We use a pretty simple system for our team. The third base coach runs through whatever series he wants, and the wrist is the indicator. As soon as he touches his left wrist, you start to count touches until he comes back to the wrist. Sometimes he'll come back to the wrist, sometimes he won't. Anyway, the number of touches in between wrist touches determines what is on:
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3. Hit and Run
4. Delay Steal
Any touch to the ear at any time is a squeeze play.
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