Championship Youth Baseball Book for the Rest of Us

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New book shows youth and parents how to quickly and easily master the fundamentals of baseball, leading to the ability to play at league championship caliber.

Playing Championship Youth Baseball by Bud Lang

The author discovered there were virtually NO books available for young ball players. Most books were the work of professionals, describing how the 'pros' play baseball .. there is a gigantic difference between youngsters and professional players.

Millions of youths, from just past toddlers to 18, are learning to play and continue to learn to play baseball in the U.S. and throughout the world. While they play to win, the vast majority primarily play to have fun and to gain a sense of accomplishment through their skill development. Unfortunately, too many materials available to aid in this early learning process were developed by professional athletes, coaches and trainers and can present undue confusion and frustration for the vast majority of youth who are really seeking fun in a truly fun sport. Now, a lifelong writer/photographer who has raised his own children and grandchildren in a fun, yet competitive, baseball environment shares the secrets to "Playing Championship Youth Baseball".

"Playing Championship Youth Baseball" was written especially for young people interested in learning the fundamentals of playing winning baseball. It’s packed with information and photographs that visually describe how to play every position on the ball field.

Bud Lang, the author of "Playing Championship Youth Baseball" is the parent of four children, all of whom were very busy as youngsters, playing on baseball, soccer, swimming and diving teams, seemingly from the time they were “little ones” up through their high school years. Naturally, their father was quite involved in their sports, as many parents are, and often served as an assistant coach or coach.

It was during this period that the author discovered there were virtually NO books available for young ball players. Most books were the work of professionals, describing how the ‘pros” play ball. As everyone realizes, there is a gigantic difference between youngsters and professional players.

So it was, work began on this one-of-a-kind book instructing young people, age five on up through high school, on how to play championship baseball the right way, the only way. "Playing Championship Youth Baseball" began in earnest with the idea of showing and telling both players and their parents the fundamentals that should be understood and mastered if young people are going to play baseball in a winning manner.

Following the easily delineated instructions published in the book will permit everyone to come away with the knowledge necessary to become good players. You will learn HOW TO:

  •      Throw winning pitches
  •      Master different grips
  •      Drive in multiple runs
  •      Bunt like a champion
  •      Base run like a master
  •      Make key defensive plays
  •      Win more championships
  •      And … much, much more

All of us must study, train and work hard if we are to become successful, and in baseball, like all team sports, we have to work together if we are to be winners. Naturally, that means learning all the skills necessary to play the position(s) we might be assigned to on a team, as well as knowing how the other team members are to play their positions.

"Playing Championship Youth Baseball" can be ordered direct from the publisher for only $16.95, plus $2.00 shipping/handling at http://championshipyouthbaseball.com.

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