Throughout sports, psychology is present but none more so than in baseball where failure is one of the biggest aspects of the game. It is the only sport where a player can fail seven out of ten times and still be considered a good player. Ones capability to deal with both the success and failures that often come will determine their on field performance. Players will look at batting averages, ERA’s, fielding percentages, others opinions and often let this influence how they approach future games. For many failure is too much to accept and let it control and effect their abilities on the field. One has to realize that they will not get a hit every time, or get a win, or make every play and just move. They need to learn to zone other voices out and play they game that they are so passionate about. Players from little league to the major leagues struggle with the mental aspect of the game thus diminishing their on field performance, below here are several links to tips to help combat the mind and reach full potential.