Category Archives: Baseball Drills

Baseball drills typically fit into 4 basic categories: hitting, fielding, pitching, and baserunning. An effective coach must look hard at the needs of his team and choose baseball drills that will improve the strengths and shore up their weaknesses.

Baseball Drills for Hitting with Speed and Power

Welcome to our hitting workout complete with baseball drills, fundamentals, and techniques that you need to become a better hitter in a ballgame. Bat Behind the Back Baseball Drill Hitting begins below the waist, and if we can get our lower half started and keep our upper body intact, we’ve got a great chance not…

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Tips for the Perfect Hitting Stance! (PLUS Video Drill!)

HITTING STANCE 3

Today, we are sharing some tips to achieving the perfect hitting stance, as well as an awesome mirror drill that you can use to ensure you are executing proper hitting stance mechanics. When you’re talking about hitting, your stance is the only part of the swing that the pitcher does not have impact upon. Pitchers…

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“Charge The Ball” Fielding Drill

charge the ball fielding drill

This fielding drill demonstrates the correct technique to use when a runner is on base. When there is a man on 2nd base and there’s a ground ball hit out to the outfielder, the fielder has to come to the ball with his glove out to the side of his foot, right into a crow…

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Baseball Fielding: Fielding Down 1st and 3rd Base Lines

BASEBALL FIELDING BASELINES

In this baseball fielding drill, we’re going to work on fielding the ball down the third base and first base lines. The ball is going to be considered “non-moving”, and we’re going to work on using the bare hand. It’s very important to practice fielding in this method from both the first and third base…

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Baseball Fielding: 3 Agility Drills for Outfielders

baseball fielding 3 agility drills

As a baseball player, you have to work continually to develop your fielding skills. Good fielding requires a combination of mobility, speed, agility and ball-handling skills. Most players field countless grounders or fly balls to practice and perfect their skills, but the other important components of fielding – like agility and footwork – cannot be…

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