Category Archives: Softball Defensive Drills

In this section you’ll find softball defensive drills for all the positions on your team. You’ll also discover softball defensive drills for specific game situations.

“Find The Fence” Softball Fielding Drill

You should ensure that your outfielders are comfortable playing the fence. Maybe they’re playing a foul ball fence, or maybe they’re playing a home run fence. But how do they do that?  In today’s video blog post, we are demonstrating a great softball fielding drill to help you work on this important technique. It’s called…

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3 Softball Fielding Drills to Master Lateral Movement!

When working on softball fielding techniques, it’s important to include drills that work on lateral movement and pushing your fielders to the left or right.  This is a great skill buillder because you have to focus on pivoting while fielding, with both the left foot and the right foot forward. This is important because you…

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3 Fantastic Catcher Drills for Softball!

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Even for the fan that walks up and watches a fast pitch softball game for the very first time, it’s easy to see how important the catcher is. What seems like a very simplistic position is, in fact, very complex. But very few people understand the complex training that it takes to develop a great…

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4 Corner Catch & Throw Drill

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Drill Type: Catch & Throw Drill Purpose This multi-skill defensive drill teaches players many skills within the same drill!  Flat mitts are recommended, but you can do this drill with regular mitts as well. Set Up Set up 4 players roughly 20′ apart from each other in shape of a square (they are the corners).…

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Softball Catcher “Power Pack” for Skill Development!

POWER PACK SOFTBALL CATCHING

Even for the fan that walks up and watches a fast pitch softball game for the very first time, it’s easy to see how important the softball catcher is. What seems like a very simplistic position is, in fact, very complex. But very few people understand the complex training that it takes to develop a…

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