ARBUTUS FIREBALLS Travel Softball: Welcome

Arbutus Fireballs 2015 Team Site

   JOIN THE AWESOME GROUP OF ARBUTUS PLAYERS THAT HAVE, GONE ON TO BECOME FIRST YEAR STARTING JV/VARSITY HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS AND COLLEGE SOFTBALL PLAYERS! 
TRY-OUTS FOR 16 UNDER SUNDAY
APRIL 12TH & APRIL 19TH 2015

1:00 PM AT ARBUTUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

 

The Arbutus Fireballs are 17 year established travel organization centrally located in Baltimore County, we are seeking players to fill-out our roster for 2015 Spring/Summer. We have partnered with the Head Coach of AACC to provide pitching instruction and skills clinics beginning NOW.

Our program objective is to provide players competitive level of play while not requiring a substantial financial commitment. We play local tournaments (4-5) and games from May to July/August. We play C level tournaments, but insist on A level attitude and heart.

Our coaching staff is dedicated to encouraging and teaching continued skill and character development.

If you love the game of softball and want to play with a team that has fun while winning, contact me to sign-up for our clinics in February and March. Coach Monika Campbell,
(443)250-8748[image]  monikac@ix.netcom.com
 or visit our website http://www.eteamz.com/arbutusfireballs/


Due to High School committments we plan on practicing and playing on weekends until High School Ball ends.
For futher information, feel free to contact me.

The Arbutus Fireballs are a travel team based out of Arbutus Maryland, for the last 17 years this organization has competed in tournaments throughout the Maryland Metropolitan area. Our teams strive to improve all the players skills and instill good sportsmanship values. Young ladies from our organization have gone on to play at the College level throughout the USA. A strong organization with invaluable volunteers, make our teams a competitive team every time they hit the fields.

WHAT KIND OF PLAYERS ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
Young ladies, that respect themselves and others, love the game, and strive for improvement everyday, on and off the field.

A site for parents, players, coaches and fans. Stay up-to-date on games schedules, directions, tournament standings and team drills and skills. Get directions on-line in a printable format, check out our up-coming tournaments and see the results all season long.





FIREBALLS SOFTBALL RULES TO LIVE BY!!!
1. If you can hit - you won't sit.
2. Swing hard - just in case you hit it.
3. If your stealin' - your sliding'.
4. If you "K" - run hard to first - just in case.
5. You don't have to be THE best, you just have to be YOUR best.
6. When you have gone as far as you can take one more step.
7. ARBUTUS FIREBALLS Rule!!!


VISIT OUR TEAM STORE FOR ALL OF YOUR SPORT EQUIPMENT NEEDS!!






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NO BRAINERS THAT'LL BEAT US EVERYTIME

1. Getting picked off a base
2. Not sliding
3. Not knowing how many outs there are
4. Missing a signal or not executing at advancing a runner
5. Throwing to the wrong base or behind the advancing runner
6. Not throwing to the cutoff from the outfield
7. Not being able to get a sacrifice bunt down
8. Not backing up the play
9. Not calling for a fly ball
10. Taking a called third strike
11. Not getting the sure out
12. Not hustling all the time
13. Not being mentally prepared to play


The Law of Preparation.....

Teams win championships by doing the little things well, all the time

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HEADS UP SOFTBALL

1) Take responsibility for your thoughts and actions
2) Be on a mission; Know why you play softball, what character traits you want to possess and what you want to accomplish in the game.
3) Play one pitch at a time; confident and focused on each pitch as it is played with disregard for past or future pitches.
4) Make your daily actions consistent with your mission.
5) Realize that you cannot control what happens around you but you can control your response to it, and that you be in control of yourself before you can control your performance.
6) Develop your mental skills so you constantly perform near the best of your ability and you have "something to go to" when adversity strikes.
7) Practice what you are going to do in the game
8) Focus on the process of playing the game rather than the outcomes of your performance
9) Learn each day
10) Keep it simple!



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