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Corrin O’Neil <br />Demonstrate Infield and Outfield Tactical Movements<br />
Practice<br />In order to be good at a sport it takes practice.<br />In practice, you learn the basic fundamentals.<br /> ...
Pitching <br />The pitching style is called the windmill.<br />The pitcher winds up like a windmill.<br />explodes with th...
Hitting The Ball<br />Stand with your feet shoulders width apart.<br />Hold the bat upright and tilted a little bit.<br />...
Catching The Ball<br />Ready position.<br />Knees bent and  feet shoulder width apart.<br />Wait for ball to be hit.<br />...
Getting Batter Out<br />Three ways this can happen<br />1. the pitcher strikes the batter out<br />2.Foul ball and someone...
Getting On Base<br />Three ways this can happen<br />1. ground ball or fly out<br />2. batter gets hit with the ball<br />...
Moving The Runner<br />Runner can move in a number of ways<br />When the ball is grounded<br />When there is a wild pitch<...
Sliding <br />Slide feet first or head first<br />Feet first is more common<br />Run fast and drop down<br />A few feet fr...
Advancing to Next Base <br />This can happen by stealing<br />A lead after the pitcher throws <br />Sprint and slide to th...
Preventing Scoring<br />This is the defenses job<br />By pitching an amazing game<br />Fielding all balls that come to you...
Scoring<br />This is the offenses main job<br />A batter can hit a homerun<br />Offense can be powerful hitters<br />Defen...
Fly ball Approach<br />Ready position and the eyes on ball<br />The first step is backwards<br />Find the ball and make ad...
Defending Object<br />This means to defend the ball<br />If ball is hit to you use knowledge<br />catch the ball if its th...
Defending Bases<br />When someone is stealing a base<br />Someone steals second short covers<br />When someone steals thir...
Communicating <br />Crucial in any sport <br />Communicate with how many outs<br />Which base to throw to<br />Saying “goo...
Works Cited <br />Jon Marshall, Softball Pitcher, May 23, 2010, Attribution.<br />Matthew Romack, Batter Up, February 28, ...
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Demonstrate infield and outfield tactical movements

  1. 1. Corrin O’Neil <br />Demonstrate Infield and Outfield Tactical Movements<br />
  2. 2. Practice<br />In order to be good at a sport it takes practice.<br />In practice, you learn the basic fundamentals.<br /> Grounding balls, catching, throwing, and batting.<br />Practice makes perfect.<br />
  3. 3. Pitching <br />The pitching style is called the windmill.<br />The pitcher winds up like a windmill.<br />explodes with their back leg.<br />The pitcher’s mound is located 40 feet from home plate.<br />The pitcher’s mound will soon go back three feet.<br />The pitchers are too fast for the batters.<br />
  4. 4. Hitting The Ball<br />Stand with your feet shoulders width apart.<br />Hold the bat upright and tilted a little bit.<br />The batter should have their chin touching their left or right shoulder <br />Depending on which direction they bat and focus on the ball and pitcher.<br />The batter will want to take a slight step forward.<br />Their eyes should be on the ball to allow for contact.<br />
  5. 5. Catching The Ball<br />Ready position.<br />Knees bent and feet shoulder width apart.<br />Wait for ball to be hit.<br />Find the base you are defending.<br />Extend your gloved hand out.<br />Squeeze the ball and cover.<br />
  6. 6. Getting Batter Out<br />Three ways this can happen<br />1. the pitcher strikes the batter out<br />2.Foul ball and someone catches it<br />3. catcher drops the ball and throws to first.<br />
  7. 7. Getting On Base<br />Three ways this can happen<br />1. ground ball or fly out<br />2. batter gets hit with the ball<br />3. pitcher throws four balls<br />
  8. 8. Moving The Runner<br />Runner can move in a number of ways<br />When the ball is grounded<br />When there is a wild pitch<br />When stealing a base<br />Ball is hit to outfield <br />When there is a homerun<br />
  9. 9. Sliding <br />Slide feet first or head first<br />Feet first is more common<br />Run fast and drop down<br />A few feet from the base<br />Lean back a little<br />Tuck one foot under leading foot<br />
  10. 10. Advancing to Next Base <br />This can happen by stealing<br />A lead after the pitcher throws <br />Sprint and slide to the next base<br />
  11. 11. Preventing Scoring<br />This is the defenses job<br />By pitching an amazing game<br />Fielding all balls that come to you<br />Catching the balls<br />Catcher not letting anything by<br />
  12. 12. Scoring<br />This is the offenses main job<br />A batter can hit a homerun<br />Offense can be powerful hitters<br />Defense can be off their game<br />Offense can steal a lot of bases<br />
  13. 13. Fly ball Approach<br />Ready position and the eyes on ball<br />The first step is backwards<br />Find the ball and make adjustments<br />Catch ball with glove<br />Throw, hop, and throw to base<br />
  14. 14. Defending Object<br />This means to defend the ball<br />If ball is hit to you use knowledge<br />catch the ball if its thrown to you<br />Never let a ball pass you<br />
  15. 15. Defending Bases<br />When someone is stealing a base<br />Someone steals second short covers<br />When someone steals third, third covers<br />First stays at their bag<br />Second and short switch sometimes<br />Third and catcher stay home<br />
  16. 16. Communicating <br />Crucial in any sport <br />Communicate with how many outs<br />Which base to throw to<br />Saying “good job” to someone<br />Letting someone know they need to pick it up<br />
  17. 17. Works Cited <br />Jon Marshall, Softball Pitcher, May 23, 2010, Attribution.<br />Matthew Romack, Batter Up, February 28, 2008, Attribution.<br />Lazurite, ND softball slide into second, April 15, 2010, Attribution- NODervis License.<br />Mike Tigas, Almost, August 2, 2008, Attribution.<br />

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