Frame by Frame: Cody Bellinger

Cody Bellinger’s first two years in the Big Leagues were as good as any player could hope for. However, Bellinger was not content. He was hungry
for more. He was disappointed by his year two performance and sought out instruction to improve his consistency, specifically looking to
strike out less. The results have been incredible.

@CoachYourKids to find their voice

Baseball is very much a game of routine; those routines, an integral part of a player’s individual development as well as a team’s culture and environment. Hitters get in the cage every day to get their swings right. Pitchers work in the bullpen every day to perfect their delivery. Teams take batting practice, get defensive work in, and run the bases. Every. Single. Day.

@CoachYourKids by unifying

The best teams in sport aren’t always the most talented, but rather the clubs who collectively work together better than the rest as a cohesive unit, with everyone pulling the rope in the same direction. Of course, success requires talent. But as history has taught us, success goes beyond talent.