This bunting drill is used by a team that has a good bunter at the plate and a pitcher who has thrown a high percentage of strikes.
- The runner is going to break as the pitcher’s front foot touches the ground.
- If the ball is bunted safely on the ground, the runner scores easily.
- The batter is going to square as the pitcher reaches his point of release.
- Therefore, the pitcher cannot change direction of the pitch.
- The bunter must get the ball down and must bunt any pitch regardless of its location.
- He should not be concerned with trying to place the bunt, but merely bunt the ball in fair territory.
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