As with teaching most things there is "no one way fits all," when it comes to coaching youth baseball. There are alternate coaching styles that get results. Baseball is a game of repetition, where skills must be continually practiced for gradual improvement and team success. Many coaches rightly break players into groups to work on different aspects of the game as hitting, fielding, pitching, and base running, in order to get that repetitive work in. Additionally, they practice various game situations like cutoffs and relays, run-downs, bunt plays and double steals.