Produced by http://Fastpitch.TV - This interview with softball coach Bob Brock he tells about how he got into coaching and his story behind his coaching career. You can purchase bats at http://SoftballJunk.com Brock started his career by coaching at Baylor in 1979. He now has almost 1000 wins and is still coaching today at Sam Houston State. He has coached softball at many different schools and has been successful at them all. He has won three national championships at A&M and came really close multiple times. Brock used to play fastpitch softball himself before it became a more of a girls sport and without playing fastpitch when he was younger, he would have never became a college softball coach. He has brought up multiple softball programs to make them more successful teams as a whole. Brock's biggest hint to other coaches is to learn the different strategies to pitching so that you can help the pitchers because the more a coach knows about pitching the more of an edge a coach would have to make a winning team. Brock's most memorable moment was his 1987 national championship. In his words it was a very excited and successful team and he was very proud of that team and how talented they were. That softball team sticks in his mind a lot when he thinks of his coaching career. You can view Brock's bio and http://SoftballCoaches.com Sponsored by SoftballJunk.com Sign up for our newsletter at http://Fastpitch.TV/newsletter LINKS OF INTEREST http://Fastpitch.TV/Twitter http://Fastpitch.TV/Pinterest http://Fastpitch.TV/Facebook http://Fastpitch.TV/Instagram . http://Fastpitch.TV/GooglePlus . http://Fastpitch.TV/YouTube This content is provided with a Creative Commons Share-Alike License. Feel free to use this content, so long as you give credit to Gary Leland, of Fastpitch.TV and link to http://Fastpitch.TV Gary leland is a new media producer of fastpitch softball. information. For advertising information send him an email to Gary@Fastpitch.TV, or visit his personal website site at http://GaryLeland.com for more information on Gary.