Baseball Camp in Kansas City, Missouri

Baseball Camp in Kansas City, Missouri.  Operated by U.S. Baseball Academy

November 6, 2014---Stay ahead of the competition! Learn proper techniques and develop skills with hitting lessons, pitching lessons, fielding lessons, and catching lessons in the nation’s largest baseball training program. Get the best baseball instruction from local professionals during our Spring Training 2015 baseball camps in Kansas City, Missouri.

Youth baseball players to high school players will learn from the top coaches in the Kansas City 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 as low as $99, there isn’t a better baseball camp value anywhere in the Kansas City area.

Baseball Camp Sessions are offered in:

●    Hitting
●    Fielding/Baserunning
●    Catching
●    Pitching

U.S. Baseball Academy is the nation’s largest network of baseball camps, with more than 220 locations in 42 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 the Kansas City, Missouri area include:

-Avila University---Kansas City, Ohio---Site Director: Daryl Cronk, Head Coach, Avila Univ.

Register here!

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Baseball Camp in Kansas City, Missouri

Baseball Camp in Kansas City, Missouri.  Operated by U.S. Baseball Academy

October 23, 2014---Stay ahead of the competition! Learn proper techniques and develop skills with hitting lessons, pitching lessons, fielding lessons, and catching lessons in the nation’s largest baseball training program. Get the best baseball instruction from local professionals during our Spring Training 2015 baseball camps in Kansas City, Missouri.

Youth baseball players to high school players will learn from the top coaches in the Kansas City 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 as low as $99, there isn’t a better baseball camp value anywhere in the Kansas City area.

Baseball Camp Sessions are offered in:

●    Hitting
●    Fielding/Baserunning
●    Catching
●    Pitching

U.S. Baseball Academy is the nation’s largest network of baseball camps, with more than 220 locations in 42 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 the Kansas City, Missouri area include:

-Avila University---Kansas City, Ohio---Site Director: Daryl Cronk, Head Coach, Avila Univ.

Register here!

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Baseball Camp in Kansas City, Missouri

Baseball Camp in Kansas City, Missouri.  Operated by U.S. Baseball Academy

October 2, 2014---Stay ahead of the competition! Learn proper techniques and develop skills with hitting lessons, pitching lessons, fielding lessons, and catching lessons in the nation’s largest baseball training program. Get the best baseball instruction from local professionals during our Spring Training 2015 baseball camps in Kansas City, Missouri.

Youth baseball players to high school players will learn from the top coaches in the Kansas City 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 as low as $99, there isn’t a better baseball camp value anywhere in the Kansas City area.

Baseball Camp Sessions are offered in:

●    Hitting
●    Fielding/Baserunning
●    Catching
●    Pitching

U.S. Baseball Academy is the nation’s largest network of baseball camps, with more than 220 locations in 42 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 the Kansas City, Missouri area include:

-Avila University---Kansas City, Ohio---Site Director: Daryl Cronk, Head Coach, Avila Univ.

Register here!

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Final Details about the start of Baseball Camp at Avila University

 **Reminder: All session will be one hour earlier for Week 1. This change will only affect the first week.

Final Details about the start of Baseball Camp at Avila University

 

Players and Parents: 

 

This is a final reminder and update for the U.S. Baseball Academy session beginning this weekend at Avila University. 

 

CAMP DATES 

 

Sat.-Sun: Jan. 12, 18, 19, 25, 26; Feb. 2

  

If you can't locate your registration confirmation or confirmation e-mail, and there is any confusion over what time your session is, you can see your registration by visiting our website, www.USBaseballAcademy.com.   

 

Click the "Login or Pay" tab and use your player's last name and the email address used at the time of registration to view your registration.

 

WEATHER

  

Because we have reserved the facilities for the six days of the camp, and scheduling additional days will be difficult, we will avoid postponing sessions due to weather at all costs. In the event that we cannot host camp on one of the scheduled dates, we will post a note on our website.  

 

Please make sure that you check the website before coming to camp if the weather is questionable. On our website, www.USBaseballAcademy.com, there is a scrolling "News Ticker" at the top of the page where we will post any news or updates regarding camp. Any sessions postponed due to weather will be made up. If weather turns bad during the day, parents or emergency contacts should be available to pick players up if necessary

 

REMAINING SPOTS

 

A limited number of spots remain in several sessions. If you have friends or teammates who may be interested, please tell them they can still register by phoning our office at 866-622-4487 to pay with a credit card. They must be registered and paid in advance of the first session.  

