If you are just getting started coaching, or if you are a parent with a player just getting into tee ball, it can be a very rewarding experience, though it can be extremely frustrating. To alleviate that frustration and get the most out of your practices, follow these recommendations for smooth and productive practices.
When talking with coaches, they will tell you that yes, being able to play the game and play it well is important, but there are other factors they are looking for as well. Here are some helpful tips on what coaches are looking for at baseball tryouts.
As a catcher, you need to stay ahead of the competition and regularly practice to stay in shape and hone your skills. To help you stay on top of your game, we've created a list of the top catcher drills you can do alone, whether you are at home, at a park, or on a field.