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5/5
When I coached my youngest many years ago if Lil Diamonds was available each of our players and their parents would have been given a copy. And their coach would have echoed so much of what its author says about by how the game of baseball should be learned and should be played by our young people. Learning the fundamentals, yes. But doing it in a fun and encouraging way. Nice going Reggie Hammonds. Thank you! Parents and coaches need to take to heart what Lil Diamonds says as they give to their youngsters the wonderful game of baseball. And those youngsters will profit much as they read about how that wonderful game should be played.

Dr. Lawrence D. Hogan

5/5
New York-based musician, playwright and educator, Kevin Kane’s Negro League version of “Casey at the Bat” is called “Breaking the Line with the Mudville Nine”. It was written for and first performed at the Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame. Kevin’s play, “A Love of the Game” was first performed in 1995 at the O’Neill National Playwrights Conference. Kevin’s depth of experience of theater led him to become a playwright representative for several people including August Wilson, who has been referred to as the “theater’s poet of Black America”.

Kevin Kane

5/5
I just finished reading Lil Diamonds and just wished it could have come out earlier! Not only was the information valuable, many parents could have done the drills with their little kids inside during the current health challenge. As a teacher, I appreciated how the information was presented in a straightforward way. Teaching kids is challenging, and Lil Diamonds does a great job of breaking things into small steps to guarantee success in baseball or softball. Thank you, Reggie Hammonds, for writing this book!

Harold Holland

Director, Financial Aid for a technology school and former athlete
5/5
I just finished reading Lil Diamonds and just wished it could have come out earlier! Not only was the information valuable, many parents could have done the drills with their little kids inside during the current health challenge. As a teacher, I appreciated how the information was presented in a straightforward way. Teaching kids is challenging, and Lil Diamonds does a great job of breaking things into small steps to guarantee success in baseball or softball. Thank you, Reggie Hammonds, for writing this book!

Harold Holland

Director, Financial Aid for a technology school and former athlete

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WHY I WROTE THIS BOOK

Back in the early 90’s, I met a neighbor, a mother who had an 8‐year‐old son. The mother enrolled the young boy in the local Little League, and they were excited. One Saturday morning, I saw them in the lobby before going to a game and the young boy was overjoyed to be in his uniform and he could not wait to start playing. A couple of weeks later, I noticed the little boy and his mother going to his game. However, he did not have the same sparkle in his eye and looked like he didn’t want to go. I asked how baseball was going and the boy looked down and said “ok”. His mother shook her head and whispered, “he had a few bad games”.  I told the young boy to hang in there and that he would do better the next time. Well, unfortunately things did not get better, and he later decided to stop playing.

Here was a young boy who could have benefitted from personal coaching. A few simple baseball drills and words of loving encouragement probably would have made all the difference in the world for this kid. The biggest factor to his lost interest in baseball was a lack of success. It eliminated the prospect of having fun. Here was a young boy who could have and should have benefitted from someone with good baseball experience and specific instructions. Lil Diamonds is my chance to help other kids have success.

i believe that there are 4 things to focus on:

If you’re a parent or caregiver of a child playing baseball, you need to start now to give them long-term success.

Basics

Learning how to win is #1

Practice

Consistently drilling is #2

Encouragement

#3 There will be setbacks on the path to success. Your love and encouragement will help them on their path.

Fun

#4 As long as your kid achieves success on the field, he/she will have fun and then they’ll want to practice, do drills and keep playing.

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MY PERSONAL GUARANTEE TO YOU

My guarantee to you is that using the advice and drills given in Lil Diamonds, when implemented for 60 days, will make a difference in your child’s baseball success. I know when you take action, you’ll get results.

These are the same principles I have followed day in and day out that led me to get recruited by the Seattle Mariners and the Pittsburgh Pirates.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Under the guidance of his father, Reggie began playing sports at the age of five years old. Through practice, commitment, and focus, he excelled in high school and was named to the New York Daily News and the New Jersey Star Ledger All-State Teams two years in a row.
Reggie was recruited by dozens of col¬leges and chose Northwestern University, a member of the Big Ten Conference on a dual scholarship for baseball and football. After shattering his wrist his freshman year, he concentrated on baseball. As he was completing his junior year, he was drafted by the Seattle Mariners but turned down the offer to continue his studies. Following graduation, Reggie was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates and played in their minor league organization for four years. During his career, he played against three MLB Hall of Famers – Greg Maddox, Barry Larkin and Roberto Alomar and with or against numerous baseball stars.

His wrist injury ultimately led to the end of his career. Reggie used his energy, determination, and drive to become a certified New Jersey high school history teacher and then went on to Wall Street and became a licensed wealth manager.

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