 

SCHEDULE

 

Sessions will last for 55 minutes. Each session will begin promptly, so please arrive a few minutes before your sessions begin. Players may stretch in an out-of-the-way place while the previous session ends, but must stay clear of interfering with other sessions. Players will NOT be permitted to throw balls or swing bats in the hallways or other areas of the building.

 

EQUIPMENT

 

What to wear: Players should wear something comfortable for working out. Baseball pants, sweatpants or shorts are best. We will be inside, so wear gym shoes, not cleats or spikes.    

  

Hitting: Every player in the hitting camp must bring a bat. Because some players may be taking more swings in a shorter period of time than they are accustomed to, it would be wise to wear batting gloves if you have them.  

 

Pitching: Participants in the pitching camp should bring a glove. It is not necessary to bring a baseball.

Remember, participants in the pitching camp must supply their own catchers. Because our coaches are working with the pitchers in a hands-on manner and all pitchers are participating in throwing drills simultaneously, each player needs to have someone catching for him. The catcher can be a parent, older sibling or friend. If the catcher is a friend or teammate, a mask is required. We do not want two players in the same session catching for each other, because each will only receive half as much instruction.  

 

Catchers: Participants in the catcher's session should bring their own gear: shin guards, chest protector, mask and a protective cup. If you do not own your own catcher's gear, you should be able to borrow it from your coach or league.  

 

Fielding/Baserunning: Participants in the fielding/baserunning should bring their own glove.

 

 

SAFETY

 

It is important that players not swing the bat unless they are at a station being instructed by a coach. If a player would step out of a station and swing the bat, or if players walking onto the floor to start the day swing their bats, there is a good chance someone could get hit. DO NOT SWING BATS unless you are in a station being instructed, and it is your turn to hit.  

 

THE ITINERARY

 

This is a progressive program over a six-week period. Each week the drills are different, becoming more advanced each session. Hitters will complete up to 30 different stations and drills during the program, and pitchers between 15 and 20. Week 1 is designed to provide a good foundation for Week 2, etc. Some of the drills and stations in Week 1 may appear basic, but we need to ensure everyone has a proper foundation for the rest of the program. Some of the drills and stations may appear unusual, but each drill has an important purpose, and coaches will explain the reason each is in the program. (Why will players hit badminton birdies? Why will they be hitting deflated soccer balls? To teach them to stay in balance with hands back on off-speed pitches, and to teach them to drive their hands hard through a ball at impact.) Please work hard in every drill, and if players or parents don't understand the purpose of a station, feel free to ask the coaches afterward.  

 

SPECTATORS

 

Parents are welcome to watch from the sidelines during the hitting program and to listen along as the Site Directors explain each station at the beginning of the session. Once the rotations begin, we ask that parents watch from a distance so as not to make the hitting area more crowded and louder than it already is.  

 

MAKEUPS

 

If you miss a session because of illness, vacation, or a schedule conflict, there can be no make-ups. We pride ourselves on maintaining the player-coach ratio and limiting enrollment in each session. If we allowed extra players in a hitting session because they missed the week before, it would be unfair to others and would compromise the instruction for everyone.

 

SITE INFORMATION

 

 The Site Director for your local program is Daryl Cronk, Head Coach, Avila University

 

Site address:  

 

Avila University
11901 Wornall Rd.
Kansas City, Missouri 64145

 

We recommend MapQuest for the most accurate directions.

Here is a link to their site:  http://www.mapquest.com/   

  

I hope you're looking forward to camp with as much enthusiasm as we are. Call us or e-mail info@usbaseballacademy.com if you have any questions.


The following instructions are supplied by the Site Director:

 

We have 2 gyms but all campers and their parents will need to come to the Mabee Fieldhouse and enter the South entrance of the main gym to register and then we will direct them where they need to go. Parents can park anywhere there is available parking outside the gym and next to the baseball field.

 

Important Program Note for Parents

 

U.S. Baseball Academy is a progressive program that works through each of the building blocks for successful hitting, pitching and catching. For hitters, that includes grip, athletic stance, stride, balance, proper alignment, weight transfer, hand position, bat angle, path of swing, power position, contact points, bat lag, extension, pitch recognition, mental aspects, and many others. For pitchers, it includes various grips, stance, arm slot, arm action, balance point, hand and wrist position, release point, proper alignment, power position, follow-through, mental aspects, and more. For catchers, players work through stance, receiving, blocking, throwing, fielding drills, the mental side of catching and dealing with pitchers and umpires.

