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With guest speaker former professional player & former Fordham/West Point Coach Matt Smith!
With guest speaker Greg Spatz from Resilient PT in Chatham. Greg is a former college baseball player who worked as a strength and conditioning coach in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization. We will be discussing ways players can stay in shape during quarantine, and tips on how to avoid getting injured when play resumes.
With guest speaker China McCarney, VP at Jaeger Sports. We'll be talking about arm care, proper warmup/throwing/cool down regimens, and also getting into the mental health aspect of what's been going on these past 10 weeks.
Cardinals coach Jim Monaghan is joined by Milwaukee Brewers scout Ty Blankmeyer. They talk about Ty's journey from youth baseball in Morristown, to Seton Hall Prep, St. John's University and ultimately professional baseball. Follow Ty on Instagram at @TyBlank0
The North Jersey Cardinals coach Jim Monaghan is joined by Darren Fenster, former Rutgers star and professional player in the Kansas City Royals organization who is currently the Minor League Outfield & Base Running Coordinator for the Boston Red Sox.
The North Jersey Cardinals coach Jim Monaghan is joined by former MLB pitcher CJ Nitkowsk, talking about a return to play for youth baseball in his current home state of Georgia where he's coaching a 12U team, his own experiences of going from high school baseball here in New Jersey to the major leagues, acting in the movie "42," what's happening with MLB right now and more.
Sunday October 25, 2020 was a history-making day for our North Jersey Cardinals organization. For the first time ever, two Cardinals teams - 13U Dodgers and 13U Red - faced off in a championship game. To quote Director of Operations Frank Dasti when he addressed the teams, "this was a great, great baseball game." The game went into extra innings before the Dodgers squad finally prevailed, but this was the kind of athletic contest that the players and parents will talk about for years to come.
Juan Soto just can't stay away from the diamond.
The youngest batting champion in National League history traveled to New Jersey over the weekend to watch his nephew in a United States Amateur Baseball League 10-and-under tournament at North Edison Little League. Soto was there for two games Sunday, watching his nephew's New York Bluebirds out of Manhattan take the title with a 7-2 victory over The North Jersey Cardinals.
"My coach told me that a guy in the stands was Juan Soto," Cardinals center fielder Patrick McKeever, 10, said. "And I didn't really believe it at first. My teammates kept trying to get me to look, and I realized it was him."
Did having one of Major League Baseball's young superstars at the game have an effect?
"Yeah," Patrick said. "I wanted to do better to impress him."