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Hit N Run Game Day Coach and Player Clinic

Hit-N-Run ·
Hit N Run Batting Cages announces the Game Day Baseball/Softball Education Program.  Sessions will be each Saturday in the month of Oct from 10a-12p at the Hit N Run Conference Room located at 110 Robinson Dr....
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Coaches Clinic this December

Thunderking ·
Bernie Walter's Winning Edge Coaches Seminar is a dynamic informative coaching clinic by the University of MD Director of Baseball Operations. Coach Walter has been the USA Baseball National HS Director and has also led the USA Baseball Junior...
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The Armory's "Rocket Launchers Road Show" August 10th & 11th at CBC

ThrowHarderFaster ·
Throw Harder Faster is a velocity development academy inside of Carolina Baseball Center and we are excited to bring you The Armory's "Rocket Launchers Road Show" August 10th & 11th at CBC. The Armory has developed 37 pitchers that have eclipsed the 90 mph barrier since its owner, Randy Sullivan, established academy in February 2011. Incredibly, six of these 90 mph pitchers just finished their freshman year of high school, class of 2016. As a licensed physical therapist and owner of...
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Summer of Fun Baseball Clinic at Prestonwood Christian Academy

Pro Source ·
Summer Clinic Date: June 12th-15th Where: Prestonwood Christian Academy Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Age groups: 6-12. (Players will be in groups with their respective ages.) What to expect: What a great way to spend 4 days in the Summer by having a great time learning the game of baseball by former pro and college players! This clinic will teach all aspects of the game in a fun and positive environment! Contact us: admin@prosourceathletics.com or call 972-242-1882
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Va Pro Pitching + Catching Clinic. Learn from the Pros

VA Pro Pitching ·
Whats up everyone? 2 players here, Connor Jones (Great Bridge HS, Chesapeake -> UVA -> St. Louis Cardinals) and Alec Bettinger (Hylton Hs, Woodbridge -> UVA -> Milwaukee Brewers) here. We are both obviously from VA. Friends since playing for the Canes together, Teammates at UVA, and we are both in Tidewater this offseason. We wanted to take the opportunity to try and team up to continue to influence Youth baseball in VA. In addition to lessons, we are running at 6 week pitching...
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Re: Clinics, Camps & Prospects Camps, Is there a Difference?

RJM ·
If your son is an identified prospect by a program and on their board they will personally invite him in a manner other than a form letter. Otherwise, they’re inviting you to help finance their spring trip. If you’re getting mailers they probably purchased the registration list from events your son signed up for. What is humorous is when receiving “saw you play at ....” and the player signed up but didn’t attend.
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Re: Clinics, Camps & Prospects Camps, Is there a Difference?

TPM ·
All programs are different but being that your son is a junior, I would go with Prospect Camp. They are usually limited in players and instruction is given by the coaches, not others who come in to help run camps. Limit the Prospect Camp to your sons position. For example if he is a pitcher, go with Pitchers prospect camp. Just the word prospect doesn't really describe the type of camp. It should be a camp from a program that your son is interested in. Coaches like players who attend...
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Re: Clinics, Camps & Prospects Camps, Is there a Difference?

This response was never intended to be this long (sorry), but once I got started I decided to really expound on my feelings and experiences of athletes I know and my son's personal college camp experience. May be worth the read beyond the a-d list if you are bored. ----------- Go to any camp that will: a) Get you in front of coaches for a school(s) that you desire to attend as a student b) Matches your academic and baseball skillset c) That you can afford d) That is reasonable in distance to...
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Re: Clinics, Camps & Prospects Camps, Is there a Difference?

TPM ·
COLLEGEBASEBALLRECRUITINGGUIDE, It's TPM if you meant me, or RJM, if you meant him. Thank you.
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Re: Clinics, Camps & Prospects Camps, Is there a Difference?

dadof2ballplayers ·
My philosophy on this is when in doubt and you can swing it financially do it. I tell my two boys let’s not have any regrets when this is over in a few years. I’d rather them look back and say they tried and didn’t work out rather than wonder what would have happened if we would have went to a schools camp, and specially when talking about a “dream school”. It worked out for my oldest, a camp in December was where he got on the radar, they followed him the following summer and ultimately...
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Re: Clinics, Camps & Prospects Camps, Is there a Difference?

ARCEKU21 ·
The "what if" is what we are facing right now. My son has attended on P5 camp already, which an offer came out of. He has another P5 camp schedule mid January. The weekend after that another P5 school wants him to come out to their camp. The first January camp already constitutes some significant travel, but it's a school that is in my son's top 5 list. The other possible January camp is also significant travel and it's a school that recently started talking to my son. We are trying to...
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Re: Clinics, Camps & Prospects Camps, Is there a Difference?

TPM ·
Your son is a freshman who has not played a high school game yet, correct. Your son has plenty of time. He can politely tell any coach that he isn't ready to make any decisions. Don't be afraid. He can be the one to drive the bus, not them.
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East Coast Clippers Winter Showcase Clinics

Clippers Baseball ·
My name is Greg Delmonico and I am currently the NY State Director for the East Coast Clippers.  As a former Division 1 player at Sacred Heart University I have vast knowledge of what it takes to get to the next level.  The East Coast Clippers recent expansion into Virginia and North Carolina have allowed us to put the program on the national level.  We have been ranked in the top 50 programs  in the country over the past decade highlighted by back to back first round...
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Clinics, Camps & Prospects Camps, Is there a Difference?

CTBaseballDad15 ·
My son is a Jr. aspiring to play college baseball, we are inundated with emails from Colleges about clinics, skills camps, Fall/Winter/Summer Camps and Prospect Camps (in addition to the many 3rd party showcases and camps invites). Is there a difference between a Prospect camp and the other camps/clinics schools host and if so, what are they are should we attend only Prospect Camps? Thank you
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Vault Baseball Clinic & Camp - Pitching, Throwing, and Hitting - November 19/20 (Virginia Beach)

utilityman ·
Vault Fitness & Athletics will be hosting its first baseball clinic of the offseason on November 19-20. This two day camp will focus on the fundamental mechanics of pitching/throwing and hitting. The camp is 2 hours each day (12-2 pm) and is limited to 24 players total. Ages will be tee ball thru high school. Players will be divided into two groups by age (young/old) with a maximum of 12 players per group. Groups will switch coaches on the second day of camp. The camp will be staffed by...
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SUMMER CATCHER ONE-DAY CLINICs

Coach Rick ·
This CATCHERS CLINIC is a total of 3 hours, one-hour in Receiving, Blocking, and Throwing ; provides each catcher with two complimentary eBooks on catching (over 75 pages); plus a 4-page Workout plan used by college players. Parents and Coaches may attend for free, recording of any session is encouraged. In July and August, any catcher can enroll in these Clinics scheduled on four different week days/ locations for $135/ catcher. See schedule b elow... You must enroll in advance. Contact me...
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