October 2 2009 Softball Newsletter
Male vs. Female Muscle Mass over Time
Are we, as coaches, teaching the best techniques and mechanics to our softball players? Are we using the right tactics and strategies in the game? This article is the first in a series that attempts to answer these questions.
Obstruction in Softball
Understanding the rules of the game is a major responsibility of a head coach. Obstruction and interference, and their penalties and rewards, can change a game in an instant. Knowing how the rules apply, and teaching your team the rules, can win games over the course of the season.
The Dropped Third Strike in Softball
Defending the Dropped Third Strike requires understanding the rule and good communication between the catcher and the first baseman. Striking out a batter and then having her end up on first base is one of the more frustrating things that can happen to a team.
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