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Old 03-11-2010, 07:34 PM   #3
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Are you going to be doing any form of resistance training, say even bodyweight stuff? Or is it all baseball, running, etc?

What is your height and weight? That will help a bit. I know you are very lean, and it probably would do you good to run 300 to 500 calories above maintenance just to help keep your strength and energy up while training for baseball. You definitely don't want to undereat.

As long as you are in good shape - able to run and sprint and all the other activities required of you for the sport - I would be eating more than maintenance. Undereating can cause a strength loss and give you fatigue.

More questions - are you naturally lean, and what are your normal eating habits like?
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