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Unformatted text preview: Then you take more time and adapt to fix them. Everyone starts with no knowledge of a sport; time has to be put into it so that they can learn what needs to be done. This is coming from my own personal experience. I played baseball since I was 4. When I started, as one would expect I was terrible. But with time and practice I got better. When the game actually started to matter I would put in more practice hours than anyone on the team. I would stay at the field with my father after all the other kids had left and continue to practice. Eventually the extra time paid off, as I became the only player on my team to reach the All-Star game. Continuing to practice longer and harder than anyone else I reached the achieved status of an All-Star catcher for three consecutive years. I know that that the time put into the practice is important, no matter what the authors have to say....
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- Fall '07