I find that the traditional [tag]drills[/tag] for [tag]official little league baseball[/tag] can get a bit stale. Here’s a [tag]baseball[/tag] [tag]drill[/tag] from Sam that livens things up quite a bit in practices.
Here’s one my [tag]throwing[/tag] drills:
Have the team line up in a straight line say 4 on each line, about 25-35 feet apart.
With the ball starting at one end turning properly (glove side) step and throw properly to the partner behind them till the ball gets to the end.
Then back up 40-50 feet or whatever you’d like to work on.
After throwing the ball in this direction start the ball on the other end and [tag]throw[/tag] in the other direction. The player on the end must [tag]catch[/tag] the ball turn and make a tag then come up throwing to the next player continuing the throwing down and back the line racing against the other lines.
Winner doesn’t have to run sprints, bases or whatever way to reward them. Then next practice switch partners in different lines.