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As I open my door and put my Ray Ban sunglasses on I see a group of young boys standing on the field The boys are dressed in white pants with blue stripes and orange shirts saying Southern Bank of Commerce Mets I stood in front of those young ballplayers and said Do yall know why I am here One of the kids said No why Your Coach Cook has asked me to come and speak to you about the importance of practicing the fundamentals of baseball There are three fundamental skills of baseball hitting catching and throwing Coach Cook asked me to talk to all of you because he thinks you all do not want to practice To succeed in baseball you must practice because repetition is the key Whenever one repeats an action it becomes customary and easy for one to perform a task When I was a ballplayer my teams were very successful because my coaches told us the importance of practicing One year my coach could not coach us because he did not have the time to do it That same year the teams were shuffled and everybody had different teammates My best friend Wes Cook made it on my team Wes was the best player anybody had ever seen However He did not enjoy practicing He thought he could succeed without practicing Our new coach was laidback at practice This made Wes especially happy Coach did not make the team practice hard we just had to catch fly balls ground balls and practice hitting I batted third after We My team the Price Drug Braves started the season hot we won our first five games Wes and I were a great duo I had the highest batting average for our age group and he had the second highest Wes had five homeruns to my two As the season progressed we cooled down Everyday when I had a chance my dad
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