So You Want to Play College Baseball?
By: Dan Green
About the Book
Are you considering playing collegiate baseball, but not sure what to expect or how to make the most of this opportunity? How can you best represent yourself, your family, and your hometown on the diamond?
Author Dan Green wants to give you a leg up on other players going out for college baseball teams. Don’t start your collegiate baseball career in the dark. Not all lessons need to be learned the hard way! This book provides insight and tips on how to prepare for baseball at the next level physically, mentally, and emotionally. As a recent collegiate baseball player, Green offers advice to help ensure that your experience is one filled with great memories and stories to last a lifetime. This quick-read gives high school players a sneak peek into the world of college baseball.
About the Author
Dan Green was a four-year pitcher at Springfield College in Massachusetts. He graduated from Springfield College in 2016 with Cum Laude honors, as a Health Education and Physical Education dual major. Green currently teaches and coaches baseball at Pequannock Township High School in New Jersey and continues to inspire, motivate, and prepare high school players to compete at the next level.
(2018, Paperback , 64 pages)