Immediately get back to base to tag up when the ball is caught.
Go about half way towards home, and wait to see if ball is caught or missed. If missed, you skamper home; if caught, you immediately retreat back to 3B.
Take a safe lead of the base, and wait to see result of play.
Immediately run for home plate.
Look for a pitch to drive.
Expand the strike zone slightly, shorten swing and protect.
Lay down a drag bunt to surpise the defense, who won't be expecting it.
Move slightly away from plate, and look for an inside pitch to pull.
Look for a pitch to hit to right side of the infield.
Look for a pitch to pull to the left side of the infield.
Look for a pitch to drive and get a hit.
Run as hard as you can, and slide head first to the outside of the bag to avoid the tag.
Immediately stop and begin to retreat back towards 1B, hoping to draw a throw or get into a rundown.
Stop drop and roll!
Fieldl the ball and make a strong fake throw to first base, and then immediately check the runner at third, in hopes of catching them off the bag, or attempting to run home.
Scoop up the ball and make a quick underhanded throw to first base to attempt to get the runner out.
Just field the ball and eat it. In other words, live to fight another day.
All runners should immediately get back to their base to tag up when the fly ball is caught.
Runners on 3B, and 2B should immediately tag up, but runner on 1B should go half way to second and wait to see if ball is caught or dropped.
Only the runner at 3B should immediately tag up. Runners on 2B and 1B should both go half way to the next base and wait to see if the ball is caught or dropped.
Hit the pitch, strike or ball, to the right side of the infield, behind the runners.
Swing at the pitch if it is a strike. Take pitch if it is a ball.
Intentionally swing and miss the pitch in order to distract the catcher and give the runners a greater opportunity of stealling 3B and 2B.
Hit the pitch, strike or ball, to the left side of the infield, ahead of the runners.
Go halfway between 2B and 3B, and wait and see what happens to your teammate caught between home and third, before choosing whether to advance to 3B or go back to 2B.
Immediately retreat back to 2B, and stay there, hoping that your teammate can work her way out of the pickle she's in and either score or get back to 3B.
Immediately get yourself to 3B and stay there. Even if your teammate attempts to get back to 3B during the rundown.
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