Any pitcher can put in a great two hour session at practice and wow the coach with a great work ethic. But it’s the one’s that put that extra work in when no bodys looking that really achieve their maximum baseball potential. A former Toronto Blue Jays Minor League Player always told me that if “you can look at yourself in the mirror at the end of the day and say that youve given 110% then you should be proud of those accomplishments.” The thing is the mirror doesn’t lie and your the only who one truly knows whether or not your cheating yourself. Next time no one’s around don’t just waste your time on a computer or watching tv because there thousands of baseball players out there right now who are putting in the extra work and getting the step up on you. One of my favorite quotes of all time came from Johny Macdonald who still currently plays as a utility player on the Toronto Blue Jays. He said “what hurts more: the pain of hard work, or the pain of regrets?” That quote really stuck with me a while and I hope it strikes the same in you to get the most out of your baseball ability.
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