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My focus with this website is in providing the best youth baseball coaching information that I can. I want you to become a successful youth baseball coach and just as importantly I want you to enjoy coaching and being part of a team. This website is dedicated to helping you provide the best positive learning environment for your team. While I get a lot of feedback from high school coaches that the site has valuable information for them, the primary intent is to help the youth coach get started on a positive note and continue to improve their coaching ability as they hopefully continue coaching over the years. ˜ Don Edlin - Owner
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Purpose: Fun quick paced game that allows players the opportunity to play many different positions.
Equipment: Game equipment
Setup: Split your team into 2 squads. One will play offense, one defense, just like a regular game. Since each team will be short of a full defensive team, let the defensive players determine how they will set up their defense. We usually go without a pitcher and catcher. No bunting or stealing allowed.
Execution: The name of the game is movement. We play 6 outs per half inning.
The coach will soft toss each pitch to the hitter from the side. The hitter must swing at each pitch.
After each hitter, the defense will rotate one position. We rotate around the infield from 1st to 3rd, then to left field and around to right. The right fielder will then move to first.