cultivating baseball players in Taiwan since she was a child. The process of cultivating baseball players is difficult and long, especially for children from poor families. The hesitation and confusion in the new environment force young players to learn to grow up and become independent in a difficult environment. These improvements require a lot of support and care behind them in order to keep pace with each passing day. Forced to leave the arms of home After watching "Two Good Balls", I had mixed feelings in my heart, and many images suddenly appeared in my mind. When I recalled the children I tutored in Taitung in the past, most of them had sour stories, especially for the children who played baseball.
The real meaning of coming to the team is not because you want to play, bet. The content is about the difference between a child before and after entering the team. At first, his mother sent him to the team to let him grow up, but because he did not understand group life, he stumbled and stumbled several times along the way, often cried while laundry alone, and his peers also spoke ill of him , and he couldn't understand baseball, which made him almost collapse. Until one day after practice with the ball, the coach told him, "Don't be afraid, be brave! The more afraid you are, the less you can catch it." This sentence Shadow Making completely awakened him and made him start to change. He studied very seriously, even if he was hit by the ball.
No pain, continuous practice and rapid progress. Even when he comes home from vacation, he will help his mother with housework. With a hard-working attitude, he will finally stand on the strike zone and hit the victory point in life. This point coincides with the point of view of "Two Strikes". The role played by Xu Ziqian in the film is just like this coach. I think, more encouragement and praise than abuse and criticism, is the way to go. The most sincere emotion in sports education. More about this source textSource text required for additional translation information Send feedback Side panels