The Ballplayer Mindset
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I never wanted to get beat with my secondary stuff.
Joe Thatcher is a former Major League pitcher who played the majority of his 8+ year career for the San Diego Padres. In this episode, Joe and Nolan discuss how to develop the skill of self motivation, how to handle failure, learning from Hall of Fame teammates and the toughest hitter Joe ever faced. Joe Thatcher is a former Major League pitcher who played the majority of his 8+ year career for the San Diego Padres. In this episode, Joe and Nolan discuss how to develop the skill of...
The Most Successful Players Have Insane Routines
Austin House is currently playing in AAA in the Colorado Rockies organization. In this episode, Nolan and Austin discuss how to get over a bad outing, characteristics of high level hitters, habits and drills for younger players and why playing multiple sports is so crucial for development. In our Bottom of the Ninth, Austin recommended The Magic by Rhonda Byrne Follow Austin: Twitter Instagram Want more tips on what separates the amateurs from the pros? Check out Nolan’s...
ERA and Batting Average is a Trap
In this episode, Rhett Wiseman and Nolan talk about fighting off complacency, how to prepare for 7pm, staying competitive late in the season and why failure is so important.
Great Players Practice After Practice
Seth is a former college baseball standout playing at Ball State University. Seth talks about the importance of time management as a student/athlete, important attributes when choosing a University, how to conduct a successful mound visit, how to break down a scouting report and some important advice he would give his younger self.
Natural Phenomenon For The Boys - Jake Peter
Jake is a former teammate of Nolan’s, playing together in the Chicago White Sox organization. Jake was just recently traded to the LA Dodgers and is currently in AAA Oklahoma City. In this episode, we dive into Jakes offseason workouts, his pregame routine, keys to playing multiple positions, how to limit fielding errors and the qualities of a great teammate.
Texas Ranger Parker Sanburn
Parker is a college world series participant, an Indiana University alum, and a current Texas Ranger. If anyone is feeling down on themselves or thinking that their career is over, you gotta think again. This kid has had multiple injuries and so many setbacks, but it hasn't stopped his drive to achieve success and become the best player he can be. I may be biased when I say that he is one of the more deserving players and people I’ve ever known. I know you're going to enjoy this interview...