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In the game of T-ball, I believe one of the most underrated and neglected aspects of the game is baserunning. When it comes to games, baserunning is often the difference in whether teams win or lose games. I would say that over 50% of the outs recorded could have been avoided with proper baserunning. Yet, I don’t think coaches spend much time on it because it’s a difficult and frustrating skill to teach 5 & 6 year olds. And the generic “run around the bases” after practice doesn’t help much because it’s not simulating the game situation and most T-ball kids run station to station on each hit. The first important thing a kid needs to understand is how to get a good jump. And this is probably the easiest part of baserunning to teach. This drill will teach the kids how to get a good jump, taking off on the swing of the bat.