 

Because a flaw in any of the above areas will cause a player to be unsuccessful, each drill in our program is designed with an important instructional aspect in mind. The series of more than 30 hitting drills and 15 pitching drills will either confirm that the player has mastered that building block or identify a flaw and provide an avenue toward fixing it. Many stations will include a "player-assistant" in addition to the station coach. While the player-assistant is not technically coaching and is not factored into our coaching ratio, he is there to increase the repetitions each camper gets at that station. Each participant works with the adult coach at that station for instruction, and the player-assistant for repetition and reinforcement. If these player-assistants were included, our player-coach ratio would be about 3 to 1.

 

This is a teaching camp. If you are expecting to see your player take 200 swings a day in a cage against a pitcher, you will not find it here. You can get that by putting tokens in a machine at an arcade, but what will the player learn? Rather than improve, he will simply be driving bad habits deeper and deeper into his muscle memory. Pitchers who haven't thrown a ball in months would tear up their arm throwing full speed in January or February. They will not throw off mounds. Here, drills will break down mechanics and build muscle memory so players understand how to pitch and have success when they get on the field. The goal is not to get hitters out in the middle of winter.

 

As is the case at colleges and even Major League spring training, many of the drills will use hitting Ts, soft toss, and similar techniques. Young kids may think they are boring. You may think they are repetitive. They are not. At each station, the coaches are working on a specific "building block." Feel free to ask the coaches to explain the specific purpose of any drill you don't understand. Consider these stations as an example...

 

  • Two Ts the same height, one directly in front of the other, with the player trying to swing through both balls. If the player hits the back ball and misses the front, his swing path is off in one or more directions (up, down, around), and we can work to fix it.
  • Two Ts, one on the inside corner and one on the outside corner, with a coach commanding which ball to hit. This drill works on pitch recognition and different contact points depending on where the ball is pitched.
  • Chest-high Ts focus on a top-hand dominant swing at the top of the strike zone.
  • Knee-high Ts focus on a bottom-hand dominant swing low in the strike zone.

 

So, if your player tells you he hit off Ts all day, or he hit soft-toss, it's important to understand what is happening at each station. Tony Gwynn, one of the greatest hitters of all time, hit off a T for 30 minutes a day throughout his Major League career. He was known to say, "If you can't do it off a T, you sure can't do it off a pitcher." That always reminds me of one of the most memorable calls to come into our office in 20 years. A parent considering signing up her son for the camp asked if the kids hit off Ts in the program. She was told that yes, some of the drills involve hitting off Ts and soft-toss. "Tees are for T-ballers," she responded loudly. "My son is a fourth-grader. I'll take him to a batting cage.

 

 

