SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Registration is now open for Santa Clara Baseball Academy's skill instruction, which runs during three Sunday nights in September and is open to players from first through 12th grade. The focus of these sessions is to provide a setting in which players will take part in practice and game situations similar to a collegiate environment.
Camps will be held on each of the following Sunday nights: September 10, 17, 24.
Non-High School (Grades 1-8): 5:30-7 p.m.
High School: 7-8:30 p.m.
HOW DOES THIS DIFFER FROM FALL BALL?
Each session will focus on offensive and defensive individual player development, with drills aimed to enhance playing ability. Through a precession designed for each individual, players can expect to take up to 100 swings per night offensively while working on specific skills by position defensively. Unlike other camps, participants can expect to be instructed by members of the Santa Clara baseball coaching staff.
ABOUT SANTA CLARA BASEBALL HEAD COACH RUSTY FILTER
Rusty Filter, regarded as one of the finest coaches on the West Coast, enters his first year as head coach of Santa Clara Bronco baseball in 2017-18. During a tenure that includes nearly three decades in coaching, Filter has mentored 139 players that have gone on to a career in professional baseball, including 69 pitchers. He has the distinction of being the only collegiate baseball coach to have two pitchers selected No. 1 overall in the MLB Draft (Steven Strasburg in 2009 and Mark Appel in 2013).
Space is limited. Click here to register online and ensure your spot.
For more information, please contact Nicholas Enriquez by phone (408-554-4171) or email (email@example.com).
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