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How a Baseball Player Communicates at a Tryout

To defend and impose power the praying mantis gets on its hind legs, opens up its spiked forelegs and shows it’s colorful wings.
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2 replies on “How a Baseball Player Communicates at a Tryout”

When knee savers are used young catchers tend to sit in their stance. This puts them in a weak position to receive and block. It’s more of a passive positioning. You want your catcher in an active position.

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