(White Plains, New York)
When a grounder goes through an infielder’s legs, 90% of the time it’s because the glove was NOT out far enough in front of the body. You must get the glove DOWN and out in front of you. It’s called playing “from the ground up.” And don’t ever forget, pretend you are catching an egg and you don’t want it to break. Watch how all the GREAT infielders ease the ball into their glove. Your hand should be like a wet sponge and NOT a stiff piece of wood. More FREE baseball hitting, pitching and fielding tips at http://www.LarryBaseball.com
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