Skyler Wenninger is the Worthington Trojan high school baseball coach, and describes himself as very competitive person, with a strong passion for baseball and a desire to spread that passion to the community.
A 2013 graduate of Luverne High School, Skyler went on to play baseball at the University of Minnesota Duluth, winning NSIC Rookie of the Year, and the NSCI Gold Glove award as a second baseman. He finished his collegiate career playing Division 1 baseball at South Dakota State University.
"My focus as a coach will be to teach life skills designed to meet each student athlete’s needs. Every decision made will support the principle that developing a team-winning culture is more important than winning a single game. The reason I coach is to make an impact on someone’s life, just like my coaches did for me. I hope to inspire people, lead people, and be the best role model I can. And at the end of the day, I want someone to look at me and say, “Because of you I didn’t give up.” - Skylar Wenninger
• Exhibit good sportsmanship on and off the field
• Create a positive culture of team success
• Have previous competitive baseball experience
• Balance player development goals with competitive goals
• Strive for all players to play a significant amount of the proportionate playing time available
• Communicate schedules and more to parents
• Be supportive of all players on the team.
Proper fit of bats is important. If you want a bat that is less likely to "ring" in the hands of the batter consider trying a 2 or 3 piece bat vs a one piece bat.
Some of the better brands to consider:
Easton, DeMarini and Louisville Slugger
Good quality bats tend to cost a little more money.
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