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Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your Bookshelf

Looking for the best Baseball Coaching books? Browse our list to find excellent book recommendations on the subject.

1. Baseball Strategies: American Baseball Coaches Association (2002)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfSome books teach coaches and players what to do; this also explains why. Developed by an all-star cast of coaches selected by the American Baseball Coaches Association, Baseball Strategies is the most comprehensive resource ever written on the tactical aspects of the game. Providing the content are 18 of the game's top strategists, including several coaches whose teams have totaled more than 1,000 wins and have won national championships.Meet every decision-making challenge, from setting the most effective lineup at the plate and in the field to deciding what play to call and when to call…
Author(s): Jack Stallings, Bob Bennett

2. Youth Baseball Bible: The Definitive Guide to Coaching and Enjoying Youth Baseball (2018)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfYouth baseball instruction guide by former MLB player Dan Gray who was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers as a catcher. Includes praise from numerous baseball luminaries including Joe Girardi and Bernie Williams. Dan’s love of baseball started way back when he was a Little Leaguer in the Bronx, NY. His passion for the game continued through his high school years at The Bronx High School of Science where he was selected to the All-City team his senior year. It was during his collegiate experience at Binghamton University where he became the first player in school history to be chosen for the amateur draft,…
Author(s): Dan Gray

3. The Baseball Drill Book (2003)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfSeventeen of the game's top collegiate coaches have teamed up with the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) to bring you the game's most comprehensive assortment of practice activities. The Baseball Drill Book features 198 drills proven to improve individual and team performance. Former Fresno State coach Bob Bennett, Ripon College's Gordie Gillespie, Lewis-Clark State's Ed Cheff, Wichita State's Gene Stephenson, and South Carolina's Ray Tanner are among the greats who present their best practice drills and insights for improving these…
Author(s): American Baseball Coaches Association

4. Coaching Youth Baseball the Ripken Way (2006)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfCoaching young players, developing their skills, and cultivating a love for the sport may be the most rewarding experience baseball can offer. Cal and Bill Ripken understand this like few others. From their father, Cal Sr., a legend in the Baltimore Orioles organization for 37 years, they learned to play the game the right way. Those lessons, paired with their combined 33 years of big league experience, helped develop the Ripken Way, a method of teaching the game through simple instruction, solid explanations, encouragement, and a positive atmosphere. In Coaching Youth Baseball the Ripken Way, Cal and Bill share this approach to…
Author(s): Ripken Jr Jr., Cal, Bill Ripken, et al.

5. The Baseball Coaching Bible (The Coaching Bible Series) (2000)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfCovers all aspects of coaching baseball including creating effective practive sessions, motivating players, and building a successful program….
Author(s): Jerry Kindall, John Winkin

6. The Complete Guide to Pitching (2013)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfThere is more to becoming a great pitcher than sound mechanics, a blazing fastball, and a live arm. A pitcher must know how to pitch–what to throw, when to throw it, and where to locate it. He must have a me-versus-you mind-set, that unique blend of confidence and determination that fuels a passion to set the tone of the game, own the mound, and shut down the opponent. The Complete Guide to Pitching is the most comprehensive pitching resource available. Derek Johnson, one of the game’s premier pitching coaches, takes you inside the art and science of pitching….
Author(s): Derek R Johnson

7. Youth Baseball Drills (2014)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfReview “Pete Caliendo breaks down the ABCs of coaching youth baseball and makes it simple and fun. Anyone coaching youth baseball should add this book to their personal collection.” Abraham Key– President and CEO PONY Baseball and Softball “Pete Caliendo is an amazing store of knowledge in baseball technique. He knows his stuff!” Jim Colborn– Former Major League Baseball All-Star Pitcher “Pete Caliendo possesses a wealth of baseball knowledge and has the ability to impart his expertise to coaches and players in all stages of their development.” Roland Hemond– Special Assistant to the President and CEO Arizona Diamondbacks “Youth Baseball…
Author(s): Peter M. Caliendo

8. Little Leagues Drills & Strategies (Little League Baseball Guides) (2008)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfEndorsed by Little League Baseball® and a favorite among coaches and parents, Little League Drills and Strategies is built around three easy-to-follow rules: (1) teach the basics, (2) keep it fun, and (3) practice, practice, practice. Following these simple yet successful tenets, author Ned McIntosh has packed this book with imaginative drills that you can use to help your players strengthen their baseball skills. These innovative exercises and minigames will keep practice fun for your players while they sharpen their abilities on the field. Accompanied by engaging…
Author(s): Ned McIntosh

