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Re: What makes a good coach in slowpitch?
One name always stuck out to me...Herb Price. Herb was a class act all the way around. He was a staple at many of the events...it was sad when he retired. He had a good eye for talent, and he had an intangible quality... his players loved and respected him and Pat...they would have gone to the ends of the earth for him. That quality has never been replicated. There is no formula for that...
Tim Barnes is also a class act. Tim has opened many eyes about HOW to coach and be successful at the top level. Fact is most coaches only have part of the formula, he's one of the very few that's put it all together in one package.