Five Reasons to attend a Winter Baseball Camp in Millbrook, Alabama

December 23, 2015---The term “winter baseball camp” may seem like an oxymoron, but U.S. Baseball Academy hosts winter instructional baseball camps for nearly 25,000 players each year.  While most baseball players are taking a break or focusing on other sports, winter baseball camps offer participants a chance to improve their game before the spring baseball season starts. Off-season camps enhance player development and give players a chance to learn outside the everyday confines of practice or games.   Here are the top five reasons your player should attend a winter baseball camp. 

  1. Improve your game—instructional baseball camps are a time for players to focus on their strengths and weaknesses.  It’s important for players to set goals for themselves each season and, oftentimes, improving in one area or another is a common goal for players.  Winter instructional camps help players achieve their improvement goals and make gains before a new season starts.
  2. Season Fitness—attending a winter baseball camp helps players get into shape for the spring season.  Most players finish their fall ball season and don’t pick up a bat or glove until spring season rolls around, sometime in March or April.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players get into shape before the season so that players are in mid-season form before the season even starts.  Professional players use “spring training” to get into shape, so why shouldn’t youth players? 
  3. Improve Self Esteem—winter baseball camps are instruction intensive.  Players learn new skills and techniques or refine skills and techniques they may already have.  These new skills improve their self-esteem and help them to feel confident when they start their season.  Since camp settings are educational, players can build confidence outside the normal, sometimes stressful, confines of a game or practice.
  4. “Broaden your horizons”—players can broaden their horizons and learn from instructors they don’t have access to on a regular basis.  Every child is different, so learning a skill (even if they have learned it before) from a different coach may change how a player sees something and the skill or technique may “click” with them, when it previously had not.  Forging new relationships with coaches outside of a player’s daily routine can aid in their social development as well.
  5. Fun—most players that play baseball, do so because it’s fun.  The challenge of learning new skills and the camaraderie of a team make baseball a sport they can enjoy doing.  Winter baseball camps allow players to enjoy the sport they love year round. 

U.S. Baseball Academy takes pride in helping youth players improve their game before the season.  Your local camp will be held at the Mill Creek Baseball Complex in February.  Registration is now under way and, because space is limited, we encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot!  You can register now and pay later.  Sign up for three skills and save $120 off the one skill price!  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more details.

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Albany, Oregon youth baseball camp announced

December 23, 2015, Albany, Oregon--At U.S. Baseball Academy, young players can enjoy a real Spring Training experience.  U.S. Baseball Academy, which operates a national network of affordable hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning camps for players in grades 1 through 12, is pleased to add Linn Benton Community College to its lineup for the coming winter and spring. Registration is now under way at www.USBaseballAcademy.com.

U.S. Baseball Academy's Spring Training 2016 provides young players with advanced hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning training programs with instruction by the area's top coaches at the area’s top facilities.  Players who choose multiple skills qualify for discounted session prices.  

With a player-coach ratio of 7 to 1, each player gets plenty of individual attention in a small-group atmosphere. In addition to unbeatable instruction by the area's best coaches, players get a preseason tune-up that helps them enter team practice in mid-season form. With numerous age-specific sessions, instruction is specially tailored for each ability level. Overall, it's the type of intense, professional instruction young players just can't get in a summer league.

Since 1988, U.S. Baseball Academy has run hundreds of camps and clinics for thousands of players nationwide. Each week, hitters rotate through a series of supervised stations, including indoor batting cages, with each drill designed to teach a different aspect of hitting. Players enjoy participating in hitting games and specialized stations used by top high school and college programs. The program is designed to improve pitch and strike zone recognition, timing, balance, power, situational hitting, bunting, and other aspects. Pitchers work under the supervision of coaches who can help with all aspects of pitching, from fundamentals and mechanics to more advanced concepts. Drills and repetition will improve a pitcher's speed and control. Our catcher's camp covers all aspects of being behind the plate. Players will get instruction on stance, signs, receiving, framing, blocking, throwing, fielding bunts, tags and the mental aspects of dealing with pitchers.

Complete details and times for each site, as well as registration forms are available online at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by phoning toll free 866-622-4487. 

