Outfield Play: The Defense’s Secondary

by Bob Morgan
Outfield Play: The Defense’s Secondary


Bob Morgan's "Outfield Play: The Defense's Secondary" is a must have resource for coaches and athletes who want to better understand the critical factors involved in fundamentally solid outfield play. These coaching videos discuss the crucial components for the last line of defense including throwing grip, stance, creep steps, and proper techniques and footwork for catching the baseball. It also reviews routes to the ball, playing the fence, and fielding a ground balls with no one on base and men on base. In addition, the course covers how outfielders should play hitters, as well as presenting several drills that coaches can incorporate into their team's practice schedule to develop their outfielders. 

Topics covered include:

  • Stance & creep steps
  • Focus on the batter
  • Catching drills
  • Inside/outside routes
  • Catching at the fence
  • Catching the ball off the wall
  • Throwing the baseball
  • Blocking the ball & do-or-die
  • Playing the hitters

  • Drills


The Coach


Bob Morgan

Indiana Head Baseball Coach


Former head baseball coach at Indiana University Bob Morgan directed the IU Hooiser’s  program for 22 seasons. Morgan led his teams during the course of his career to a 1,070-586-6 (.646) record—one of 30 NCAA Division I baseball coaches in history with 1,000 career victories. A part of the most respected coaches in the game, Morgan is a 1969 graduate of Ohio University, where he earned three letters as a pitcher for the Bobcats.

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Caterory: Baseball/Fielding