The Key to Right Handed 3-6 Double Play Feeds: Efficiency

The double play feed from right handed first baseman is a tough play. I don’t have statistics to back this up but, I’d venture to say that it’s the ground ball least likely to be turned into a double play. Right handed first baseman must field it, align their feet, create a throwing lane and … More The Key to Right Handed 3-6 Double Play Feeds: Efficiency

One “Step” for More Rhythm & Flow Thru the Groundball

Effective infield play is all about rhythm and momentum. Watching infielders with elite rhythm and momentum is like watching poetry in motion. They’re smooth and they flow through the groundball into the throw, and it’s flat out pretty to watch when it’s done properly. Often, when an infielder lacks flow, the main reason is a … More One “Step” for More Rhythm & Flow Thru the Groundball

Fielding Triangle

Ground ball is hit at us. We get outside of the ball, establish great rhythm with our feet, arrive into a textbook fielding position with our right, left, field footwork. It’s at this very moment that the fielding triangle is present. The fielding triangle is a term that refers to the setup of the feet … More Fielding Triangle