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Leonardo Ruiz, Judy L. Van Raalte, Thaddeus France and Al Petitpas

steroids manufactured for horses and cattle from veterinarians ( Bouchet et al., 2013 ; Storms, 2008 ). Once amateur youth baseball players sign a professional contract, they are assigned to the MLB’s affiliated baseball academies, where they receive immediate benefits. The academies offer equipment

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Diane M. Culver, Erin Kraft, Cari Din and Isabelle Cayer

-going interactions is a theme that is seemingly common across CoPs in all sports (e.g., also seen with youth baseball coaches; Culver, Trudel, & Werthner, 2009 ). Other studies have shown that providing coaches with opportunities to interact with other coaches working in similar contexts, but not necessarily the

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Jill Whitall, Nadja Schott, Leah E. Robinson, Farid Bardid and Jane E. Clark

). Expert-novice differences in cognitive and skill execution components of youth baseball performance . Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 66 ( 3 ), 194 – 201 . PubMed ID: 7481080 doi: 10.1080/02701367.1995.10608833 French , K.E. , & Thomas , J.R. ( 1987 ). The relation of knowledge

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Khalid Ballouli

Baseball. In the fourth chapter, The Eternal and Ever-Changing Game , the author sheds light on how the current state of youth sport in general, and youth baseball in particular, may be negatively affecting the way Major League Baseball is consumed by young people and how young ballplayers might be

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Brian P. McCullough, Madeleine Orr and Timothy Kellison

robust waste management programs, and researchers have examined best practices for promoting recycling behaviors among sport consumers, ranging from youth baseball spectators ( McCullough & Cunningham, 2011 ) to tailgaters ( Martin, Ross, & Irwin, 2015 ) to attendees of big time sport ( McCullough, 2013

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Thelma S. Horn

their early studies, Smith and Smoll (summarized by Smoll and Smith, 2015 ) used the observational CBAS to code the behaviors exhibited by 70 youth baseball and basketball coaches. They coded and analyzed over 80,000 coach behaviors! They also conducted in-home interviews at the end of the season with