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Catching & Fielding / First Base Footwork

by Randy Fierbaugh

Randy was drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 5th round of the 1974 MLB Amateur Draft following his graduation from Ashland University. He spent seven years pitching in the Montreal Expos, San Diego Padres and Baltimore Orioles organizations from 1974-1980. Randy, most recently, has been a pitching coach at the high school level in Florida since 2000 where he has mentored over 25 pitchers and players who have gone on to the collegiate and professional level.

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Coach Randy Fierbaugh works with a young player on the footwork needed to be a great first baseman in this video tip. Young first baseman make the mistake of setting up too early anticipating a perfect throw, which we know is not always what comes our way. Being able to set up in front of the bag and expect the bad throw will make you a wall over at first. Great footwork at first base will lead to confident infielders and more outs made.
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