with Loren Hibbs,
University of NCCharlotte Head Coach
Coach Hibbs knows that baserunning is a major piece of maintaining a successful baseball program. The goal is to maximize on base opportunities by stretching an extra base out of many situations. He begins with instruction on running from home plate. The teaching point is to make the transition from hitter to base runner as quickly as possible. The dynamics of baserunning changes when the runner is on first base. Hibbs breaks down the strategies involved in running from first and teaches how to get to second and third base. The lead is also a crucial element in running from first and second. Many strategies are introduced for running from third base. Hibbs covers tag plays by examining many different running situations. Once around the bases, Hibbs concludes by taking a look at drills and game situations.
61 minutes. 2008.