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Cedar Park Local Weather
Bill Lee
Fax: 512-331-4880
Cedar Park, Texas

Saturday, December 31
Spring 2005 Season

Welcome to the website of the Jaguars 14U baseball team where the kid still comes first.

Another spring season is on the horizon and it's time to get you couch potatoes back in shape. I am looking forward to the upcoming season since it is the last one before you all move on to high school ball.

If I can encourage you in any way, it would be for each of you to take charge of your baseball future by sticking to a scheduled conditioning, throwing and batting program that I'll be forwarding to you shortly. It is up to you just how far you go in baseball.

Don't view workouts as work, view it as preparation to do what you like to baseball. There are so many things and other distractions for you to do in this world that it is going to test your ability to stay focused on the good and necessary activities in your life. If baseball or athletics in general is something that you really want to pursue, then you will make time for it now.

The quote that I've placed at the end of this message for the last couple of seasons is straight to the point. You can dedicate energy, time and effort into your dreams or you can look back 10 to 20 years from now and say " I wish I had..." and fill in the blank. Maybe it was I wish I had dedicated time in my week to condition my body for the rigors of baseball. Or I wish I had worked more in the cage to better my bat. Or if only I had listened to the coaches... or mom or dad.

Opportunities in life are fleeting. And the window of opportunity for baseball will close for some of you if you choose to sit and do nothing during practice or work outside of practice this season. Some of you have been given an extra helping of God-given talent that you neither chose nor worked for but was designed for you before you came about. Simply relying on what you've been given is not enough. It is now time for each of you to prepare yourselves for the work ahead.

See you between the lines...Coach Bill

"There are two types of pain: the pain of discipline and the pain of regret. The choice is yours." --sign in the Cleveland Indians' weight room

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