Going on Autopilot: Baseball’s Mind-Body Connection

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Going on Autopilot: Baseball’s Mind-Body Connection

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Bruce J. Gevirtzman (author)

3.1.18 (release date)

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Baseball players, young and not so young, are a unique bunch: they stand near a spot in which a hard leather object comes hurling toward their face over 90 miles per hour; they try desperately to whack a round ball with a round bat, hoping it lands in a spot where nobody can catch it; they risk life and limb diving and skidding after a baseball, while suspecting all the time they don’t have a chance to get their glove on it. But what separates a good baseball player from a great baseball player is what a player does with his mind, how he mentally approaches the game.

In a lively and direct manner, Going on Autopilot discusses the mental part of baseball—not only about the players but also about umpires (they have minds?), managers, and fans.