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Getting Ready to Play HITTING APPROACH KNOW YOURSELF How do you step in the box?
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Defending the diamond Cut-offs and relays Tagging a runner Run-down secrets The perfect pivot Cutoffs and Relays
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Approach Fly Balls Ground Balls Throwing Catching Communication
Backing Up Throwing Mechanics POOR Throwing Mechanics
Approach Ground Balls Fly Balls First base Second base Third base
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Learn about the catchers: STANCE FRAMING SIGNALING
BLOCKING HOME FIELD BUNTS FIELDING POP-UPS
HOLDING RUNNERS ON BEING A LEADER Throwing Mechanics
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Beginning the Windup Breaking the Hands Stride to Plate Landing of Lead Leg
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Throwing Arm Rotation Getting to the Set Position Angling During Stretch
Decisions in Set Position Slide Step from Stretch Pick-offs for Right-handers
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