Hey, if you’re a Pitcher or a Catcher you better get your butt to spring training. If you are a fan of baseball and you want to hear more about things like the California Winter League where young talented players pay $3,500.00 dollars to play the game and learn their craft from some of the best coaches in American, then this is your lucky day. Join us tomorrow night on the Cleveland Sports 360 show when we welcome back a guy who has a talent for helping young players develop into Major League Talent. We will be welcoming back Mr. Bart Zeller who has offered to step away from his coaching responsibility and talk baseball with us for the entire hour starting at 7:00p.m. Est.
Zeller has been involved in organized baseball for most of his 71 years. He has done it all, from being a Major League Catcher for the St. Louis Cardinals to coaching kids out in the desert Zeller knows baseball. Zeller most recently is the former manager of the Joliet Slammers of the Frontier League where he not only won a championship, he also was named the manager of the year. The team changed hands at the end of last season and as it happens so many times in the game Zeller is moving on to a different team out East.
At the present time Zeller is out in California finishing the job of coaching young talent who actually pay to play. Tomorrows show we will be talking the Use if P.E.D.’s in major league baseball. What it is like to report to spring training and what teams have to do to prepare for a 162 game season and how much Bart thinks a guy like Terry Francona can help turn the Cleveland Indians into a contender.
There is a lot to talk about and I hope an hour is enough time. You can catch the Cleveland Sports 360 Show with our special guest Mr. Bart Zeller by logging onto www.streamingsportstalk.com tomorrow night at 7:00p.m. Est. This is one show with one guest you won’t want to miss, it is spring training time and it won’t be long now until the boys of summer return to the field And Bart Zeller is going to be there……
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