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Defending Matt Stairs

Topics: Baseball Instruction

This classic baseball instruction video comes from back in 2003 with Cincinnati Reds bench coach, Ray Knight. Reds broadcaster Chris Welsh asks Ray about Pirates slugger Matt Stairs coming to town and how the Reds will try to defend him.  

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Defending the Stole Base

Topics: Baseball Instruction

This classic baseball instruction video comes from back in 2003 with Cincinnati Reds bench coach, Ray Knight. Reds broadcaster Chris Welsh asks Ray how to defend against the stolen base.

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Positioning Outfielders

Topics: Baseball Instruction

This classic baseball instruction video comes from back in 2003 with Cincinnati Reds bench coach, Ray Knight. Reds broadcaster Chris Welsh asks Ray about positioning outfielders and the preparation involved at the big league level to make sure they are in the correct spot.

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Outfield Defense Playing “Straight Away”

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This classic baseball instruction video comes from back in 2003 with Cincinnati Reds bench coach, Ray Knight. Reds broadcaster Chris Welsh asks Ray to explain what it means for an outfield defense to be playing “straight away.”

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Defending Barry Bonds

Topics: Baseball Instruction

This classic baseball instruction video comes from back in 2003 with Cincinnati Reds bench coach, Ray Knight. Reds broadcaster Chris Welsh asks Ray about Barry Bonds coming to town and how the Reds will try to defend him.

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The Math Behind the Stolen Base

Topics: Baseball Instruction, Catcher, Runners, Uncategorized

Numbers often tell the story in baseball. In this video, shot in 1993, Reds Bench Coach, Ray Knight details the numbers behind the stolen base. How long does it take a catcher to catch a pitch and then get the ball to 2B? How fast must a runner get to 2B to be safe 80%…

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Ray Knight Details Barry Bonds Defensive Shift in 1993

Topics: Baseball Instruction, Fielding
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