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​Coach and League Resources

Take advantage of these resources to let your players, parents, or coaches know about the features and benefits of the free app.

Informational Flier

Click here for a PDF of an informational handout, containing app highlights, screen shots, and more. Feel free to print or email this informational sheet to coaches, league officials, parents, or players.

Email Communication

For a convenient way to get the word out, simply copy and paste the following text into an email that you can send to your baseball contacts:

The 5-Tool Trainer mobile app from UPMC Sports Medicine helps baseball players to improve and track their performance in five specific areas, while taking the right steps to stay healthy. Inspired by the “Five-Tool Player” evaluation system used by baseball scouts, this free, first-of-its-kind product uses UPMC Sports Medicine expertise to educate players, coaches, and parents, prevent injuries, and analyze stats.

Click here to learn more and how to download the free app.

Shareable Graphic

If you'd like to promote the 5-Tool Trainer in your league newsletter, website, or social media pages,  click on the thumbnail to download this shareable graphic. Also, use the short description above to go along with the image.



Click here to download the app in iTunes.

Click here to download the app on Google Play (for Android devices).


Do you have a question or need help with this app?

Submit your email to and someone will get back to by the next business day.

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