Practice Plans, Drills, Videos & more

Welcome to Baseball Zone

Jody Gerut, Former MLB Player and Sporting News Rookie of the Year, introduces Baseball Zone.

Baseball practice is for teaching fundamental skills and providing the reps needed to master them. The challenge for coaches to find ways to do this with limited time and resources, while helping the players have fun.

Baseball Zone’s interactive Practice Planner makes planning a practice and running fun and effective practices easy. 

From team practice plans to individual skill lessons, Baseball Zone provides everything you need for success on the field. Baseball Zone’s materials were developed by coaches with professional playing experience as well as coaching experience from little league to college baseball. We know what works.

Fun Baseball Drills

To become better as a baseball player, you need to work outside of team practices and games. These fun baseball drills allow your player to get the reps they need to continue to improve while using game challenges to help the player understand their proficiency at a certain skill. Use these fun drills as a way of getting in more work doing baseball drills at home.

Little League Coaching Tips for Pitching

The pitchers are arguably the most important players on any baseball team at any level of play. At the Little League level of play the pitching position can be one that is very challenging for even the most experienced coach to manage. Identifying suitable players to fill pitching positions, developing a pitching staff, and correcting mechanical problems can all give any Little League coach nightmares. Let's try to turn those nightmares into sweet dreams by taking a look at some Little League Coaching Tips for Pitching.

#1 Identifying Players for Pitching Positions

Tips For Better Hitting Approach and Better At Bats

You hear a lot of coaches, myself included, talk to hitters about having an approach at the plate. What this basically means is, have an idea of what you want to do before you step in the batter’s box. I want to go over a few things to let you fully understand what this entails.

Advanced Infielding Skills For Team Defense

Once the infield unit has been identified and players have been assigned specific infield positions, players can practice more advanced skills. Important skills like tagging, covering bases and bunt coverage are often not covered in practices but are important for team defense. Players will need to be coached in both position specific skills as well as team defensive skills.

Infield Basics and Fundamentals

At the Little League level, playing the infield can be a pretty intimidating thought for a lot of young players. A number of different factors make the infield positions very challenging such as decisions having to be made quickly more often than not, having to field very hard hit balls at times, and simply just being closer to where the ball is actually coming off the bat. The ability to properly develop infielders can be just as challenging for a coach. 

Newsletter Signup

Hi! I'm Coach Dan.

Let me show you how to run better practices with my proven practice plans. Read More...

Purchase a Membership
Special Preseason Prices!

Working with young players is a constant challenge. Baseball Zone helps you plan practices quickly, giving you a solid practice plan in no time. These are some of the same drills we used at the major league level.

Mike MacFarlane
Former Catcher
Kansas City Royals
Owner, Mac-N-Seitz Baseball Academy


Baseball Zone is a fundamental but advanced approach to the game of baseball and its endless preparation. This program is as good as there is, the passion shows.

Jim Benedict
Special Assistant to
the General Manager
Pittsburgh Pirates


Baseball Zone's drills and techniques are what every player needs to master to get to the next level.

Lee Driggers
Head Baseball Coach
Wheaton College