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Bill Gosse column: Art of communication important in youth sports

9:21 PM, Mar. 9, 2013
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With Major League Baseball's spring training in full swing and the World Baseball Classic beginning, daily communication takes place with team leaders passing along fundamentals and tips in a way they hope will be learned, embraced and practiced.

That doesn't include the signs coming from the dugout during the course of a game for execution of an offensive or defensive play, defensive shift or to call a pitch for a crucial situation.

In a perfect world, this would all go as smooth as silk. However, as the old adage goes, communication is an art. ...

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