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December 27, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--A good start is important to a successful season.  Parents wanting to help their players start their season in mid-season form can sign up for U.S. Baseball Academy.  The local six week training programs help prepare players for the Spring season while most players are playing other sports.  Sessions are offered that focus on swing mechanics, pitching techniques, fielding skills and catching. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been preparing players for their season while others are gathering winter rust.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2013.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Don’t wait to register, many sessions are close to capacity.  Sign up now to receive up to $60 off the three skill price.  You can register now and pay within 14 days or before the first day of camp to hold your spot.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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December 19, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--Last minute holiday gifts can be hard to get a hold of this close to the holidays.    U.S. Baseball Academy offers a gift that doesn’t require shipping and keeps giving through the winter months.  Our 6 week training sessions help players prepare for their Spring season.  Sessions focusing on swing mechanics, pitching techniques, fielding skills and catching prepare players for the upcoming season. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been preparing players for their season while others are gathering winter rust.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2013.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Gift certificates are available upon request.  Don’t wait to register as many sessions are close to being full.  You can register now and pay within 14 days to hold your spot.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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December 19, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--Last minute holiday gifts can be hard to get a hold of this close to the holidays.    U.S. Baseball Academy offers a gift that doesn’t require shipping and keeps giving through the winter months.  Our 6 week training sessions help players prepare for their Spring season.  Sessions focusing on swing mechanics, pitching techniques, fielding skills and catching prepare players for the upcoming season. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been preparing players for their season while others are gathering winter rust.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2013.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Gift certificates are available upon request.  Don’t wait to register as many sessions are close to being full.  You can register now and pay within 14 days to hold your spot.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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December 4, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--Looking for a winter baseball camp in your area?  Chances are U.S. Baseball Academy has a Spring Training camp near you.    For 25 years, players have been preparing for their spring season by attending U.S. Baseball Academy sessions in the offseason.  Sessions focusing on swing mechanics, pitching techniques, fielding skills and catching prepare players for the upcoming season. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been preparing players for their season while others are gathering winter rust.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2013.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Many sessions are filling up so don’t wait to register.  Register now and pay later.  Gift certificates are available upon request.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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November 27, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--The holiday’s area a great way to share the gift of baseball by giving a U.S. Baseball Academy training session.    Parents have been helping their players get ahead of the competition by attending U.S. Baseball Academy in the offseason.  Sessions focusing on swing mechanics, pitching techniques, fielding skills and catching prepare players for the upcoming season. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been preparing players for their season while others are gathering winter rust.  Spring Training 2013 saw 21,000 players take advantage of this offseason training.  With new drills and locations, 2014 could be even bigger.  Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Gift certificates are available upon request.  Register now to save your spot in these winter training sessions.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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November 18, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--Christmas is right around the corner.  Parents or grandparents looking for a Christmas gift for their favorite baseball player should consider U.S. Baseball Academy.  For years U.S. Baseball Academy has been helping players train in the offseason.  Sessions focusing on swing mechanics, pitching techniques, fielding skills and catching prepare players for the upcoming season. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been preparing players for their season while others are gathering winter rust.  Spring Training 2013 saw 21,000 players take advantage of this offseason training.  With new drills and locations, 2014 could be even bigger.  Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Reserve your spot now to ensure availability.  You can register now and pay later.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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November 7, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--Great athletes are always looking to improve in the off season.  U.S. Baseball Academy offers young baseball players the chance to improve and prepare for next season while others are focusing on different sports.  Sessions focusing on swing mechanics, pitching techniques, fielding skills and catching prepare players for the upcoming season. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been preparing players for their season while others are gathering winter rust.  Spring Training 2013 saw 21,000 players take advantage of this offseason training.  With new drills and locations, 2014 could be even bigger.  Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Take advantage or our “register now, pay later” option and reserve your spot today.  Many sessions are close to capacity so don’t wait to register.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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October 30, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--Parents looking for something for their players to do in the offseason should look at US Baseball Academy.  USBA camps and clinics, hosted by local coaches, help prepare players for their upcoming season. Sessions help players with swing mechanics, windup, fielding skills, throwing and catching. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since 1989 U.S. Baseball Academy has been helping players start their season in mid-season form and improve their skills while most players are focusing on other sports.  Spring Training 2013 saw 21,000 players take advantage of this offseason training.  With new drills and locations, 2014 could be even bigger.  Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Sign up today and reserve your spot with no money down with our “register now, pay later” program.    Don’t wait to register.  Sessions have a limited number of spots and some sessions are already at capacity.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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October 23, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--The nation’s largest baseball camp network is now accepting registrations for its 2014 Spring Training camp.  Kids can train like the pro’s and prepare for their upcoming season by attending locally hosted camps.  Sessions help players with swing mechanics, windup, fielding skills, throwing and catching. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since 1989 U.S. Baseball Academy has been helping players start their season in mid-season form and improve their skills while most players are focusing on other sports.  More than 21,000 players attended U.S. Baseball Academy in 2013.  Spring Training 2014 could see 25,000 players go through the program.  Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Rest easy knowing you can register now and pay later.  Reserve your spot for camps that start in January.    Many sessions are full and there are a limited number of spots so don’t wait to register.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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Youth Baseball Equipment Kansas City

Winter Baseball Camps Kansas City, Baseball Instruction Kansas City

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October 17, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--Every player knows that champions are made in the off season, or so the saying goes.  U.S. Baseball Academy helps train champions in the off season with a network of locally hosted baseball camps.  Sessions help players with swing mechanics, windup, fielding skills, throwing and catching. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since 1989 U.S. Baseball Academy has been helping players start their season in mid-season form and improve their skills while most players are focusing on other sports.  More than 40,000 players attended these pre-season camps in 2012 and 2013.  U.S. Baseball Academy could help more than 25,000 players in 2014.  Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Advanced drills and expert coaches can help get players into mid-season form.  Register now and pay later.  Don’t wait to register because many sessions are filling up.  Many sessions are full and there are a limited number of spots so don’t wait to register.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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Winter Baseball Camps Kansas City

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October 9, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--As many fall seasons are winding down, you might be wondering what your player can do to get better in the off season.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players prepare for the spring season.  Sessions help players with swing mechanics, windup, fielding skills, throwing and catching. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since 1989 U.S. Baseball Academy has been helping players start their season in mid-season form and improve their skills while most players are focusing on other sports.  These instructional camps and clinics were hosted in 36 states in 2013 with more to be added for 2014.  Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Register now and pay later.  Advanced drills and expert coaches can help players get into mid season form.  Many sessions are full and there are a limited number of spots so don’t wait to register.  Many sessions are full and there are a limited number of spots so don’t wait to register.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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Offseason/Winter Baseball Camps Kansas City

