Are you a “Change Agent”?

My Dad always said, “Son, there are three kinds of people in life. People that make things happen. People that watch things happen. People that say, ‘what happened? What kind of person are you? In addition, when I was in grad school @ JHU, I took a course on “Business Process Reengineering”. In short, BPR […]

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Crawl before you can Walk

Everything I’ve read to date suggests that if you want to be SUCCESSFUL, find somebody who is and copy everything they do. It’s that simple. However, if you have more than a High School degree you might make this more complicated than it really is. Not only did I have a FANTASTIC education in College […]

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The Ripken Way

IRONMAN Cal Ripken plays in his 2,131st consecutive game, breaking Lou Gehrig’s record; truly one of baseball’s magical, once-in-a-lifetime moments. 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 […]

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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 THIRD year in a row!!! Click here to DOWNLOAD FLYER Baltimore ORIOLES vs. Los Angeles ANGELS FRIDAY, MAY 10, 2019 @ 7:05 PM ONLY $10.00 Upper Reserve Section 344-354 (Rows 13-25).  The individual ticket price is normally $17.00 […]

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Indoor Training Facilities

Wouldn’t it be nice if you had your own AstroTurf baseball field, or better yet indoor batting facility? If you are like most teams, finding a gym, indoor facility, available field, etc. can be challenging. I compiled a list of facilities that I know about in the local area and I’m passing it along. In […]

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Heroes and Coaches

Most people think of Superheroes whenever the subject of heroes comes up.     9 Real Life Heroes Who Have Changed The World Hero is perfect in every way, they can do no wrong, they always arrive on time, they look impeccable and they stick to a moral guideline which is built in to them. […]

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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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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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