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Outfield - Backing Up

Situations

I've included some situations along with responsibilities of the outfielders. I haven't attempted to include all scenarios, but hopefully this will provide some information to players or coaches who don't know where outfielders should be to properly back up a play. In all situations it's important to realize that an outfielder may be needed in a rundown play. By backing up, the outfielder he has placed himself in a position to help in that situation also.

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Ball Hit To The Left Side Of The Infield

Outfield Backing Up

Left Fielder

Center Fielder

Right fielder

Ball Hit To The Right Side Of The Infield

Outfield Backing Up

Right fielder

Center fielder

Left fielder

 


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