One Perspective on “Pay to Play” Baseball

By Jeremy CoffeyThought Leadership

Today’s youth baseball players have any number of outlets to play the game we all love. Options may include Little League, Cal Ripken, Babe Ruth, American Legion, Pony League, etc. In recent years, the baseball world has seen a proliferation of programs in the AAU or “travel” baseball spheres. Once primarily the province of elite … Read More

Why ChangeUp?

By Marty CookeEase of Use, Features, Health & Safety

“People ask me what I do in winter when there’s no baseball. I’ll tell you what I do. I stare out the window and wait for spring.” – Rogers Hornsby   The two-time National League MVP’s mindset exists in many of today’s players.  The difference is that there no longer is a true “offseason” to … Read More

Introducing ChangeUp

By Jeremy CoffeyFeatures, Health & Safety

Competitive athletics, by their nature, are physically demanding – this can be particularly so with young athletes whose bodies are still developing.  Different sports impose different stresses on the body. In baseball, some of the most common stresses can be tied directly to arm overuse, with the highest prevalence of overuse injuries (shoulder and elbow) … Read More