I would rather a team just put it on me, than to bunt for outs or hit opposite...stuff like that. Just beat me. If we can't stop you from scoring, it isn't the job of the opposing HC to make outs for us. I have seen (and used occasionally) leaving early on the bases, and have had other coaches tell me to just keep playing and not worry about that stuff.
Do you run it up? Of course not. If we're up comfortably, we're not pushing the issue on the base path. We're not advancing on passed balls, not trying to stretch doubles into triples, or anything like that. Not trying to take 2nd on first and third situations. In a situation like ours, numbers play a big part. We have 20 kids between varsity and jv, 10 on each team. Our varsity is pretty good for our league, and it's not like we can just pull 3-4 players. We have one sub on the bench, and she's pretty good too. We're going to stay aggressive at the plate, but be more station to station on the bases.