Letter from the Editor – Spring 2016

Letter from the Editor – Spring 2016
by Chad Hall, MCC

Both of my sons play baseball. They’re still young and finding out if this is the sport for them, but for now they love it. I never played much baseball as a kid, but I’m learning from my sons and from other coaches and I’m even assisting as a coach sometimes. One of the things I’ve learned concerns pitching – and it’s a lesson that applies in many other areas of life.

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Letter from the Editor – Spring 2016 Letter from the Editor – Spring 2016
by Chad Hall, MCC

Both of my sons play baseball. They’re still young and finding out if this is the sport for them, but for now they love it. I never played much baseball as a kid, but I’m learning from my sons and from other coaches and I’m even assisting as a coach sometimes. One of the things I’ve learned concerns pitching – and it’s a lesson that applies in many other areas of life.

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