By Brian Howell
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Perhaps the most important defensive skill to learn is fielding ground balls. An infielder who knows how to successfully field ground balls can prevent a lot of hits and runs. The first step to being a good fielder is to have no fear. Sometimes, the ball comes very hard and fast at a fielder. She can’t be afraid to get in front of it and make a stop. 32 GIRLS’ SOFTBALL The next step is being in the ready position. This requires a fielder to have her feet square, her eyes on the ball, and her body ready to move in any direction.
She fielded the ball chest high. Then she quickly threw the ball to first base for the last out of the inning. Gibson has made a habit of making great defensive plays to help her team. She has gained a reputation as one of the best defensive infielders in the world. Gibson gives it her all on defense because she knows that making plays with her glove is important for her team. Tennessee and Team USA are glad to have her powerful bat and great glove on their side. “Lauren is the epitome of a ballplayer,” Team USA coach Ken Eriksen said.
In addition, he has written books about sports and history. A native of Colorado, he lives with his wife and four children in his home state.
Girls' Softball by Brian Howell