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Get Close: Your Eyes and the Tag Play

I remember having some trouble with tag plays, mainly on a steal at second base, and mainly after getting to Double A, where we worked three-man instead of two-man. This meant I was much closer to the tag play at second, and it was a tough adjustment… until a good partner let me know what was going on. First my partner made a good observation: in two-man, when I was farther away, I was probably…

I remember having some trouble with tag plays, mainly on a steal at second base, and mainly after getting to Double A, where we worked three-man instead of two-man. This meant I was much closer to the tag play at second, and it was a tough adjustment… until a good partner let me know what was going on. First my partner made a good observation: in two-man, when I was farther away, I was probably…

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...and then all you are turning when the ball comes by is your head. The play won’t ‘blow up on you’ if you do this.”

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