Baseball Dads Podcast

Paul Reddick interviews parents and professionals about the best and worst things they've seen their sons and players do for training, dealing with injuries, and playing the game.

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56. How To Ask Your Son's Coach For More Playing Time

Updated about 9 days ago.

In this podcast, Paul’s hands you a step by step dialogue that you can use to ask your son’s coach for more playing time without looking like one of “those” Dads

Go to BaseballDadsShow.com to download cut and paste emails.

In this podcast you’ll learn:

How to Ask Your Son’s Coach For More Playing Time (without looking like one of those Dads)

How to read your coaches mind and find out what he really thinks of your son as a player.

How coaches can set expectations for each player about playing time (so you don’t get crazy baseball parents)

How coaches can teach parents how to communicate so, you eliminate gossip.

The best day to email your sons' coaches, so you get him at the very best time.

Some tips for your son:

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I am Paul Reddick and I use baseball as a tool to help Dads (and Moms) have stronger relationships with their sons.

I flunked off the baseball team my Sophomore year of High School, blew just about every chance I ever had as a player and never made the most my his potential. I don’t have a sob story about hurting my arm or getting screwed over by a coach…I had every chance and I blew it.

I didn't know that this would be the best thing that ever happened to me because, God dropped me into coaching and I found my true calling.

I was blessed with mentor after mentor who taught me the game, guided me when I screwed up and instilled a value system that holds true to this day.
14 years of my life was spent as the Director of The Yogi Berra Museum baseball camp and I was also the resident speaker the Museum. I spoke to tens and thousands of students about teamwork, sportsmanship and anti-bullying.

Yogi was an amazing man. He’s exactly who you thought he was…humble, kind and fun to be around.

I’ve written a few books… The New Rules Of Baseball Instruction and Co-Authored The Picture Perfect Pitcher with Tom House.

I served as an associate scout for Pittsburgh Pirates, a state delegate for USA Baseball and coached in the Expos farm system

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