I, Coach Henze, didn’t start My-Youth-Baseball.com to look for kudos and recommendations. I began this site simply to help youth baseball coaches, parents and players.
After the site began to grow, I started receiving positive feedback and a few recommendations around the baseball world. Below are some recommendations from other youth baseball people.
I just want to say THANKS!
DAN CLEMENS – AUTHOR, SPEAKER, AND YOUTH BASEBALL COACH
“Coach Henze’s My-Youth-Baseball.com site is a gold mine to help build skill at any aspect of coaching the game of baseball. It’s a one-stop-shop for top-notch instruction on strategy, drills and fundamentals, with recommendations on equipment and other valuable resources. Because he’s coached everything from youth through varsity high school baseball, Brent’s tips and ideas will work well for both beginner and experienced baseball coaches.
While many Websites out there seem more geared towards promoting that coach’s ego, Brent’s focus is clearly where it should be – a genuine interest in helping all of us in the baseball community create a better experience for our kids and train the next generation of baseball coaches.” March 6, 2011
NOTE: Click here to read about Dan’s Book, “A Perfect Season“. I highly recommend all youth coaches and parents read this book about coaching youth sports and the priorities that we place on them. GREAT READ!
TONY LANCETTE – FORMER HARVARD UNIVERSITY BASEBALL PLAYER AND CURRENT WCHA HOCKEY REFEREE
“Brent has taken his tremendous baseball talent and has been able to parlay that into coaching success. His passion for the game drives him to reach out to ballplayers of all ages, helping them to achieve their personal baseball goals.” March 2, 2011
MARK ARMSTRONG – WEB SITE VISITOR
Hi Coach Henze,
I just want to comment and say thank you for developing a terrific website for youth baseball players, parents, and coaches. The “Ask the Coach” questions illustrate the trials and tribulations of all of us involved with baseball and I like how you keep things in perspective. Your philosophy seems to be in alignment with mine regarding my own kids playing baseball: be a positive influence, work with them and encourage them to develop skills, and always encourage the best out of them without losing the fun of the game.
Thank you again for this great website and offering helpful links.