The throwing series baseball drills listed below are a way of breaking up the act of throwing into manageable pieces that players can work on. You may want to work on these baseball drills one at a time or as a group. Once you feel confident that the players understand each baseball drill, you can work them into stations as part of rotation defensive practice.
Wrist/Elbow (Throwing Series - Part 1)
One Knee (Throwing Series - Part 2)
Stationary (Throwing Series - Part 3)
Step and Throw (Throwing Series - Part 4)
Shuffle Throwing (Throwing Series - Part 5)
Workup Game (Throwing Series - Combined)
If you would like some tips on how to implement your youth baseball drills during practice, please visit our Baseball Drills - Coaching Tips page. It's important to remember that baseball practice drills can get somewhat monotonous if your not careful. Try to turn drills into fun games and competitions whenever possible. Not only will the kids enjoy it more, they'll also work harder at the skill.