NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Confidence is certainly high with most pro ballplayers. But what about when things don’t go as planned?
How do they overcome their insecurities on the field, and can we learn from them?READ MORE: Retired FDNY Firefighter Suffering From 9/11-Related Illness In Need Of Lifesaving Bone Marrow Transplant
To answer that, CBS2’s Steve Overmyer recently spoke with Rick Peterson. He’s spent more than 30 years as a coach in baseball — six of those as the Mets pitching coach.READ MORE: Harlem Man Arrested After Allegedly Punching Woman, Striking 5-Year-Old Child
He’s written a new book called “Crunch Time: How to be Your Best When it Matters Most,” where he talks about how overcoming stress can be helped by what Rick calls “re-framing.”MORE NEWS: New York Judge Suspends Father's Visitation Rights With Daughter Unless He Gets COVID Vaccine Or Subjects To Weekly Testing