There is a series of physical and mental characteristics that contribute to unbeaten performance in elite sports. Each sport and activity requires a specific set of these skills. Being successful in one sport does not necessarily make you successful in another, as success requires a whole range of factors to come together and interact in the right way. Coordinative ability is just one of the factors, and for many sports plays a significant role in success. Coordination itself, however, is a comprehensive system made up of numerous synergistic elements and not necessarily a singularly defined ability. Developing basic coordination through movement stimulus is a must, with the ultimate goal of developing sport-specific coordination in the adolescent years. Physical education teacher coaches and sports scientist have been trying to develop economical and authentic means of training so as to enable sportsmen to attain high coordinative abilities in different games and sports. This book may contribute towards developing sound training programmes for selecting potential players in baseball and softball of a young age.