I prefer to “see the ball, hit the ball” rather than overloading players with information. How can chartIT assist?

Ensuring players balance out their natural physical skill with the edge that chartIT can give can take a bit of getting used to.  For this reason, it creates a great opportunity for players at travel and high school level to utilize chartIT. Controlling the information given at a younger age is key, and initially picking simple concepts (inside vs outside or first strike percentages) is a great first step to build on.

The earlier athletes are exposed to the advantage scouted information can create for them, the more success the athlete can ultimately have at a younger age and the more well-rounded of a recruiting prospect the athlete can be.

The fact is, this information is being utilized at college and international level.  The sooner an athlete learns to use it, the better.

“There is a way to play this game (softball) physically, but it’s the mental part that’s going to separate gold from silver and silver from bronze.” – Lisa Fernandez