Monthly Archives: November 2018

Coaching Baseball iBook

When coaching baseball, there are 5 distinct defensive situations, get the high percentage out, bunt-double play, prevent the double, do or die, and make sure of 1. The more experience players have in each situation the more likely they will react appropriately. In this regard, situation scrimmages, as described in the iBook, Practice Baseball to […]

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Coaching Baseball – iBook

When coaching baseball, if you have the ibook, Practice Baseball to win, on your tablet, you can show skilled players doing the drills like this that you want to practice. #practicebaseballtowin.com

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Coaching Baseball Practice

When coaching baseball, practice, in order to keep players interested and motivated must be fast paced and meaningful. A variety of drills like this excerpt from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, that should last no more than 10 minutes, go a long way toward producing a well-coached team.

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Baseball Practice Plans

When planning baseball practice, get more done in the group work portion of your baseball practice by combining drills like this from the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, will keep more players active. Standing in line needs to be kept to a minimum.

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Coaching Baseball – Play Catch

When coaching baseball, keep in mind that when learning a physical skill, repetition is the key to making the movements a habit, so working as many repetitions into the practice makes sense. The problem is making sure, as much as you can, that the reps are what you want. Playing catch is no exception and […]

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Coaching Baseball Hitting

When coaching baseball, batting tee’s are useful not only for teaching mechanics, but also for the player to learn where the ball has to be for him to hit it hard. So, to make the tee more useful, move the ball around in the strike zone and even a bit out of it to practice […]

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Coaching Baseball iBook

When coaching baseball it is important to establish who takes a pop up? This play can lead to embarrassment or worse, serious injury. The basic key is that the player who lines up the greatest distance from the plate takes charge and handles the play. For example the 3rd baseman lines up farther from the […]

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Coaching Baseball Base Running

When coaching Baseball base running, the question of when to tag up needs to be addressed. In the recent World Series a mistake could have been game changing. With the bases loaded a medium fly ball to center resulted in a close play at the plate. The basic, one tag all tag, rule was violated […]

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Practice Baseball iBook

The practice plans outlined in the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, phase 3, group work, includes drills like this designed to get keep more players active and get more done with the allotted time.

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Practice Baseball iBook

The idea behind the iBook, Practice Baseball to Win, available in the Apple book store, is that a coach can take video of an exercise, like hitting off of a tee one handed, planned for practice, and show skilled players demonstrating the drill.

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