This time, less students showed up for class due to the holidays. After the usual drills, the students were separated into two groups and played baseball games. This was Adventurer Jr. II’s first time playing an actual game. In total, he scored 3 runs and 9 hits. They played 3 matches which were all ties.
This evening Adventurer Jr. II attended his fifth baseball practice. Since it’s winter break, not many kids showed up for class. I was actually cold sitting in the gym watching and waiting for him. The heat probably was turned off since there’s no school. The training was actually better with less people. He is getting better at throwing and catching.
Since the majority of students are right-handed, the instructions and drills were best suited for right-handed people. Adventurer Jr. II had issues being one of the only lefties. Most of the time he just did what the instructors said, because he had trouble relating. He needs to consciously do the opposite of what others do. I’ll remind him before next class.
Adventurer Jr. II attended his baseball practice this evening. He performed footwork and throwing drills. He really enjoyed it. Baseball along with swimming and tae kwon do will be Adventurer Jr. II’s major sport.
Tonight, Adventurer Jr. II attended another baseball practice. He threw and caught with the correct hands now since he used the left-handed mitt. Overall, Adventurer Jr. II did a better job than last time. And most importantly, he enjoyed the session.
Adventurer Jr. II started baseball on Sunday. It was his first time playing baseball. After I paid $150 for the camp, he just showed up in kakis, empty handed. All the other kids dressed in athletic clothes and brought their baseball gear. I talked to the assistant coach, and he said we’d need to buy a new catcher’s mitt because Adventure Jr. II is left-handed and he didn’t have a left-handed one to lend us. However, we didn’t have to purchase … Continue reading >>