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Batting Tips

Frame of Mind
When you are ready to step into the batter's box, be confident! You should feel balanced and relaxed. As you step into the batters box, do it with a sense of determination and focus. Set yourself by digging in with your back foot to gain good footing and balance. Demonstrate to the pitcher that you are ready to play.

Depth in Box

To set your feet at the proper depth each time, place your right toe on the back corner of the plate, then your left toe behind your right heel. Finally, step back with your right foot to establish a proper distance and depth (for left-handed batters, do the opposite). How far back you stand in the box is a matter of personal preference. Standing deeper allows more time for pitchers who pitch fast, but it may be tougher to hit a breaking ball type of pitch that sinks out in front.


Position from Plate
The first thing to do when stepping into the batter's box is to find the proper place to place your feet. Make sure you are not too close to or too far from the plate. Touch your bat across the plate to find if you can cover an outside pitch. Your bat should touch the same place each time you step into the box.


Batting Stance
The type of stance you use is up to you. Many successful batters have very different stances. However, a balanced stance with your feet square to the plate provides you the best position to properly uncork a good swing. Allow enough room to take a good 6-8 inch step toward the pitcher as you begin swing.




Baseball Statistics Abbreviations
  

Baseball Statistics Abbreviations

Hitting Stats

Pitching Stats

Fielding Stats

G - Game Played

G - Games Pitched

G - Games Played

GS - Game Started

GS - Games Started

GS - Games Started

AB - Official At-Bats

IP - Innings Pitched

INN - Innings Played

R - Runs Scored

1/3 - 1/3 Innings Pitched

TC - Total Chances

1B - Singles

R - Runs Allowed

PO - Putouts

2B - Doubles

ER - Earned Runs Allowed

A - Assists

3B - Triples

H - Hits Allowed

E - Errors

HR - Home Runs

BB - Walks

FPct - Field Pct

RBI - Runs Batted In

HB - Hit Batter

DP - Double Plays

BB - Walks

IBB - Intentional Walks

PB - Passed Balls

K - Strikeouts

K - Strikeouts

CS - Runners Caught Stealing

HBP - Hit By Pitch

CG - Complete Game

SB - Stolen Bases Allowed

IBB - Intentional Walk

W - Win

 

SB - Stolen Base

L - Loss

 

CS - Caught Stealing

S - Save

 

SH - Sacrifice Bunts

HLD - Hold

 

SF - Sacrifice Flies

BS - Blown Save

 

DP - Double Plays Hit Into

ERA - Earned Run Average

 

LOB - Runners Left on Base

PT - Pitches Thrown

 

AVG - Batting Average

BT - Balls

 

SLG - Slugging Percentage

ST - Strikes

 

OBP - On Base Percentage

SB - Stolen Bases Allowed

 

TB - Total Bases

CS - Caught Stealing

 

 

WP - Wild Pitches

 



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Infield Skills

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Shortstop Tasks and Tips

3rd Base Tasks and Tips

Pitching Fundamentals

How to Keep Score

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Proper Sliding

How To Avoid A Late Swing

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