UL Ragin' Cajuns Baseball head coach Tony Robichaux is known for being an amazing coach and mentor. He's also known for his speeches. During a recent press conference, when answering a question, he explains the problem with what he calls "Daddy Ball" and its effects on baseball. It's been re-tweeted over 2,000 times so far.

As Robichaux explains, "Daddy Ball" in his opinion paints an unrealistic picture of how baseball, sports and basically life really works. He explains with select youth baseball, kids don't sit the bench. That's not how real sports works, so later in life kids quit playing because they have to sit the bench.

What do you think? Do you agree with coach Robichaux?