Baserunning advice for coaches from youth to adult…Taught with a very simple acronym.  

Knowing the very simple acronym BOSO will make you a much better baserunner Baserunning – BOSO B – Ball? Where is it? O – Outs? How many? S – Strikes? How many? O – Outfielders? Where are they? <ahref=”https://www.bloglovin.com/blog/18482931/?claim=nn3h8qvzv85″>Follow my blog with Bloglovin Advertisements

What pitch do you throw/call with the game on the line? Why?

Some possible correct answers: 1-Your pitchers best pitch 2-Pitchers best pitch and having the confidence in that pitcher to throw it at any count! 3-A 3-2 deuce 4-Play the percentages. Stick with the fastball. A good hitter gets out 7 out of 10 times. It’s when you try to get fancy that you make a…

As a hitter, what pitch do you look for with the game on the line?

Some possible correct answers: 1-Fast ball 2-The first pitch that leaves his hand…That I am absolutely sure I can handle.              Next = Put a good swing on it.                    Next = Annihilation.                  …

Warning Stickers on Baseball Bats…I Love It!

How appropriate is this?  I found this sticker on my fungo bat this am! Hahahahaha…Love it!   Side note: Little does this company know…That sticker is certainly not true for all that handle these bats…BUT…It IS definitely that dangerous and then some in this guy’s hands! -Corey Twigg <ahref=”https://www.bloglovin.com/blog/18482931/?claim=nn3h8qvzv85″>Follow my blog with Bloglovin

The Relay Throwing Drill for Baseball…The Cut-Off Baseball Drill…Learning How to Use the Cut-Off Man in baseball

Baseball Drills: This drill is mainly used for learning the proper way to complete the single or double cut-off in baseball. This drill is for the defense, and can utilize the entire TEAM at different points. Please feel free to add in other ideas, steps, or contests and fun. You should have already taught throwing,…

Dugout Rules for Baseball…Youth, High School, College…”Rules for the Dugout”

Dugout Rules -Coach Corey Twigg 1 – Players and coaches ONLY in the dugout and general dugout area – Parents will drop off drinks and snacks before the game so that they are not bothering the players or the coaches during the game 2 – Bats – Should not be swung in or right around…