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To The Fence Drill For Outfielders

Posted by Coach Bob McCreary on Apr 1st 2019

Today's video tip is the outfielder's footwork of approaching a ball that has been hit to the fence. This can easily be turned into an easy drill for outfielders when your space is limited. I men … read more

How to Score Runs When Your Team Can’t Hit

Posted by Cindy Bristoe on Mar 28th 2019

While we’d all love to have a lineup full of clutch, power-hitters, that isn’t always the case. Hitting can go on vacation, and when it does, you’ve still got to score runs to win games. Here’s your p … read more
Should you swing at the first pitch?

Should you swing at the first pitch?

Posted by Doug Bernier, founder of Pro Baseball Insider.com on Mar 28th 2019

Your first time through the lineup, should you plan to take the first pitch? Or be ready to swing at it? There are many different philosophies on this matter. I will examine some pros and cons to he … read more

How To Decoy Runners On Overthrows

Posted by Coach Bob McCreary on Mar 25th 2019

Today’s video tip is for more advanced infielders. It’s advanced because, as you will see, the player will have to fight their instincts and that is not something you learn to do overnight. … read more

How To Decoy Base Runners

Posted by Coach Bob McCreary on Mar 25th 2019

When I was around 10 years old, my father showed me how major league infielders decoy base runners. I was fascinated. Knowing me, I’m sure I went right outside and starting practicing it. Unfort … read more