Baseball Canberra are running scoring clinics for all levels of scorers in the coming weeks
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Jeremy Barnes will be running a baseball camp and will be working on increasing arm velocity and arm health through a movement and weighted ball program. In this clinic, athletes will also be throwing bullpens and working with catchers to simulate game type pitching. This camp is designed to increase your velocity, arm health and give you the pitching/catching tools that carry over into the upcoming season.
Below are the details surrounding this clinic...
Who: Ages 10 and up. The groups will be broken into 3 age brackets; Little League, Junior League, and Senior League/Elite. Please designate that you are wanting to work on catching or pitching in this camp. There will not be time to work on both.
When: Every and nights starting (7 week period).
Groups: *I would like to keep the groups age specific based on Baseball Australia Dates and guidelines. Even if you are planning on playing up in the local competition please stay with your age specific group*
Little League will be from 530-630 PM (please try and get there as early as possible to complete the warm up)
Junior League will be from 6-730 PM
Senior League/Elite will be from 7-830 PM
Where: Training sessions will take place at Narrabundah ballpark on the bottom field behind the main diamond.
Cost: $250 for the 7 week program
Reserve your spot in this Pitching and Catching Clinic today by signing up online!
See you around the ballpark.
As we have done during the past, the Indians committee are looking to ensure the competitiveness of our 1st grade team and overall club in general. In order to achieve this, we are hoping to host possibly 1 or 2 overseas import players for the upcoming 2016/17 Season. However, before we can begin to explore any such arrangement we desperately need the help of the Indians Baseball Community.
So... can you or anyone you know become a host family willing to open up their home and hospitality to a US or Canadian baseball player for the duration of the 2016/17 Season?
Ideally, the players would be in Canberra from early October 2016 to late March 2017. The committee understands that hosting a player is a lot to ask of just one family and so we are open to the idea of splitting the time between 2 or 3 families (minimum of 8 weeks per family), which broadens the players experience and doesnt overburden a single host.
The host family would need to provide a welcoming environment, a separate bedroom for the player and generally accept him as another member of their family unit. For its part, the club would provide the player with a vehicle for transport purposes and an employment opportunity to ensure he can earn some money during his stay. Accordingly, the player would then be expected to contribute a nominal fortnightly amount to assist with household costs such as food & utilities.
So, if you or anyone you know thinks they could help the Indians by hosting an import player for the 2015/2016 baseball season (or part thereof) then we’d love to hear from you.
Please contact me on 0405 756010 or via email at; firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your consideration.
President – Indians Baseball Club
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