Championship games can be close and it comes down the decisions we make on the bases, on defense, and at the plate.
I've always appreciated coaches taking an aggressive approach to baserunning versus a cautious approach. You learn so many things from a ground ball go approach on third base.
This approach is typically implemented with your faster runners. The third base runner simply runs when there's a downward flight of the ball off the bat except when the ball is hit back to the pitcher. If the third base runner is a dead out, you advise them to get in a rundown to advance the hitter now baserunner to second base.
You have to drill this approach and you as a coach will begin to understand the makeup of your baserunners.