Synopsis by Betsy Boyd
In ESPN Instructional: Teaching Kids Baseball with Jerry Kindall, former University of Arizona coach Jerry Kindall teaches kids how to run, hit, throw, field, slide, and work for successful team collaboration. He thoroughly details his baseball pointers for youngsters. Addressing adults, Kindall suggests that a baseball coach's job involves more than just instruction on physical fitness and form; coaches have a golden opportunity to instill self-esteem and optimism in young players. Psychologists offer additional commentary on the importance of player encouragement.
baseball, coaching [sports], sports-instruction