Don’t fall behind the competition! Learn proper techniques and develop skills in hitting instruction, pitching instruction, fielding instruction, and catching instruction in the nation’s largest baseball training program. Get the best baseball instruction from local professionals during our Spring Training 2011 baseball camps in the Miami Florida area.
Players from beginners to high school will learn from the top coaches in the Miami area during Spring Training from U.S. Baseball Academy, a national training program with a local presence. Players will participate in fun and valuable drills in a program developed by the top baseball players and coaches in the country. And with six weeks of baseball instruction for just $99, there isn’t a better baseball value anywhere in the Miami area.
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U.S. Baseball Academy is the nation’s largest network of baseball camps, with more than 150 locations in 34 states. Since 1988, we have provided top-quality baseball instruction at an affordable price to more than 100,000 players.
This is not a lecture clinic. With a low player-coach ratio, each hitter, pitcher and catcher gets individual attention in a small-group atmosphere for one hour per week. We maintain a ratio of five players per professionally trained coach.
With numerous age-specific sessions for grades 1 through 12, instruction is specially tailored for each ability level. This is the kind of intense, results-oriented professional baseball instruction that provides a foundation for the coming season and beyond..
Locations of Baseball Camps in Miami Florida
|St. Thomas University, |
in Miami Florida
|Sundays: Jan. 9, 16, 23, 30; Feb. 6, 13||Jorge Perez, Head Coach, |
St. Thomas University
U.S. Baseball Academy’s camps feature hands-on instruction and individual attention with the top high school and college coaches in the Miami Florida area.
“Just wanted to let you know that my Braydon (age 8) hit a home run over the center field fence last night in his game. I don't think he would have acquired the skills to do that without having attended the U.S. Baseball Academy. Wow! What a difference it made. He's made vast strides as a player since last summer. Of course, being a year older makes a difference, but I don't think he would be near the player he is today if he hadn't attended the academy.”