I like this one a lot, especially at the younger ages where you are trying to build all-around players rather than the specificity that happens as they get older. It's also good for getting to see each player in different scenarios to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses.With a lot of the teams that I have coached I like to play some 'workup' at the end of practice. I designate 3 or 4 hitters. I put everyone else in the field at the normal positions. I pitch myself or have a coach do it. Whenever a hitter makes an out the players 'move up'. 1st base goes into hit, 2nd goes to 1st, SS goes to 2nd, 3rd goes to SS, LF comes into 3rd, CF goes LF, RF goes to CF, and the hitter who made the out goes out to RF. To spice it up if an outfielder catches a flyball she comes in to hit right away. If a hitter makes it around to home she gets to hit again. The players like it because they all get to play infield. Between hitters I remind the fielders to think about where the outs can be made. I use a bucket of balls to pitch so I don't have wait for a return throw. It helps to keep things moving.
It's definitely everything..local rec team moved to travel ball. Going to be a tough summer.assuming you have had some games, so you know what you need to work (could be everything ) on.
is this rec or TB? do you have a wide range of skill sets? a lot depends on these items.