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What if you could go behind the scenes with athletes and coaches? Join Ken Carpenter, a veteran high school baseball coach weekly as he examines success, failures, and life lessons in sports. Each episode provides valuable insight and an understanding of playing or coaching team sports.

Recent Episodes

College Baseball Is More Difficult Than You Think - Ryne Romick

March 29, 2023

Episode 68 Ryne Romick (Denison University Baseball Associate Head Coach) was a All-Ohio multi-sport athlete at River High School (OH). He pitched for the University of Akron Zips and jumped right into coaching after gradu…

Should You Specialize Or Play Multiple Youth Sports - Andrew Petcash

March 15, 2023

Parents are struggling to find what's best for their son or daughter when it comes to playing youth sports. Should you specialize or let them play multiple youth sports? The pressure of what other parents are doing, hoping…

How To Win Multiple National Titles - Todd Fitz-Gerald

March 1, 2023

Episode 66 Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School (FL) Head Baseball Coach Todd Fitz - Gerald takes you behind the scenes and shares what it takes to win multiple state and national championships. The SD Eagles go into the 20…

Gold Medals, Suspension and The Positive Response - Adam Moseley

Feb. 15, 2023

Episode 65 Adam Moseley - Hoover (AL) Buccaneer HS Head Baseball Coach / 2X Baseball Team USA World Champion The highly successful Adam Moseley joins the Athlete 1 Podcast. In this episode, we find out why positive leadersh…

Winning Baseball - Bill and Frank Gamble

Feb. 1, 2023

Episode 64 Bill and Frank Gamble - Massillon Jackson HS Baseball (OH) are a winning coaching combination on the baseball field. This father-son combination teach and coach the game the right way. Their roles have reversed. …

How To Win With A Simple Philosophy - Chris Fugitt

Jan. 18, 2023

Episode 63 After 22 years, Chris Fugitt - Hilliard Darby HS (OH) Head Baseball Coach stepped away from coaching to enjoy watching his son play D1 baseball for Purdue and Bowling Green University. Four years later he returns…