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September 26, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--Registration is now open for the country’s largest network of youth baseball camps.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players prepare for the spring season.  Sessions help players with swing mechanics, windup, fielding skills, throwing and catching. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since 1989 U.S. Baseball Academy has been helping players start their season in mid-season form and improve their skills while most players are focusing on other sports.  U.S. Baseball Academy trained 21,000 players in 36 states in 2013.  Sessions start in December and January, and are available for players of all ages.  Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Many sessions are filling up for 2014, so don’t delay registration.  You can register now and pay later. Advanced drills and expert coaches can help you get into midseason form while others are gathering winter rust.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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Offseason/Winter Baseball Camps Kansas City, Baseball Instruction Kansas City

Offseason/Winter Baseball Camps Kansas City, Baseball Instruction Kansas City

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September 26, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--Registration is now open for the country’s largest network of youth baseball camps.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players prepare for the spring season.  Sessions help players with swing mechanics, windup, fielding skills, throwing and catching. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. Since 1989 U.S. Baseball Academy has been helping players start their season in mid-season form and improve their skills while most players are focusing on other sports.  U.S. Baseball Academy trained 21,000 players in 36 states in 2013.  Sessions start in December and January, and are available for players of all ages.  Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Sessions in hitting, fielding, baserunning, catching and pitching are offered for players in grades 1-12.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Many sessions are filling up for 2014, so don’t delay registration.  You can register now and pay later. Advanced drills and expert coaches can help you get into midseason form while others are gathering winter rust.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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Summer Baseball Camps Kansas City, MO

Summer Baseball Camps Kansas City, MO

September 16, 2013

Q: Where can I find baseball lessons in Kansas City, MO?

A: U.S Baseball Academy offers off-season baseball camps and clinics for kids in grades 1-12.  Players can start their season in mid-season form by attending U.S. Baseball Academy camps. Sessions are available for hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning and are open to all grades and ability levels.  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more information on baseball camps and camps in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Fall and Winter Baseball Camps Kansas City, Baseball Instruction Kansas City

Fall and Winter Baseball Camps Kansas City, Baseball Instruction Kansas City

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September 16, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--We have recently opened registration for U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program.  Spring Training 2014 will prepare players for their Spring Season and have them in mid-season form from the start.  Sessions help players with swing mechanics, windup, fielding skills, throwing and catching. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. U.S. Baseball Academy hosted more than 200 camps in 2013 and new locations are being added for the 2014 cycle.  These camps are open to players in 36 states and of all ability levels.  Sessions start in December and January, and are available for players of all ages.  Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Players in grades 1-12 can sign up for session in hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Register now and pay later.  Don’t delay registration.  Many sessions are already full for 2014. Advanced drills and expert coaches can help you get into midseason form while others are gathering winter rust.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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Summer Baseball Camps Kansas City, MO

Summer Baseball Camps Kansas City, MO

September 4, 2013

Q: Who hosts off season baseball camps in Kansas City, MO?

A: U.S Baseball Academy offers off-season baseball camps and clinics for kids in grades 1-12.  The off-season instructional clinics hosted by U.S Baseball Academy help prepare kids for the spring baseball season and give them a head start on the competition. These winter/spring camps help players develop their swing, pitching mechanics and fielding skills.  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more information on baseball camps and camps in Kansas City, Missouri.

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Off Season Baseball Camps and Clinics Kansas City

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September 4, 2013, Kansas City, Missouri--Registration is open for U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training 2014.  These off season camps are used by thousands of kids to get primed and ready for the upcoming Spring Season.  Players can improve on their swing, windup, fielding, throwing and catching. Spring Training camps are run by some of the best local coaches in your area. These offseason training sessions are hosted locally at two locations: Avila University and Lansing High School. New locations for 2014 are already being added to the more than 200 locations from 2013.  Players in 36 different states can take advantage of these camps and get their season started early.  Sessions start in December and January, and are available for players of all ages.  Use our Triple Play discount and save $60 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Kansas City area.

Registration is now open for grades 1-12 and includes session for hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catchers.  Whether you are on a travel team or high school team already or aspire to be on one, start your spring in mid-season form by attending our six week camp. 

To get more details about the camps at Avila University or Lansing High School in Kansas City, visit www.USBaseballAcademy.com, www.kansascitybaseballcamps.com or www.missouribaseballcamps.net.

Don’t wait to register.  Spots are limited and some sessions are already on a waiting list.  Register now and pay later. Advanced drills and expert coaches can help you get into midseason form while others are gathering winter rust.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Instruction is available in hitting, pitching, fielding, baserunning and catching. More than 20,000 players participated in the most recent program. Pre-registration is required.   

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