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Throwing Accuracy Tip

To help your players be much more accurate with their throws teach your players to always point the instep of their throwing-side foot (right foot for righthanded throwers and left foot for lefthanded throwers) at their target as they begin...

 

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Rundowns

Rundowns occur at different times throughout the season and our teams could really benefit from being better at them. Here are a few tips on how to improve your Rundows: Always follow your throw (instead of backpeddling to where you came...

 

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Catching – Throwing

Catchers spend most of their time throwing to players that are on the move hustling to cover a base in time to catch the ball and make the tag. To help your catchers with this idea of throwing to a...

 

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How a Trashcan Will Improve Your Defense

Discover how the lowly trashcan will improve your defense, by helping to create throwing lanes. From doubleplays to bunts, fielders have to make plays by throwing around runners. While this isn’t easy, it’s now easier to practice using a simple trashcan. Middle...

 

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Fielding – Fielding and Receiving

To help your players do a better job of fielding groundballs, receiving throws and making quicker throws have them practice keeping their eyebrows level at all times. Whenever your players are fielding or catching a ball if their eyebrows stay...

 

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Fielding – Backhand Toss

Whenever your players have a short distance toss close to a base and the base is on their throwing-hand side, they'll need to use a backhand toss. An important key for this toss includes staying close to the ground by...

 

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Double Play Practice

The first out of a double play is THE most important out! To help make sure your players execute more successful double plays have your players practice feeding the ball at an upward angle toward the player that’s receiving...

 

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