Catcher Training Clinic Part 4 – Courtney Scott

Fastpitch Softball Catchers Training Clinic Part 4 – Courtney Scott – Produced By Gary Leland

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This week we bring you the 4th and final part of University of Louisville Assistant coach Courtney Scott's Clinic on Catchers.

Fastpitch softball coach Courtney Scott finishes up her fourth and final portion of her catching clinic. Several of the softball coaches express their concern with whether to teach their catchers to call the game. Courtney replies with the answer that it is never too early to teach a catcher to call a game. It teaches them to be more involved in the game as well as keeping the pitcher and catcher more connected during a game.

She also explains the importance of the catcher to be strong in guiding the team. The catcher should have a presence that other teams fear and lead her softball team. As a catcher the team will rely on you to be the backbone for the reason that the catcher is a part of every play on the field.

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  • lizmendez0934

    I completely agree with teaching catchers to learn how to call pitches in games as early as possible! Sometimes the coach would not see what was going on with each batter at the plate and when i was a catcher I had never been given the chance early to call my own pitches to help the team. When I finally got the chance to call the pitches I bonded so much more with my pitcher as well as helped out the team with my own observations of what pitch worked for each batter that stepped up to the plate. I agree with you Courtney!