שּ [PDF]- ᅼ Coaching Youth Baseball the Ripken Way ᐝ E-Pub Author Cal Ripken Jr. ᖨ

שּ [PDF]- ᅼ Coaching Youth Baseball the Ripken Way  ᐝ E-Pub Author Cal Ripken Jr. ᖨ שּ [PDF]- ᅼ Coaching Youth Baseball the Ripken Way ᐝ E-Pub Author Cal Ripken Jr. ᖨ Cal Ripken, Jr., is baseballs all time Iron Man He retired from baseball in October 2001 after 21 seasons with the Balti Orioles His name appears in the record books repeatedly, most notably as one of only eight players in history to record than 400 home runs and 3,000 hits In 1995, Ripken broke Lou Gehrigs record for consecutive games played 2,130 and voluntarily ended his streak in 1998 after playing in a world record 2,632 consecutive games Among his other on field accolades are American League Rookie of the Year 1982 , two time American League Most Valuable Player 1983, 1991 , two time Gold Glove recipient 1991, 1992 , two time All Star Game MVP 1991, 2001 , and 19 All Star Game selections He also was named to Major League Baseballs All Century Team in 1999 Ripken has made a tremendous impact on the sport and on fans everywhere In 1999, Babe Ruth League, Inc., changed the name of its largest division 5 to 12 year olds from Bambino to Cal Ripken Baseball Currently, than 700,000 youths play Cal Ripken Baseball worldwide He is using the platform that baseball has provided him to construct a baseball complex in his hometown of Aberdeen, Maryland The one of a kind facility consists of Ripken Stadium, a state of the art 6,000 seat minor league ballpark that is home to the hugely successful Class A Aberdeen IronBirds Adjacent to the minor league ballpark is the Ripken Youth Baseball Academy, consisting of eight youth fields, including a youth sized replica of Oriole Park at Camden Yards, a synthetic training infield, a bullpen area, and batting cages Ripken resides in Maryland with his wife, Kelly, and their children, Rachel and Ryan Bill Ripken, a 12 year Major League veteran, began his career with the Balti Orioles in 1987 under the direction of his father, Cal Ripken, Sr., and alongside brother Cal Ripken, Jr This was the first and remains the only time in Major League Baseball history that a father simultaneously managed two of his sons After five and a half seasons with the Orioles, Ripken, who would later return to Balti for a year, played for Texas, Cleveland, and Detroit In 1988, he was second among American League second basemen in double plays turned 100 At the plate, Ripken led the Balti Orioles in hitting with a.291 average and 28 doubles in 1990 Ripken, a second baseman by trade, had a fielding percentage of.9927 in 1992, the best of any Major League second baseman that season, and his career fielding percentage at second base.987 ranks among baseballs all time leaders Ripken was voted by his peers as one of the players most likely to manage a big league team Ripken is the co owner and executive vice president of Ripken Baseball Inc., a baseball sales and marketing company founded in 1999 and based in Balti Ripken is involved in all aspects of the business and regularly instructs at youth camps and coaching clinics Through his work with these programs, he has become recognized as one of Americas premiere baseball instructors Ripken also is involved in the continued development of the Ripken Academy in Aberdeen, Maryland, and the management of Ripken Baseballs minor league teams in Aberdeen and Augusta, Georgia Ripken lives in Fallston, Maryland, with his wife, Candace, and his children, Miranda, Anna, Reese, and Jack Scott Lowe joined Ripken Baseball in 1999 after eight years working in college sports publicity Lowe initially served as the general manager of the companys camps and clinics division, developing Ripken Baseballs youth camps, coaching clinics, and other instructional programs Presently he writes and designs Ripken Baseballs Coachs Clipboard e newsletter, which is distributed to amateur baseball coaches around the world on a monthly basis He also oversees the creation and distribution of Ripken Baseball instructional products and is involved in the development and implementation of the companys coaching education and other baseball instructional programs After graduating summa cum laude from the University of Maryland College of Journalism in 1991, Lowe spent two years as an athletic communications assistant at Princeton University He was the assistant director of sports information and served as the athletics marketing coordinator at Drexel University in Philadelphia from 1993 to 1995 before returning to the Balti area to become the assistant director of athletic communications at Loyola College Lowe served in that capacity before being promoted to the position of head sports information director in 1997 Lowe left Loyola in 1998 to form his own baseball camp business prior to joining Ripken Baseball in September 1999 In addition to his full time position at Ripken Baseball, he has served for three years as the head coach of varsity baseball at the Park School in Balti, compiling a 4519 record and leading the Bruins to three consecutive MIAA B Conference playoff appearances, including a trip to the 2006 championship game, after the school had failed to reach the postseason the previous seven years Lowe resides in Owings Mills, Maryland, with his wife, Robin, and children, Devin and Sydney. Cal Ripken Jr Wikipedia Calvin Edwin born August nicknamed The Iron Man, is an American former baseball shortstop and third baseman who played seasons in Major League Baseball MLB for the Balti Orioles One of his position s most offensively productive players, compiled , hits, home runs, runs batted during career, he won two Gold Ripken, Stats by Almanac Cal stats with batting stats, pitching fielding along uniform numbers, salaries, quotes, career biographical data presented Almanac Reference Bill Haelig sponsor this page ultimate Gamer Somewhat hamstrung legendary Cons Game Streak as accomplishments went well beyond that ie one only eight players to reach HR H plateaus Ripken Baseball BASEBALL THE RIPKEN WAY brings teammates, coaches, families together through our Big Experiences We teach values game, how play it right way Way Hothead Kevin Cowherd Hothead on FREE shipping qualifying offers Connor Sullivan All Star Babe Ruth Coaching Youth Coaching Scott Lowe young developing their skills, cultivating a love sport may be rewarding experience can offer understand like few others From father Sr December March was coach manager spent years organization, also player scoutHe farm system beginning later served parent club, which sons Billy Born near Aberdeen, Maryland, called House Pictures CelebrityHousePictures Satellite view photos CelebrityHousePictures house Reisterstown MD USA retired star foundation, O s, Machado Oriole legend Hall Famer stopped WTOP Monday talk about everything from charitable foundation Manny Bryce Harper impending wife Kelly have divorced Apr morning County Circuit Court couple married close Coaching Youth Baseball the Ripken Way


    • Coaching Youth Baseball the Ripken Way
    • 2.2
    • 127
    • Paperback
    • 264 pages
    • B001DF4GVK
    • Cal Ripken Jr.
    • English
    • 23 October 2017

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