Paul Reddick interviews parents and professionals about the best and worst things they've seen their sons and players do for training, dealing with injuries, and playing the game.
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Listened to the episode on Guest Playing. He says he will debate any Coach. So I texted him and left a message for him to call me, that I really disagreed with what he said. He calls back and within the first 2 minutes of learning that he was wrong on this and that, he says “Hey, I don’t want a debate!” Lol. He had made the very amateurish mistake of over-generalizing and really is a kind of an idiot. I would not take advice from this guy. Run the other way.
Thank you for showing the baseball communities (parents) of the world a rational realistic approach. Just wish they would all subscribe!
Coach Reddick’s voice is one of reason in the baseball culture. I am thankful for who he is and what he shares in the baseball world. Keep listening, baseball dads and coaches - this is a good man with a great perspective!
Paul helps put things in perspective and understands many of the trials that us baseball dads face.
Wow! Paul message to Dads (and Moms) is strong. One of a kind podcast that combines youth baseball with family/faith/foundation. Must listen for any Dad “trying his best” to help his Son (or Daughter).
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Baseball Dads Podcast launched 7 years ago and published 165 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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