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February 11, 2013: Pitchers and Catchers report to Spring Training. Little League, high school, college, the pros, EVERYONE is ready for baseball! Read our latest blog entry at sandlotkeeper.blogspot.com
New Book and CD Released: The Sandlot Strategy
Order today for your favorite coach! The CD is a great gift for the car!
FREE DOWNLOADSThe Sandlot Strategy:
A Parents Manual for Coaching Kids
— by Bill Severns
Coaching, Parenting and Playing for Keeps!
— by Bill Severns
“My wife Amy bought me both the Keepers of the Sandlot and Sandlot Strategies for Father’s Day and I read them both while we were on vacation. I just wanted to let you know how much your messages meant to me. I grew up in a baseball family and baseball community in a small town in Missouri so I had the joy of experiencing those sandlot years growing up and have been thinking a lot about how to preserve that experience for my kids as we raise them in Prairie Village. My 7 and 5 year-old boys couldn’t be more excited about baseball right now and I have my fingers crossed that it will continue as they grow up. I am sure I will reread your books often to keep the big picture in perspective. I have already started underlining and placing stars next to my favorite points. I will also be spreading the word about the books and recommending them to friends and family as well as other parents and coaches. I am sure I will also be ordering additional copies to give to others. Thanks again for getting this perspective down on paper to help us all remember what it’s really about.”
“As I told you last year, Jackson went to a lower level team to play baseball. He did great! He had fun and he was able to get his confidence back. It was the perfect situation for us. This year, he was asked to be on a slightly more competitive team, but not near the level he was at before. He was challenged a bit more on this team, but had some great moments! I think we are doing the right things with him, and again, it stems from reading your book. I want to thank you again for writing it!”
“You probably thought you would have heard from me by now. However, I ran into a problem with the book. Even though I have read it at least three times, I can’t seem to comprehend everything in it. Every time I go back to it I receive another blessing from it. Somehow you have managed to get 20 pounds of taters in a 5 pound sack. It is truly a remarkable read. Really, it was many books in one to me. Every little league coach should have a copy. I need to buy at least 10 copies.
— Kerry R. Sampson
“If you love baseball and want to get the most out of this special time with your kids, read this book. I never knew of the enjoyment my brothers and I gave our parents until I had my sons. I get just as much satisfaction watching them as I did playing the game.”
— George Brett
“Billy’s book reminds us of the influence we all have on our kids. It makes us ask ourselves the question — How will we be remembered? ”
— John O’Dell
“There are two things you need to get right in the early years. Let each child develop their natural abilities and teach them to play fearlessly.” Our influence on children: “As hard as it is to remember things, we can always remember our great coaches. I’ll never forget Coach Maldanaldo.”
— Ned Yost