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2019 Preseason Baseball Meeting

Results or excuses. Investment. Compound Effect: 1% Rule. Small things turn into Big things. There is no off-season. Increase your motor. consistency. Lifting. Team Builder App. Monday-Wednesday-Friday (Before or after school).

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2019 Preseason Baseball Meeting






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Slide1

2019 Preseason Baseball Meeting

Slide2

Results or excuses

Slide3

Investment

Slide4

Compound Effect: 1% Rule

Slide5

Small things turn into Big things

Slide6

There is no off-season

Slide7

Increase your motor

Slide8

consistency

Slide9

Slide10

Lifting

Team Builder App

Monday-Wednesday-Friday (Before or after school)

Join Code:

QPJP-YYNC

Password: HYFSTSXK

Slide11

Communication

Schoology Group Code:

7J92Z-8WSNQ

Hudle

: Follow the link below to submit your details and join the team. You'll be accepted as soon as we've checked them.

Registration page:

hudl.com

/

jointeam

Team Code:

8pfv9gm

List Serve (Parents)

Slide12

Captains Practice

Non-Throwing 12/3-12/19

Tuesday

2:45 Dynamic

3:00 Dailies (Field or Hit)

3:15 Mass Fielding/Hitting

3:30 Baserunning

3:45 Maintenance

4:00 Free

Thursday

2:45 Dynamic

3:00 Dailies

3:15 Competition

3:45 or Later Maintenance

Slide13

January 7th

-March 5th

Throwing (9 weeks)

Tuesday

2:45 Dynamic

3:00 Throw

3:15 Dailies (Field or Hit)

3:30 Mass Fielding/Hitting

3:45 IF/OF or Hitting

4:00 Maintenance

4:15 Free

Thursday

2:45 Dynamic

3:00 Throw

3:15 Dailies

3:30 Competition

4:00 or Later Maintenance

Slide14

Phased Throwing Progression

Slide15

Competitions

11 Competitions (1-3 more)

Hitting:

Steering Wheel*

Team Exit

Velo

(pre and post)

Team Derby?

Fielding:

Tennis Tourney*

21

Stealing/Extra base challenge

Both:

Bunt Scrimmage/Situational

3 Scrimmage

2/17 LIVE PENS

Baserunning:

Dirt Ball Reads

Pitcher timing

Slide16

Daily Position Specific Drill Work

IF Dailies:

Glove Work

Footwork with ball transfer

Good Hop Drill

OF Dailies:

Glove Work

Footwork (GB, chopper, line drive, flyball)

Flyball Routes

Catcher Dailies:

No glove receiving

Receiving

Block Progression (Knees glove down, glove up, full)

Hitting Dailies:

Partner

Scap

Fire

Side Lunge w/ hip mobility

Tee Work

Self Flips

Slide17

Dynamic Warm Up

60 ft

High Knee x2

Buttkick

x2

Short

Karioka

x2

Long

Karioka

x2

30 ft

Walking RDL

Walking Glute Stretch

High Knee to Lunge

Reverse Lunge w/ twist

Side Lunge x2

Walking hip mobility

Reverse hip mobility

Strider x2

Slide18

Maintenance:

Band

Standing 3 way band row x2

3 way reverse

flys

x2

External rotation x2

Fly’s x2

Internal rotation

Alternate Internal rotation

Throws

Bent over Cuban press 3x10

Weighted external rotation 3xf

Lunge

iso

w/ partner rhythmic stabilization 3 x 20-30 sec

Supine Piston Push/Pull 3x20 e/a

Abductor stretch series

Bretzel

to Sprinter

Hip Rockers

Pigeon

Deep Squat w/ adductor

iso

Roll

Slide19

100 Bucket Challenge

Hit 100 buckets

(50 baseballs) before March 18

th

Report buckets on

Rosemountbaseball.com

.

Players that complete the challenge and join the Uncommon Club will be rewarded with a great prize.

Last year 15 players joined the club. Do your part to be ready to contribute.

Slide20

100 Bucket Challenge

Choice

(Decision)

Behavior

(Action)

Habit

(Repeated Action)

Compound

(Time)

Goals

March 18

th

is the final day for submissions.

Slide21

Uncommon Club:

Players that are able to hit 100 buckets during the off-season.

Team Buckets 2017:

694

Team Buckets 2018:

2,828

Team Buckets 2019:

2,679

March 18th is the last day for the Challenge!

All-Time Career Bucket Records:

271 - Lucas Henderson

247 - Riley Schimmel

238 - Drew

Kocer

230 - AJ

Trabert

224 - Chance

Swansson

223 - Quintin Gonzalez

223 - Collin Chalmers

192 - Nick Magnuson

183 - Will Kent

172 - Easton Richter

172 - Ty Hansen

100 Bucket Challenge

Single Season Bucket Records:

172 - Easton Richter (2019)

165 - Lucas Henderson (2018)

133 - Quinn

Hatterman

(2019)

131 - Logan Matti (2019)

130 - Jack Thompson (2019)

129 - Riley Schimmel (2019)

127 - Cody

Boisen

(2019)

124 - Landon

Boisen

(2019)

122 - Collin Chalmers (2017)

120 - Drew

Kocer

(2018)

Slide22

100 Bucket Challenge

2017 Uncommon Club

Collin Chalmers - 122

Team Total 2017:

