I've tried using tee work to convey that when hitting the outside pitch you must let it get further along in it's path and make contact deeper in the strike zone. But a lot of my kids can't seem to wait and throw their hands out and end up almost getting around on the outside pitch; which usually results in a weak grounder up the middle or to short.
Does anyone have a good drill to impress the idea of waiting and taking the pitch the opposite way upon the players?
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