Category Archives: Softball Hitting Drills

When running softball hitting drills, remember to focus on 6 primary areas: bat selection, grip, batting stance, bat position, trigger, and the swing. This softball hitting drills section contains detailed tips and strategies to improve your team’s hitting.

Softball Hitting & Shadow Bunting


Shadow Bunting: What Is It? Shadow bunting refers to having a backup hitter doing what the on-deck hitter is doing. If you have a lot of kids that you are trying to work on bunting with, you can have your hitter shadowing your on-deck hitter and you can have a second on-deck person shadow bunting…

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Partner Toss Hitting Drill

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In the following hitting drill sequence, we are going to demonstrate how you can include a partner who is going to toss the ball to the hitter. Now the batter has to read the ball coming up into the zone. Video Demonstration Timing is going to come into place in this hitting drill – the…

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Softball Hitting: Hitting the Inside Pitch

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You can use the double tee to work on the inside zone of the pitch, or hitting the Inside Pitch.  In this softball hitting drill using the double tee, the tee closest to the hitter is placed right around the middle of the plate. The taller tee is placed out in front to bring contact…

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Softball Hitting: Hitting The Outside Pitch

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A quick tip on hitting the outside pitch is you have to let it get deeper into the zone. This will give you more power behind it and you can drive it hard to right field. Pitchers throw to this area because it’s harder to make contact (further away from the eyes) and more difficult…

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High Low Hitting Drill

high low hitting drill

This double tee hitting drill focuses on keeping the club head nice and high until the batter gets ready to make contact. It is important that the barrel stays higher than the hands throughout the swing. If the batter dips, drops their hands or has a lazy back wrist, the club head will hit the…

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