9. Coaching Baseball Successfully (Coaching Successfully) (2007)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfBuild a winning baseball program both on the field and off! In Coaching Baseball Successfully, one of the nation's top high school coaches, Mike Curran, shares his expertise on all aspects of coaching. From establishing a coaching philosophy to player development to in-game decision making, this is the approach that has made his program a perennial powerhouse on the national scene.Coaching Baseball Successfully covers it all: – Off-season planning- Evaluating your players- Choosing and utilizing your coaching staff- Motivating your team – Communicating on and off the field – Organizing productive practices- Hitting,…
Author(s): Mike Curran, Ross Newhan

10. Coaching Youth Baseball (2019)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfIf you are serious about becoming the best baseball coach you can be and acquiring the knowledge to teach the skills of how to play the game of baseball at an extremely high level, Coaching Youth Baseball is your key to success. This well-written, easily understood training manual is the accumulation of over 40 years of playing, being professionally coached and coaching baseball teams at expert levels of “Traveling Teams,” Division I College Baseball, and a grueling route through the professional minor system up to the Major League level.This manual is not your typical hit, run, throw instruction book, although those…
Author(s): Jim Bain

11. Baseball For Dummies (2014)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfBaseball continues to be a popular game both as a spectator sport and as a pastime. Since the publication of Baseball For Dummies, 3rd Edition, baseball teams have changed, new MLB stadiums have been built, and rules have been updated. This updated 4th Edition brings you the latest information on the players, the places, and above all, the game. Baseball For Dummies is for baseball fans at all levels, from players and coaches to spectators who love the game. Baseball Hall of Fame player Joe Morgan explains baseball with remarkable insight, using down-to-earth language so everyone from the casual observer to the die-hard fan can gain a fuller…
Author(s): Joe Morgan, Richard Lally

12. GameChanger: The Baseball Parent’s Ultimate Guide (2014)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfGameChanger: The Baseball Parent’s Ultimate Guide is a unique work created by baseball trainer Michael McCree to communicate the best ways baseball parents can raise and guide their aspiring ball players. This book is designed to help parents realize that they can acquire the knowledge it takes to make a meaningful impact in the ongoing development of their youth baseball player (Applicable to Softball as well. Ages 5-13), regardless of prior understanding of the game. The information presented in GameChanger: The Baseball Parent’s Ultimate Guide will transform the way parents think about issues…
Author(s): Michael McCree

13. Baseball Coaching: A Guide For The Youth Coach And Parent (2017)

 Best Baseball Coaching Books That Should Be On Your BookshelfYouth baseball coach Marty Schupak shares his 25 years coaching Little League baseball. From picking teams to dealing with parents, this book covers just about everything a coach or parent needs to know about youth baseball. Coach Schupak covers the most fundamental techniques of throwing, hitting, pitching, baserunning as well as some of the biggest problems youth coaches face and how to handle them. The drills section has over 100 creative easy to follow drills with over 200 color pictures. There is a sample practice section that lays out in detail 60 different practices that youth baseball coaches can easily follow during…
Author(s): Marty Schupak , Lennon Nersesian, et al.

Best Baseball Coaching Books that Should be on Your Bookshelf

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Coaching youth baseball

Author(s): Babe Ruth League
ID: 2784526, Publisher: Human Kinetics, Year: 2020, Size: 3 Mb, Format: pdf

The Yankee Way: Playing, Coaching, and My Life in Baseball

Author(s): Willie Randolph
ID: 1173414, Publisher: It Books, Year: 2014, Size: 6 Mb, Format: epub

Survival guide for coaching youth baseball

Author(s): Dan Keller; Human Kinetics (Organisme)
ID: 1197116, Publisher: Human Kinetics, Year: 2011, Size: 15 Mb, Format: pdf

Please note that this booklist is not definite. Some books are truly best-sellers according to Washington Post, others are drafted by unknown writers. On top of that, you can always find additional tutorials and courses on Coursera, Udemy or edX, for example. Are there any other relevant links you could recommend? Drop a comment if you have any feedback on the list.

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