Thursday, February 7, 2008

Why We Write This Blog


In the short time this blog has been in existence, we have received hundreds of e-mails asking us to write about their experience with their teams, coach or sucesses. Some of our posts have been inspired by many of our e-mails. But the real reason we write started this blog is that we just want to make sure that every baseball stakeholder, whether it be parent, player, coach or trainer has access to the information necessary to become better at what they do.

We are always trying to expand our boundries and we admit we still have a long way to go before we become the ultimate portal of information. The world of baseball is an ever moving target that's tough to pinpoint at times and it's tough to siphen through all of the techniques, training methods, and opinions. But, the more we read, the more we began to realize just how much we don't know about the game and how much respect we have for those lifers that have made it their job...and their passion.

So, that is why we have been relying on more experts like Carmen Bucci, Jon Doyle, Paul Reddick and more to help with the mental and physical side of the game. Going forward, we are going to post articles from more experts on hitting, pitching and fielding. We know how serious our readers are about the game and we want to assure you that we are serious as well. Just looking at our site, you can see that we already have provided our readers with links to a variety of teams, companies and organizations that provide a plethora of information to improve a players quest to play at the next level. But it's never enough. There's so much more and over the course of the year, we will continue to post articles that break down the game to its core.

Because, in the end, the only thing that matters is that we all learn the game, play the game and enjoy the game to its fullest.

RT Staff

2 comments:

Andrew said...

You are doing a fine job. Keep up the good work guys.

sgvbaseball.com said...

I check daily to see what is new.