120 Minutes

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120 Minutes
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Early Activity Wiffle Circle stopwatch 4:20-4:35 timer 15 Minutes
Wiffle Circle is an Early Activity drill that can be run during the 15-minutes prior to practice start time.  It can also be ran as a pre-game drill...Read More
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Wiffle Circle
Warm Up Dyn Warm Up 14U #1 stopwatch 4:35-4:45 timer 10 Minutes
~ SEE "EXECUTION KEYS" BELOW FOR AGE-SPECIFIC SUGGESTION LIST ~ The Dynamic Warm Up is today's warm up routine.  Gone are the days of standing in a...Read More
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Dynamic Warm Up
Early Tagging Up stopwatch 4:45-4:50 timer 5 Minutes
DC recommends running Tagging Up during Early Baserunning.  Use final 4-6 sprints and review tagging up fundamentals. EXECUTION - First athlete jogs...Read More
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Tagging Up
Throwing Throwing Progression stopwatch 4:50-5:00 timer 10 Minutes
Throwing Progression is a series of three drills: Two Knee Catch, One Knee Catch, and Feet in Concrete.  All three are supported in the DC Library with...Read More
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Throwing Progression
Quick Defense One Knee Catch stopwatch 5:00-5:05 timer 5 Minutes
One Knee Catch is a throwing drill typically done as part of the Throwing Progression (a routine to follow while warming the arm up).  Depending on...Read More
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ONe Knee Catch
  WATER BREAK (5min)  
Stations (Groups rotate halfway through block)
3 Step Hitting
stopwatch 5:10-5:25 timer 15 Minutes
3 Step Hitting
Olympics – Hitting
stopwatch 5:25-5:40 timer 15 Minutes
Olympic Hitting
  WATER BREAK (5min)  
Baserunning Home to First stopwatch 5:45-5:55 timer 10 Minutes
Home-to-First coaches the correct way to run through the first base bag.  As part of Baserunning or Conditioning, this drill can be run near the end...Read More
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Home To First
Finish Self-Confidence stopwatch 5:55-6:00 timer 5 Minutes
Self-Confidence Playing to Win vs. Playing Not to Lose The more games you play, the more you will understand the importance of mental toughness. Baseball...Read More
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"The most important quality I look for in a player is accountability. You've got to be accountable for who you are. It's too easy to blame things on someone else."

– Lenny Wilkens (HOF NBA Coach)


  •  The unwillingness to quit, the determination to find a solution, or the desire to complete a task. Get it done!
  •  The effort to get the project or task done when the first, second and third tries all go unsuccessful. Think responsibility 2.0!
  •  The champion holds himself accountable for the performance of the group and finds a way to push everyone towards success and accomplishment. Responsibilities can and will change, accountability does not!