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"In my time as a college & professional softball player in the NPF and as current hitting coach in Division I softball I have worked with many incredible hitting minds, Matt Lisle being at the top of that list. The immediate improvement hitters see after working with him is unprecedented, and I highly encourage any hitter or coach to learn as much as they can from Coach Lisle."

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St. Louis Cardinals


"Coach Lisle has the knowledge and ability to assist any player at any point in their career. He helped our daughter gain almost .150 points in her batting average in one season helping her to become the PAC-12 Batting Champion in 2013! Coach Lisle also genuinely cares about each player and rejoices with their accomplishments and builds them up when they struggle. Thank you Coach Lisle for helping our daughter attain her goals!"

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Alexa Peterson, University of Oregon
Pac-12 Batting Champion and NFCA All-American



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Game Savvy Tips

In between innings outfielders and infielders need to keep their gloves/hats together in piles.

Scenario: 2 outs. The runner on 2B (your teammate) is playing LF when your team is on defense. Line Drive to the SS ends the inning.

When the 3rd out happens this what should happen next:

1) The LF is stranded at 2B to end the inning. That LF should stay put and give his helmet to either the 1B or 3B coach coming across the diamond.

2) The LF should then run to his position.

3) The CF (if not also stranded on the bases or at the plate) should bring out the LF's glove/hat to him in the OF. He knows where his hat/glove is because all the OF's put their gloves together.

What happens 90% of the time: The runner at 2B runs back to the dugout, looks for his hat and glove, then runs out of the dugout to his position for maybe 30 seconds of playing catch.

Show your teammates your game savvy this week by doing the steps above. This will show everyone your baseball/baseball IQ and you'll earn some Hustle Points while also picking up your teammate AND giving you more time to warmup between innings.
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