The 3 & 2 Baseball Club of Kansas City, Missouri

The 3 & 2 Baseball Club of Kansas City, Missouri
 

The 3 & 2 Baseball Club of Kansas City, Missouri has provided competitive youth baseball in Kansas City since 1943. The five field KC 3&2 baseball facility located at Bannister Road and Blue River Road has long been a place where families have built lasting memories while enjoying the great game of baseball. Many of the players have gone on to play high school and college baseball and a select few have been drafted and have played Major League baseball.

Kansas City youth baseball instruction, camps and lessons

 August 5, 2011, Kansas City, Missouri – Youth baseball lessons and camps at Avila University are offering early registration discounts for programs that begin soon.  The clinics are open to all little league, senior league and high school players in the Kansas City area.

The offseason training programs begin in January and provide expert instruction in hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning, for players in grades 1 through 12. The instruction and lessons are part of a national training program operated by U.S. Baseball Academy, which includes approximately 200 locations in 35 states.

Don’t fall behind the competition. Signups are under way now. Early registration is required. To learn more about the sessions at Avila University in Kansas City, visit www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Discounts and benefits are available for early registrants. Sessions fill up fast, and space is limited by a low player-coach ratio.  Sign up today.

Last year’s program was attended by youth baseball players in Belton, Blue Springs, Cameron, Clinton, Frontenac, Grain Valley, Greenwood, Harrisonville, Higginsville, Independence, Kansas City, Lawson, Leawood, Lee's Summit, Lenexa, Oak Grove, Olathe, Overland Park, Paola, Platte City, Pleasant Hill, Prairie Village, Raymore, Raytown, Richmond , Shawnee, Stilwell, Sugar Creek, and Wellsville.



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