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Effective Offensive Drills
"SECOND TO THIRD DRILL
Goal: Understand how and when to move from second base to third base.
Drill: With the complete infield and a runner at second, the coach hits
ground balls between third and short stop. The runner decides, depending upon
the location of the ground ball, whether to advance to third. The coach varies
the drill by hitting slower ground balls and line drives mixed in with the
"How To Play Better Softball"
Goal: Teach the hitters to bunt to a specific
Drill: Place buckets or targets on the third base line, straight toward the
pitcher's mound and up the first base line. The hitters bunt the ball Drills
from a pitcher throwing Drills from the stretch to a specific bucket. This drill
can be run as a contest for the players."
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In this 8 panel brochure, Softball Parents, Developmental League
Coaches and Self-Coached Players discover ways to develop an offensive presence
with these offensive drills ...
base stealing drills,
taking extra base drills,
drills for hitting in special situations,
that professional coaches use to teach their players.
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