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How To Win Multiple National Titles - Todd Fitz-Gerald

March 01, 2023 Ken Carpenter Season 1 Episode 66
How To Win Multiple National Titles - Todd Fitz-Gerald
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How To Win Multiple National Titles - Todd Fitz-Gerald
Mar 01, 2023 Season 1 Episode 66
Ken Carpenter

Episode 66

Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School (FL) Head Baseball Coach Todd Fitz - Gerald takes you behind the scenes and shares what it takes to win multiple state and national championships.

The SD Eagles go into the 2023 season as defending national champions with 13 players that are college bound.  

This interview was conducted on the 5 year anniversary of the Parkland, Florida mass shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School.  Coach Fitz-Gerald breaks down his keys to consistently producing nationally ranked teams.  He shares what he learned from the mass shooting and how we can  put our difference aside to be a better society.

  • "I am the coach that I am because of the players that have played for me"
  • Steps taken to change the team culture
  • The ways he handles having your sons play for you
  • Building a bond with your players 
  • When talented players lack work ethic
  • How you get returning players to stay hungry
  • The shock that  comes with a mass shooting a week before the season and how he handled it
  • The changes he has made since the mass shooting




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Episode 66

Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School (FL) Head Baseball Coach Todd Fitz - Gerald takes you behind the scenes and shares what it takes to win multiple state and national championships.

The SD Eagles go into the 2023 season as defending national champions with 13 players that are college bound.  

This interview was conducted on the 5 year anniversary of the Parkland, Florida mass shooting at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School.  Coach Fitz-Gerald breaks down his keys to consistently producing nationally ranked teams.  He shares what he learned from the mass shooting and how we can  put our difference aside to be a better society.

  • "I am the coach that I am because of the players that have played for me"
  • Steps taken to change the team culture
  • The ways he handles having your sons play for you
  • Building a bond with your players 
  • When talented players lack work ethic
  • How you get returning players to stay hungry
  • The shock that  comes with a mass shooting a week before the season and how he handled it
  • The changes he has made since the mass shooting




Support the Show.