Take a look at this submission from Lynn. A great example of a [tag]baseball hitting drill[/tag] that can work with all age groups.
A [tag]baseball[/tag] [tag]drill[/tag] I came up with is a [tag]bat control[/tag] drill used on the field.
The 20 Point Hitting Drill
The first part of the drill has 3 [tag]bunting[/tag] zones, 3B, Middle, and 1B. I use tees to divide the area on the field. Each [tag]batter[/tag] gets 3 pitches to get 3 bunts down in each zone (possible 9 points).
Then we move the tees back to the start of the [tag]outfield[/tag] grass. They each get three [tag]pitches[/tag] to hit to the correct zone (stated ahead of the pitch by the coach). This is another 9 points if successful.
Then they get 2 [tag]hit[/tag] and run [tag]swings[/tag] to finish for a possible 20 points. I set a goal for the day like 12 points. If they get it, they get out of some part of conditioning or 5 extra BP cuts, etc.
If helps the [tag]coach[/tag] and the players know who can control their bat in game situations.