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Ask Doug: Leaving School Early

Baseball FactoryOctober 2, 2009By Doug Glanville Doug Glanville is working with the Baseball Factory and Team One Baseball as a Special Consultant. He will be writing articles and looking for your questions and feedback. If you have a question...

Getting to First Base

The New York Times September 20, 2009 By Doug Glanville The other week, my former manager, the current Red Sox skipper Terry Francona, was discussing his ... For most of my career, I was a leadoff hitter, particularly during the five...

Keeping It Real

The New York Times September 13, 20009 By Doug Glanville I played many years in Philadelphia, so I am paying close attention to the return of Michael Vick…… Locker room talk suggests that “keeping it real” is a noble effort. It is...

Manny and Mom

The New York Times September 5,2009 By Doug glanville One of the more powerful scenes I have seen in a movie was the moment in “The Matrix” ... One of the more powerful scenes I have seen in a movie was the moment in “The Matrix”...

Sleepwalking Through September

The New York Times August 20, 2009 By Doug Glanville We’ve all been in situations where we are just “playing out the string.” You’re working for ... Unfortunately, like it or not, there are a lot of teams in major league baseball that...

Ask Doug: Coaching Your Son

Baseball FactoryAugust 18, 2009By Doug GlanvilleDoug Glanville is working with the Baseball Factory and Team One Baseball as a Special Consultant. He will be writing articles and looking for your questions and feedback. If you have a question for...

The Forgotten

The New York Times August 12, 2009 By Doug Glanville On paper, I was ready for my ride into the sunset. I had a nice Ivy League engineering degree, a ... There are no institutional services to help baseball players move on to that next...

Confidential, With an Asterisk

The New York Times August 3, 2009 By Doug Glanville I can understand why there are so many calls for the heads of the 104 players on the so-called “list Every player feels overwhelmed at one time or another, by one thing or another. (...

Ask Doug: Hall of Fame?

Baseball FactoryJuly 31, 2009By Doug GlanvilleDoug Glanville is working with the Baseball Factory and Team One Baseball as a Special Consultant. He will be writing articles and looking for your questions and feedback. If you have a question for Doug...

Anxiety at the Plate

The New York TimesJuly 13, 2009By Doug GlanvilleEvery player feels overwhelmed at one time or another, by one thing or another. (Even all-stars — in fact, it may be worse for the stars of the game because the microscope they are under is set to a...

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