During his tenure as Head Coach at Creighton University, Ed Servais has coached his teams to the highest fielding percentage in the country, with no other Division I team committing as few errors. Creighton has achieved a single-year fielding percentage as high as .984, which is the best in the NCAA aluminum bat era.
In this video, Coach Servais dismisses the labels of "hard" and "soft" hands and shows what's really going on - poor technique vs. proper technique. Servais covers every aspect of fielding, including:
He shares his rapid catch and rapid fire drills that feature two drills to develop footwork on long and short relays, dead ball touch drill, the "Last Two Steps" drill, the "Short Hop Series" that creates proper hand position and keeps the chin down, fielding progression drill, baby gator training glove and no-glove fielding drills, and a timing drill in which coach Servais reveals the precise delivery-time target for beating out college runners.
Raise your team's fielding percentage with an approach proven to develop mastery and that leads to success on game day.
58 minutes. 2011.
Very good video...doesn't cover forehands or backhands...but, highly useful. Use some of the things and have seen some positive results.
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