get across points you have been trying to make. Now, you will have the support of the Major Leaguers your kids look up to!
For instance, if you are teaching how to get in front of a ground ball, simply have them watch Derek Jeter. He is textbook on almost every play.
It is also a great way to get across that even the pros aren't perfect. I think this is important to teach the kids how the pros simply shake it off and get back to playing the game they love.
The possibilities are endless. Watching the games together (or assigning "homework" - This will be the best homework they have ever done) will allow everyone to get more out of each game.
Jon Doyle is a former NCAA All-American baseball player who now works as a strength and conditioning specialist. For more baseball tips check out [www.baseballtrainingsecrets.com|http://www.baseballtraining