694

Reported Buckets

2018 Uncommon Club

Lucas Henderson - 165

Jack Thompson - 130

Drew

Kocer

- 120

Riley Schimmel - 118

Quintin Gonzalez - 117

Chance

Swansson

- 114

AJ

Trabert

- 111

Cole Kraemer - 110

Will Kent - 102

Collin Chalmers - 101

Brian

Vanyo

- 100

Team Total 2018:

2,828

Reported Buckets

2019 Uncommon Club

Easton Richter - 172

Quinn

Hatterman

- 133

Logan Matti - 131

Riley Schimmel - 129

Cody

Boisen

- 127

Landon

Boisen

- 124

AJ

Trabert

- 119

Nick Moeller - 118

Drew

Kocer

- 118

Chance

Swansson

- 110

Henry

Wielinski

- 108

Lucas Henderson - 106

Quintin Gonzalez - 106

Ty Hansen - 106

Jamison

Callahan -

103

Team Total 2019:

2,679

Reported Buckets

2020 Uncommon ClubWhere will you be?#HittersHit

Slide23

Slide24

Volunteer Time

Game Uniform

Players must provide a $300 Check in order to receive game uniform. This check will be destroyed once each player returns their “gear”

and

the parent volunteer time is fulfilled.

BINGO Volunteers

Tuesday 6:45-9:15

Saturday 12:45-3:15

DIBS:

Rosemountbaseball.com

Slide25

Volunteer Time

Slide26

Booster Club Committees

Fundraising Committee: Alicia Sommers

Fields Committee: Tim

Roszak

Communications Committee: Lisa Wenzel

Events Committee:

Summer Baseball Committee: Brady Switzer

Spring Trip Committee:

Jody Morehouse

Treasurer: Shawn

Reitsma

Secretary:

Julie

Somsky

Booster Club President:

Eric

Princl

Slide27

Baseball Facility Improvements Since 2010

Slide28

Spring 2020

New Outfield Padded wall

Slide29

Legacy Wall

https://www.rosemountbaseball.com/page/show/4968086-legacy-project

Netting System/Backstop

Bleacher Side of Backstop

Slide30

Legacy Project

Slide31

Legacy Project

Tile Sizes to Choose From

Many Design Options Available

Slide32

Monday Night Hitting Sessions

Grades 9 and 10

Every Monday from 7:30-8:00 beginning January 6

th

for 10 consecutive weeks.

Each session costs $10 and you can sign up for any of the sessions you are able to make.

True

Playerz

facility in Rosemount (New)

Register on

Athletechs

today.

Slide33

Sunday Night Clinic

All grade 9 players are encouraged to register.

8 Sunday Nights from 8:00-9:30 pm at the Irish Dome.

Work directly with Coach

Swansson

to learn the vocabulary, skills, and progressions that will be used during tryouts and the season..

Pitching and Catching Clinic is available as well from 7:00-8:00 pm.

Players in grades 11-12 are encouraged to work during the camp. Registration will be out soon for workers. Consider giving back to our baseball community.

Slide34

Freshman

Sunday Night Clinics

Register on

Athletechs.com

Work with your high school coaches.

January-March 7:00-8:30

9 Week Progressive Program

Pitcher/Catcher Camps are also offered

Slide35

2020 Captains

Captains will be voted on during the first week of April by our team. The previous years leadership will be used by the team and coaches in making the decision about Captains.

Slide36

Clothing Orders

January (date to be determined) the clothing store will open for 6 weeks.

Any item on the store is optional for purchase. Players will be allowed to purchase game pants but the team will supply them to any player that does not want to purchase them.

Orders will be handed out the first week of March at the Preseason Parent Meeting.

Slide37

Clothing Provided by Booster Club

Players must provide a $

200 Check (Assessment)

in order to receive attire.

Navy Hat

Practice Pants

Long Sleeve Practice Shirt

Short Sleeve Practice Shirt

Game Jersey

Game Pants

Green Baseball Socks

Navy Belt

Dugout Jackets (V/JV)

All players are expected to wear their Irish attire to games and practice.

Undershirts are the responsibility of the player.

Slide38

Leadership Circle

4-5 from each grade level players will be selected/elected to participate in our Leadership Circle.

Players selected will meet 3 times before the season and multiple times during the season to discuss our teams and culture.

If a player is asked to be a part of the Leadership Circle they can be dismissed if they are not able to attend the morning meetings or follow through with the cultural expectations.

Slide39

Irish Challenge

The Ground Rules

Rosemount High School Baseball Players will compete in a series of mental, physical, and academic events known as the Irish Challenge. The goal of these events is to promote team-unity, hard work, and competition.

Competition: 2/19/19 – 3/8/19

Team and Individual Awards: 4/8/19

Academic Events

·

100% on a test or Quiz

50 Points

·

Tutoring another student

20 Points

·

Positive Teacher Referral

20 Points

Slide40

Irish Challenge Events

Athletic Events

·

Captains Practice

10 Points (Each Time)

·

Weight Room Workout

10 Points

(Each Day/30 Minute Minimum Workout)

·

Bucket Challenge

1 Point/Bucket

Good-Guy Events

·

10 Members attend an RHS Athletic

Event

20 Points

(Send me a picture.)

·

Send a positive tweet to a teammate (Share with Rosemount Baseball Account)

1 Point/Tweet

·

Note of Gratitude sent to someone

10 Points/Note

·

Volunteer

20 Points

Slide41

Point System and Team Captains

Negative Points

·

Tardy/Absent -10 Points

·

Dishonesty -50 Points

·

Discipline Referral -75 Points

·

Discouraging Act -100 Points

Teams Captains will be announced prior to the competition.

Each team will be a collection of players from grades 9-12.