Championship Thinking in Sports

Jim Meier

Championship Thinking in Sports – Bridging the Gap in Player Development: Youth through Professional

Guest Jerry Weinstein* is extremely baseball smart and savvy with 50+ years in the game. Among his many baseball roles are: minor league manager, head of major league player development for several teams, college and professional coach & U.S. Olympic team coach. His successes are extensive in patiently and wisely honing baseball talented players into a full package. With stories & example, Jerry gives practical, specific advice on how to bridge the gap for developing excellent players. This includes: 1) doing this effectively at the youth, HS, collegiate and professional levels and, 2) development of the whole player: physically, technically, psychologically and spiritually. *Jerry is in his 5th year managing the Modesto Nuts. He has served in several roles for the Dodgers and Rockies and has managed minor leagues teams for the Cubs, Brewers and Expos.