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Bang the Bucket – Throwing Drill

Do you feel like your team practices throwing all the time only to lose games because they can’t throw? Discover how this Bang the Bucket Drill will reinforce accuracy instead of simply release. Throwing a ball involves more than simply releasing...

 

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How to Get More Tag Outs

Tagging runners out might seem like it has everything to do with the throw. But, you might be surprised to learn there’s a secret in how you make the tag. There’s actually an art to the way your infielders receive a...

 

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1-2-3-4 Scrimmage

This modified scrimmage creates competition while challenging your players to rise to the occasion and get it done, now! Check out how. Create a game-like situation that forces your players to rise to the occasion by taking away all their “do-overs”...

 

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Confidence Cleats

Getting players to believe in themselves can be tough, especially during a game. That’s why confidence cleats can really help. It’s super challenging for players to keep that “one” key reminder, or phrase in their head during the chaos of a...

 

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3 Tips for Young Catchers

While catchers don’t seem to get a lot of coaching, they are HUGELY important to the outcome of a game. A great catcher helps make a great pitcher so discover 3 things to improve your catcher today! Catching involves lots of...

 

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Catching – Framing

To help your catchers improve their framing have them work on catching the "outside" part of the ball. Start them with their glove off and just working on hand position to the ball from a short distance using easy tosses...

 

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Catcher or Firstbase

If the ball keeps popping out of your catcher's or 1st Baseman's glove it's because they're squeezing their hand as the ball comes into the glove instead of letting the ball simply enter the glove on the pitch or the...

 

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Catching – Catching

"Invite the pitch" is a great way to think about how a catcher should set up for a pitcher. Everything the catcher does from her body positioning to how she holds her glove should be to help "invite the pitch"...

 

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