That lesson's not lost on Hebb.
"When we have such a stacked team, it doesn't really matter where you hit," she said, "because I believe in all my players that I know everyone's going to hit the ball."
Whether it's at the plate or in the field, Caldwell said he knows he can count upon Hebb, who plays outfield and occasionally pitches, too, in addition to her first base duties.
"She plays within herself, doesn't try to do too much," he said.
"She's (had) eight or 10 or 12 doubles in the past few weeks. She hits the ball solid, doesn't try to kill it, just a good line-drive hitter and somebody who doesn't strike out much. She walked (Thursday). She's patient at the plate. That's what you like to have. She's going to be a good hitter."
Beyond natural talent, Caldwell said Hebb possesses the right attitude and mindset to achieve success.
"I think she works really hard," he said, "but she's obviously got some ability. She's a strong kid, works really hard, listens, takes what you offer. She's teachable, a good kid to have."
With so much to build upon and years to come in her career, Hebb's freshman success may signal just the beginning.
"If she keeps working, she could do a lot of good things," Caldwell said. "There's no doubt."