When players are younger, the less talented players are put in the outfield. Consequently, players do not work on the finer points of outfield play. Coach Anderson begins with glove selection. The main thing is choosing a glove that you can handle and has a "feel." Among other things, a good center field knows how to control other outfielders and has the ability to read and track the ball as it leaves the bat and catch it. Anderson plugs in footage of his players' reaction to the ball in practice. He breaks down his pre-practice routine, which starts with running and stretching, followed by long toss progression and position specific catches. Drills shown help develop the skill of catching a ball in various situations. Anderson leads his players through stance and positioning while demonstrating his progression drills.
30 minutes. 2008.
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I would't recommend this video, not much information for good drills
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