If you want to go places in baseball, there are a few key attributes scouts/coaches look for. How hard can you throw the ball? How far can you hit the ball? How fast can you run? Don't get me wrong, throwing the ball 90mph, hitting a ball 450 feet or running a sub-7.0 second 60 yard dash doesn't mean that you're automatically a great baseball player, but it will turn heads and give you the chance needed to show universities/colleges and professional teams what you can do on the field.
Lets talk about how we can make you faster. When training to improve speed it amazes me how players tend to forget how important it is to be STRONG! Athletes are always asking me about what drills they should do to improve their baserunning but I have yet to see a weak athlete run a great 60 yard dash.