Tigers Football

#15/16 Football Battles #7/8 James Madison on Military Appreciation Day When: Sat., Nov. 17, 2 p.m. kickoff Where: Johnny Unitas® Stadium Radio: CBS Sports Radio 1300 The No. 15/16 Towson University football team will close out the regular season with a battle for the ages on Military Appreciation Day, hosting No. 7/8 James Madison at […]

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Cooperstown

It’s taken me almost 51 years, but I finally made it.  I am sincerely grateful to simply be here in Cooperstown to watch my son Blake play in the Dream Park tournament today August 22nd, 2018.  I hope he has fun and will remember this forever.  He is only 11 years old and I’m so proud […]

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PyeongChang Olympics

The 2018 Winter Olympics, officially known as the XXIII Olympic Winter Games and commonly known as PyeongChang 2018, is an ongoing international multi-sport event hosted by the county of Pyeongchang, South Korea. The country was selected as the host city in July 2011, during the 123rd IOC Session in Durban, South Africa. It marks the […]

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Planning

In 1991, I learned the importance of “Drop Your Agenda” during IBM sales training in Atlanta, GA. This was several weeks long of classes that taught us the importance of PLANNING. See, there is only one thing you have 100% control over when it comes to a sales call—that’s your preparation. Meanwhile, this basic principle has […]

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The Ripken Way

Perfect Practice Makes Perfect Practice does not make perfect. How is that possible? Because bad habits may be practiced, and practicing a flawed technique will get a player nowhere. The only way to do something is to do it right. Practicing good habits is what makes a better player. Habits are formed in practice and […]

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Mike Gottlieb

Mike Gottlieb has been associated with the Towson baseball program for nearly four decades.  Gottlieb came to Towson as a player, before joining Bill Hunter’s staff as an assistant coach.  He took over as the Tigers head coach prior to the 1988 season. Since taking over, Gottlieb has led Towson to 713 victories, three conference tournament championships […]

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RPBL Coaches’ Clinic

Train the Trainers sponsored by Roland Park Baseball Leagues (RPBL) will be a series of four WORKSHOPS at local indoor facilities convenient to Roland Park.  These events are designed to address all five of our little league age groups teaching various SKILLS including hitting, base running, infield, outfield, pitching and catching as well as, organizing an effective practice. […]

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Bat Guidelines

Parents of Prospective Roland Park 11/12 Travel Players, I’m passing this message along in the event folks are considering doing any holiday shopping for baseball bats for the upcoming season.  If so, this e-mail may save you some $$$$$ so please read it! Last year, HCTB requirements forced many of us to purchase new, and expensive, bats […]

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The Hustler’s Handbook

What is the difference between a promoter and a hustler?” Bill Veeck asks. “Well, let’s look at it this way. Neither one of them is an advertiser. An advertiser pays for his space. A promoter works out a quid pro quo . A hustler gets a free ride and makes it seem as if he’s […]

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Take me out to the Ballpark

Roland Park Baseball Leagues RPBL is proud to be sponsoring a Night at the Yard for the second year in a row!!! Vs. Baltimore ORIOLES vs. Tampa Bay RAYS Friday, May 11, 2018 Pre-Game party starting @ 5:00 PM at Dempsey’s Restaurant inside the stadium (first come, first serve). First pitch @ 7:05 PM. Postgame […]

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