Next up in our series of six interviews with some of the most trusted mentors in amateur baseball is a voice that has been heard loud, strong, and enthusiastically (!) across many platforms for the last five years or so. These days, Jeremy “Sheets” Sheetinger is head baseball coach at Georgia Gwinnett College in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Most of you have come to know him through his work at the ABCA, but that doesn’t mean that he is no longer available. He continues to reach the masses through his work with Stick and Ball TV with podcasts and online videos.
In this episode, Sheets talks about family, perspective, his own feelings about this lost season, the temporal nature of all things, planning, creativity, and what he’s hearing from other coaches. As usual, Sheets provides a boat load of inspiration.
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Sheets can be heard on the weekly Dugout Chatter podcast.
Photo credit: Cornbelt Sports
Intro Music: Matt’s Blues, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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