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Learn how to prefrom the wall drill in order to improve you catching skills.
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What we want to do is we want to find a wall. We just pick back to the dugout you can pick a wall at home, a school building. Where ever you are not-tearing thing up, the sides of an old barn, what ever you like and work them off the wall. To the last time we do is get about 10 feet away from the wall, I am going to stand right behind him, and when I throw the ball I am going call ball.
Any ball that goes to Tom’s right, I want him to back in, any ball to his left he has to slide his feet and take forehand. We want him to start out low, go ahead Tom get ready, he is starting low with his hand separate. If he does not do that he is not going to be able to feel to any of these.
Here we go, ready? Ball, if you can a real bouncy ball it will come off that wall in a hurry. Ball, okay, back hand on that ball to the right, back hand. Ready, ball. Good hands, see I cradled it in. Ball, good. See I moved his feet, hands ball came right up and he went right up with it.
Do get a little tougher now, ball, and good. A little over player and Adam here, we are all going to make him work just a little bit harder again, anything to the back hand side to the right for him we want to take it. Be light on your feet, here we go, ready, ball. Good, see how he cradled that ball-.this is just like a short hop or a tough ground ball, ball, stay down. Ready, ball. You did not have a goal glove competition with this, line up your entire team, if you drop the ball Bob would hit the ground you are out. You go and take out one person left, ready, ball. Good, see I moved his feet.