Hi! I’m Tim Dierkes, the owner of MLB Trade Rumors. If you’ll indulge me for a minute, I want to talk about an app I’ve created for youth baseball and softball coaches that has nothing to do with MLB or rumors.
How many times have you observed this scene in a youth baseball or softball game?
An infielder makes an amazing stop on a ground ball. It’s the highlight of the kid’s budding career to date. And then…NOOOOOO!!! Why did you throw it to THAT base? Or…why did you think you could just step on THAT base??! We’ve been over this in practice!
Fundamentals are crucial to understanding and playing baseball or softball. Chief among them: where are the force outs? Our new Baseball Force Out Teacher app for iPhones and iPads is the perfect at-home supplement to any player or watcher’s education.
The eight different baserunner scenarios are randomly presented, and this fun game-like app drills home the correct answers to one crucial question: Where are the force outs? Simply play it over and over until force outs are second nature! Most kids have a little bit of time on their hands currently.
Plus, if you’re a coach looking to freestyle or elaborate on infield scenarios, the app has a handy whiteboard feature.
Here the Tigers are highly motivated to resign Jordan Zimmerman, despite his aliment.
Or we could just have dads teach their kids how to play the game.
You’re a great person. Keep it up, dude.
Thanks, home skillet.
There’s nothing very kid- friendly that I’ve found for Androids, Tim. Please let us know if the platform availability changes!
The cubs could have used this app last year…
Very cool. I’ll have to check it out
Any ETA on an android version?
Why are you guys teaching baseball to androids? Doesn’t seem fair to me.
That does not compute.