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  • THE NEWS REVIEW - Thursday, June 11, 2015 - Page 9A

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  • Page 10A - THE NEWS REVIEW - Thursday, June 11, 2015

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    2015 Home Game Schedule

    Its a familiar face making the decisions for the Yorkton Cardinals.

    After two seasons with the Western Major Baseball League fran-chise as a catcher Kameron Mizzell has returned this season as head coach.

    Hailing from Sylacauga, AL., Mizzell who played baseball with Talladega College in Alabama, said he has been involved in the sport for as long as he can remember.

    When asked when he started playing he replied, ever since I could walk. I was in Little League when I was about four.

    Mizzell said he recalled a summer he was told he could go camping, or play base-ball. He eagerly chose baseball.

    It was the best deci-sion I ever made, he said, adding it helped him solidify a love for the game.

    Of course in the south-ern U.S. a lot of young-sters are drawn to the diamond.

    Its pretty big down there in the south, he said, adding its bigger in Florida and Texas, but Alabama is getting bet-

    ter.And of course so is

    Little League and its World Series.

    When I played the only thing we wanted to do was get to the Little League World Series, said Mizzell.

    In time the dream grew bigger.

    Mizzell said when he was young he can remem-ber telling his Dad, I want to be in the Majors.

    While he is coaching this summer in Yorkton, Mizzell, 23, said playing in the Majors hasnt been abandoned yet.

    I really havent given up on that dream yet Im still working out, he said, adding after the summer in Yorkton he plans to look into what options there might be to sign on with a pro team, or maybe head to an independent team and work his way from there.

    If the road as a player does not work out, Mizzell said hell look to stay in the game, and that could include coach-ing as he is with the Cardinals this summer.

    Mizzell said his inter-est in a spot on the bench likely started with his father.

    I guess it started when Dad coached me, he said, adding that included Little League Baseball, and helping coach high school sports too.

    Hed tell me stuff you had to look for as a coach That intrigued me a little bit.

    Now with the Cardinals, Mizzell is get-ting some on-the-job training.

    I love helping kids craft their game, he said.

    It helps Mizzell is only a year removed from playing in the WMBL.

    Its very easy to relate

    to them, he said, add-ing he knows well what they are going through as college players hoping to improve their game through summer base-ball.

    Being a catcher helps the transition to coaching.

    Catching is a big part of the game, he said, adding he sees the position as Captain of the field, because theyre the only ones to see the whole field.

    That helps me.From the crouch

    behind the play Mizzell said he has learned how players at second, shortstop, centre field play their positions, and of course he han-dled the pitchers too.

    I pitched a little bit too, so I know the nature of pitching too, he said.

    So what is Mizzells philosophy as a coach?

    The first thing he wants to see is players working hard, and that means shaking off a bad pitch, a fielding error, or a bad out, and bearing down the next time. He pointed to a situation in Moose Jaw where the Miller Express had men

    on second and third with no outs. He went to the mound with a simple message for his pitcher; This is your game, show me you want it Youve got to look into their face and see what players have got, look into their eyes and see if they can get it done Youve kind of got to let players play and show confidence in them.

    In the simplest term Mizzell said its, Just play the game. Play the game hard. Play at 110 miles an hour.

    That said, Mizzell said he doesnt want aggressiveness to take over a player either.

    You want to let the game come to you, he said.

    As for coming toYorkton, that was easy, said Mizzell.

    Its a very goodleague, he said, adding he enjoyed playing with the Cardinals and he is looking forward to help-ing take the team into the playoffs, and to a championship.

    Mizzell said making the playoffs isnt enough.

    We need to win it, to win the WMBLChampionship, he said.

    New Cardinal head coach has a familiar face

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