Hi. New to the forum. I searched this question but didn't find an answer. I see that most softball coaching sites or forums advocate the rocker style lead. They all say that the left foot is on the back corner of the bag while the right foot trails in foul ground but I've never seen an explanation of why the right foot can't be on the front corner of the bag and the left foot trails? I'm sure there is a good reason but I've never seen it explained. Also, in younger age groups where the runner can't leave the base until the ball crosses the plate it seems more awkward to have a good view of the plate with your left foot forward and right foot trailing as opposed to having your right foot forward and your left foot trailing. Your body is in a much more natural position for the runner to see the ball as it crosses the plate. Help? And thanks!