Base Running Drill "“ Coaches choose two groups of players, as equally as possible based on speed. One group of players begins at second base, while the other group begins at home plate. On the coaches "go" command, the first player in each group takes off and circles the bases in a relay race. Once a player circles and touches the base, the next player takes off with the winning team being the first to have all players circle the bases.
This base running drill serves a number of purposes.
Of course, coaches can have two team players choose teams as they usually know the fastest runners. Combining fun competition, as with this rounding bases drill, with the correct way to round the bases the most efficient way, helps teams win games.
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