Ways to take advantage of no one being on your fields.
One of the biggest challenges we all face during the current public health crisis is making sure we’re ready when teams return to the fields. With policy and guidelines changing weekly, it can be difficult to stay ahead.
We’ve compiled some resources and suggestions for how to make the most of your time and stay ready for teams to return to your fields. Below is a list of resources available:
- On-Field Renovation and Facility Upgrades — Includes suggestions & tutorials for on-field projects like replacing home plate, setting your pitching rubber, building your pitching mound. Also, ideas for improving your facility with backstop netting, windscreen and more…
- The Jump-Start Checklist — These are the most critical things to get ready when you need to open your fields fast. Review online and download the PDF.
- The Backyard Collection — Now, more than ever, it’s clear that having more training devices at home is a great idea. We have put together a special combo of products that will let players and coaches practice with special at-home products.
- Groundskeeper University — The only online training for groundskeepers. Authored by Paul Zwaska, the former head groundskeeper with the Baltimore Orioles, these 8 modules of tried & true techniques get everyone on the same page doing things the right way and avoiding costly mistakes. And it’s FREE!