Fun Fact: In 1918 Babe Ruth hit a "home run" with a teammate on first base in the bottom of the ninth inning of a tied game. Under the rules of the day, Ruth was credited with a triple.
The outfield mechanics video series teaches the key steps to fielding balls hit to the outfield. Good
outfield play starts before the ball even is pitched. One video explains the "creep step" and the "ready position"
that should occur before you make a play on the ball. After the ball is hit, proper footwork is key to getting
you to the right position for a catch. We describe the proper footwork used to make a catch and throw on balls
hit to the left and to the right of the outfielder.