Heads-Up: The 50 Most High-Risk Baseball Activities, With Safety Plans to Implement at Practice and Games

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Darren Gurney
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The acronym HEADS-UP should be implemented by coaches to tell players how to avoid a variety of safety hazards in baseball:

  • Helmets on
  • Eyes on the ball
  • Anticipate overthrows
  • Drag the bats
  • Survey the field
  • Use communication
  • Proper equipment

Featuring a Baseball Safety Test with questions such as:

What are some strategies that can be implemented to reduce arm/throwing injuries?

What is something a coach can do to help prevent an injury during on-field batting practice?

What safe hitting activity can players perform to prepare for a game when there is limited time or no batting cage available at a field?