Although most baseball coaches are interested in helping their young players become better hitters and often are pretty good at doing that, they aren't necessarily the best communicators in the world. Some of the terminology they use may make perfect sense to them but is quite confusing to young players. Here are some examples of "coach-speak" and other ways of saying those things ...
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I've written about base running errors here before and also provided tips for avoiding these kinds of senseless mistakes that can cost a team a game. Here are some more common sense base running guidelines that coaches can teach their players.