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Blizzard Big 5

Blizzard Big 5

  • Acceptance of Responsibility / Control what you can control - Attitude, Effort and Preparation
  • Loyalty - to your faith, family, friends and the program - don't forget where you came from and what got you there
  • Humility, Class and Body Language
  • Synergism - team chemistry; the total is greater than the sum of its parts
  • Kaizen - continuous improvements, every day, in small increments

These are just some of the things that we implement every day in our program in hopes that we are creating great young men while developing their baseball skills.  Life through baseball!

Blizzard Team Guidelines - for Players and Parents

  • Heightened Team Awareness - Every person in and around the program matters
  • Transferable Trust - Confidence
  • Everything Counts
  • Be Prepared
  • Be Flexible
  • Be Supportive
  • Be Respectful
  • No Whining
  • Come with Solutions, Not Problems
  • Be Positive
  • Be Courteous
  • Follow through
  • Be Involved
  • Love the game … it is the best one in the world!

Off the Field…

  • Do not break the Academy, field or hotel rules – Act as if you were at your grandmother’s house.
  • Make good decisions and judgments
  • Violations of any guidelines and/or rules may result in the following depending on flagrancy and number of offenses:  Removal from game, Don’t start, Don’t play, Suspension, Cut.
  • Parents – If you have any issues, please come directly to the coaching staff.  We can handle your problems quicker and easier if you bring it to our attention as soon as possible – no matter how big or how small!

Blizzard Varsity team at Siebert Field 2013

"My intentions are focused soley on our players in our program.  I want to see them succeed and learn life lessons through the game of baseball.  Surrounding them with great coaches and mentors has always been first priority and I feel I have the best staff around to accomplish those goals.  I love what I do and see myself working on a baseball field for a long time to come."

Dylan Dresel, Anthony Mrosla, Matt Fiedler 2012