One way practice has helped me to get better at baseball was one of the basic parts of baseball. It was fielding the ball, if you don't know what I mean it is picking up the ball and throwing the ball to get the out. It way sound easy but it's definitely not that easy, when the ball comes to you it can come extremely fast and it can also bounce around making it hard to catch. Before when I first started to play baseball I couldn't get the ball at all. But now after a couple years of practicing I can field the ball and get the out with problems most of the time.
Another way practice has helped me get better at baseball is my batting. Since the beginning I've struggled to hit the ball. But thanks to my coaches and the years of practice I've had from hitting off the tea to hitting the ball live, I've been able to get better at my batting skills and actually hit the baseball. But you may be thinking, so what, its just hitting a ball? Well your wrong, hitting a baseball takes eye coordination, but sometimes the ball curves, or sinks making it a lot more difficult to hit the ball. It took me lots of practice to be able to hit the ball. That is yet another way practice has helped me in baseball to improve on a skill.
The last way practice has helped me improve in baseball is my endurance. In baseball if you cant run then your gonna get out. Since I'm big I couldn't run that fast for long periods of time. So every practice we run and run to build up our endurance so when we hit the ball we can get safe or advance to the next bag. But with this endurance it not only helped me in baseball but in my physical education class or (PE) where we have to run a certain distance and whatever time we get is our grade, thankfully that endurance saved me. That is the last way practice has helped me not only in baseball but in PE as well.
To sum this up practice can help you improve lots of things in your life, may it be from sports to school or other things. But practice may not show results now but in the distant future it could. So that is how practice made baseball better for me.