Really?

In situations 2 and 3 you are calling for the 2nd baseman to be involved with a bunt on 3rd baseline. Really?

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by: Dan

If you noticed in the diagram, that is a situation where the second baseman is starting next to the pitcher versus back in her normal position. This is usually because your first baseman may not be quick enough to help with the bunt. If the ball is bunted down first, then the second baseman, who is up, will play the ball. If down third, then pitcher may be the first to get to it, but the second baseman and catcher is also crashing.

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