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Upcoming SRLL Baseball Clinics

With Little League Assessments just around the corner it is time to start getting ready for the season. 

I look forward to seeing all of you at the clinics, it is our goal to get as many coaches out as possible to allow for smaller group sizes and more reps.  I will share plenty of ideas for drills that players can use at practice or at home.  Bring all your questions with you and we will work on answering them, the extra work at home will allow the players to develop confidence and reinforce the skills they are learning at practice.

Currently Scheduled Clinics

SRHS/SRLL Player Clinic - Sunday, January 6th
See Flyer Here for More Information


Upcoming Clinics

Clinic Name:               Pitching Clinic #1A (first time pitchers)

Divisions:                    First time pitchers – Entering Lower Minors through Upper Minors

Description:                 This clinic will be focused on players that will be entering Lower Minors/ self-pitch divisions or players that have not previously pitched.  The goal of the clinic is to teach the basics, from proper warm up through proper technique, to give the players a head start for the upcoming season.  The clinic will consist of a number of drills designed to teach the proper mechanics and build confidence for the players.  Players will run through the drills as a group and as time permits have limited pitching from the mound(s) at this clinic.  A second Pitching Clinic will follow in February as a review of the drills and mechanics learned at this clinic.  All players (and parents) will be given “homework” that will reinforce the skills that they learned in the clinic.

What to bring: Cleats, Hat, Glove, Baseball pants

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Clinic Name:               Pitching Clinic #1B (experienced pitchers)

Divisions:                    Experienced pitchers – Majors through Intermediate

Description:                 This clinic will be focused on players that have previously pitched in games and have experience.  The goal of the clinic is to review proper warm up to prevent injuries, review the basic mechanics, discuss pitching strategies, and to learn pitch grips.  The clinic will consist of a number of drills designed to learn the proper mechanics that will improve pitching consistency and confidence.  Players will run through the drills as a group and as time permits pitch from the mounds at this clinic.  A second clinic will be help in January as a follow up.  Players will be given “homework” that will reinforce the skills that they learned in the clinic.

                                    What to bring: Cleats, Hat, Glove, Baseball pants

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Clinic Name:               Skills Clinic #1A

Divisions:                    Tee Ball, Rookies, MAPs divisions

Description:                 This clinic will be focused on players in the non-self pitch divisions to include Tee Ball, Rookies, and MAPs.  For the Tee Ball players the clinic will predominantly consist of throwing instruction, catching, and some base running.  Throwing is one of the most critical baseball skills that players must have and we will focus on simple drills and ideas to understand the basic mechanics.  The drills will work on throwing mechanics, balance, and patience.  Rookies and MAPs players will work on more advanced drills to include throwing, fielding, outfield drills, base running, and sliding.  The various drills will teach the proper mechanics and build the confidence for the players.  Players will run through the drills in small/ medium groups to maximize the repetitions for each player.  All players will be given “homework” that will reinforce the skills that they learned in the clinic.

                                    What to bring: Cleats, Hat, Glove, Baseball pants, long sleeve shirt for sliding drill.

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Clinic Name:               Skills Clinic #1B

Divisions:                    Lower Minors through Intermediate divisions

Description:                 This clinic will be focused on players in the self-pitch divisions from lower minors and up.  Drills will include proper warm up, throwing review, catching tips, infield fielding and throwing drills, outfield catching and position drills, base running drills, and sliding drills.  Players will run through the drills in small/ medium groups to maximize the repetitions for each player.  Players will be divided into groups based on their anticipated division and drill level will be per the appropriate division.  The various drills will teach the proper mechanics and build the confidence for the players.  All players will be given “homework” that will reinforce the skills that they learned in the clinic.

                                    What to bring: Cleats, Hat, Glove, Baseball pants, long sleeve shirt for sliding drill.

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Clinic Name:               Pitching Clinic #2A (first time pitchers)

Divisions:                    First time pitchers – Entering Lower Minors to Upper Minors

Description:                 For players who attended the first pitching clinic this will be a follow up on the drills learned and “homework” that was given.  More focus on throwing from the mound with using the proper mechanics.  If time permits the players will be given more individual evaluations and more advanced “homework” drills. 

For players not able to attend the first clinic, this clinic will be focused on players that are entering lower minors and just starting in self pitch divisions or players that have not previously pitched.  The goal of the clinic is to teach the basics, from proper warm up through proper technique, to give the players a head start for the upcoming season.  The clinic will consist of a number of drills designed to teach the proper mechanics and build the confidence for the players.  Players will run through the drills as a group and as time permits have limited pitching from the mound.  All players will be given “homework” that will reinforce the skills that they learned in the clinic.

What to bring: Cleats, Hat, Glove, Baseball pants

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Clinic Name:               Pitching Clinic #2B (experienced pitchers)

Divisions:                    Experienced pitchers – Majors through Intermediate Division

Description:                 For players who attended the first pitching clinic this will be a follow up on the drills learned and “homework” that was given.  More focus on throwing from the mound with using the proper mechanics.  If time permits the players will be given more individual evaluations and more advanced “homework”. 

For players not able to attend the first clinic, this clinic will be focused on players that have previously pitched in games and have experience.  The goal of the clinic is to review proper warm up to prevent injuries, review the basic mechanics, discuss pitching strategies, and review proper techniques.  The clinic will consist of a number of drills designed to review proper mechanics that will improve pitching confidences.  Players will run through the drills a group and as time permits will have some pitching from the mounds. 

Players will be given “homework” that will reinforce the skills that they learned in the clinic.

                                    What to bring: Cleats, Hat, Glove, Baseball pants

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Rich Wasilewski  //  Clinic Coordinator

Email: [email protected]

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