Overlooked Fundamentals That Win Softball Games Part 2 – Melissa Frost-Fisher

This week is part 2 of session on Overlooked Fundamentals That Win Softball Games by Coach Melissa Frost-Fisher. Produced By Gary Leland

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This week we bring you part two of Melissa Frost-Fisher’s clinic from SoftballCon. Melissa talks about overlooked fastpitch softball fundamentals that win games. These things that every coach can take back to their practices. Melissa continues to break down each fastpitch softball player’s role on the field and tips to selling a tag, player positioning for effective fielding and so much more. She focuses on strategies for the short stop and second baseman on how to effectively make a double play.

Melissa breaks down foot work, fielding and important strategies that will keep your players on their toes to make plays that get outs. She also give tips for outfielders on how to anticipate errors that will put them in position to make the outs. This is a crucial episode for coaches to help make their players more effective on the softball field whether fielding, pitching or running.

Join us for this week’s episode of Fastpitch TV for the most fastpitch softball training tips found in one episode. You won’t want to miss it!

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