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Base Running / 5 Ways to Be an Aggressive Base Runner

by Jim Riggleman

Jim Riggleman was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in 1974 out of Frostburg State University. Riggleman was an infielder and outfielder for the Los Angeles Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals organizations from 1974-1981. After his playing career ended, Jim managed in the Cardinals and San Diego Padres minor league systems until 1992 when he became the San Diego Padres manager. Riggleman managed the Padres, Chicago Cubs, Seattle Mariners and the Washington Nationals from 1992-2011, and was a major league coach with the Dodgers, Mariners and Nationals between his major league coaching stints. In 2014, Riggleman was the manager of the Louisville Bats, the Class AAA affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds organization.

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Former Big League Manager Jim Riggleman discusses the different ways we can be aggressive as a base runner in this video tip. As a base runner on second base with no outs, the good hitters are going to be trying to hit the ball to the right side of the field so you can advance to third base with less than 2 outs, but this doesn't always get accomplished. Coach Riggleman has a series of situations where we as base runners can take advantage and move up ourselves, even if the hitter doesn't get the job done for us.
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