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Category: Catching
Type: Tip

CATCHER TO SECOND BASE




When making the throw to second base, your right foot (if you are right-handed) should barely move. All that is needed is a slight step, just up and back down, is sufficient to get yourself in the correct position to throw, and it's quicker than taking a step forward, and easier on your arm than just a throw as soon as you get the ball.

Submitted by: David Meacher


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