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    Top travel programs in Northeast Ohio

    In a way every organization is in talent acquisition business, no? that's what the tryouts are for. I would imagine they are doing something to keep those acquired talent or to attract those talent. Which organizations are known for Player development?
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    Top travel programs in Northeast Ohio

    Where would you put IVL and Impact baseball on this tier list?
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    What is a good age for youth players to start getting one-on-one paid lessons?

    I would have preferred to stay rec but felt like I didn't have a choice. When we played t-ball we had 80-100 kids but by the time coach pitch was done we had less than 50 kids and once the travel team took bunch of these kids, some other good kids went to clubs, we were essentially left with...
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    What is a good age for youth players to start getting one-on-one paid lessons?

    Yes, I have watched tons of videos on proper mechanics and taught my kids what I could. They have done relatively well so far. My 11 year old has done rec ball up until 9 years old then did one year of travel ball. Up until this point it has all been either me or the team coach (parent...
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    What is a good age for youth players to start getting one-on-one paid lessons?

    Thank you for taking the time to explain it in detail. This is very helpful. Trying to navigate this has been very confusing to say the least. My goal is to have them try to at least make it to HS sports. I guess we'll see how it goes.
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    What is a good age for youth players to start getting one-on-one paid lessons?

    Thank you for your responses!!! I meant taking kids to a paid lessons (hitting/pitching/fielding etc.). I said professional because these trainers are usually former MLB players or higher school head coaches that are doing this as their full time/part-time job. This is coming from a dad who...
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    What is a good age for youth players to start getting one-on-one paid lessons?

    I have been doing some online research on what the proper age would be for a youth baseball player to receive one-on-one paid professional training. It seems like around 12 years seems like a good age. However, when we go to youth baseball games and tryouts I find out most parents have been...
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