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Spring Training: A winter baseball camp in Uncasville, Connecticut

December 23, 2015, Uncasville, Connecticut-- U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training camps are a great way to get your players baseball season started on the right foot.  While others are gathering winter rust, USBA players will be building their skills and improving techniques for the Spring season.  Youth players attending U.S. Baseball Academy sessions get the opportunity to train in the winter, just like the pros.    Winter baseball camps help players stay sharp and start their Spring Baseball season in mid-season form.  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 St. Bernard High School.  Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been training players during the winter months.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2015.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $120 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Uncasville area.

Don’t wait to register.  Many sessions are filling up.  You can register now and pay before the camps starts.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Pre-registration is required. Youth baseball players in grades 1-12 can participate in skill sessions focusing on hitting, pitching, fielding and catching.  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 four or six week camp.

For a list of dates and times for each site, as well as registration forms, go online at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by phoning toll free 866-622-4487.

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Winter baseball camp arrives in Oxford, Michigan

December 23, 2015, Oxford, Michigan-- U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training camps are a great way to get your players baseball season started on the right foot.  While others are gathering winter rust, USBA players will be building their skills and improving techniques for the Spring season.  Youth players attending U.S. Baseball Academy sessions get the opportunity to train in the winter, just like the pros.    Winter baseball camps help players stay sharp and start their Spring Baseball season in mid-season form.  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 Oxford High School.  Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been training players during the winter months.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2015.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $120 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Oxford area.

Don’t wait to register.  Many sessions are filling up.  You can register now and pay before the camps starts.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Pre-registration is required. Youth baseball players in grades 1-12 can participate in skill sessions focusing on hitting, pitching, fielding and catching.  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 four or six week camp.

For a list of dates and times for each site, as well as registration forms, go online at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by phoning toll free 866-622-4487.

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Five Reasons to attend a Winter Baseball Camp in Uncasville, Connecticut

December 14, 2015---The term “winter baseball camp” may seem like an oxymoron, but U.S. Baseball Academy hosts winter instructional baseball camps for nearly 25,000 players each year.  While most baseball players are taking a break or focusing on other sports, winter baseball camps offer participants a chance to improve their game before the spring baseball season starts. Off-season camps enhance player development and give players a chance to learn outside the everyday confines of practice or games.   Here are the top five reasons your player should attend a winter baseball camp. 

  1. Improve your game—instructional baseball camps are a time for players to focus on their strengths and weaknesses.  It’s important for players to set goals for themselves each season and, oftentimes, improving in one area or another is a common goal for players.  Winter instructional camps help players achieve their improvement goals and make gains before a new season starts.
  2. Season Fitness—attending a winter baseball camp helps players get into shape for the spring season.  Most players finish their fall ball season and don’t pick up a bat or glove until spring season rolls around, sometime in March or April.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players get into shape before the season so that players are in mid-season form before the season even starts.  Professional players use “spring training” to get into shape, so why shouldn’t youth players? 
  3. Improve Self Esteem—winter baseball camps are instruction intensive.  Players learn new skills and techniques or refine skills and techniques they may already have.  These new skills improve their self-esteem and help them to feel confident when they start their season.  Since camp settings are educational, players can build confidence outside the normal, sometimes stressful, confines of a game or practice.
  4. “Broaden your horizons”—players can broaden their horizons and learn from instructors they don’t have access to on a regular basis.  Every child is different, so learning a skill (even if they have learned it before) from a different coach may change how a player sees something and the skill or technique may “click” with them, when it previously had not.  Forging new relationships with coaches outside of a player’s daily routine can aid in their social development as well.
  5. Fun—most players that play baseball, do so because it’s fun.  The challenge of learning new skills and the camaraderie of a team make baseball a sport they can enjoy doing.  Winter baseball camps allow players to enjoy the sport they love year round. 

U.S. Baseball Academy takes pride in helping youth players improve their game before the season.  Your local camp will be held at St. Bernard High School in January.  Registration is now under way and, because space is limited, we encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot!  You can register now and pay later.  Sign up for three skills and save $120 off the one skill price!  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more details.

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Spring Training: A winter baseball camp in Albany, Oregon

December 14, 2015, Albany, Oregon-- U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training camps are a great way to get your players baseball season started on the right foot.  While others are gathering winter rust, USBA players will be building their skills and improving techniques for the Spring season.  Youth players attending U.S. Baseball Academy sessions get the opportunity to train in the winter, just like the pros.    Winter baseball camps help players stay sharp and start their Spring Baseball season in mid-season form.  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 Linn Benton Community College.  Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been training players during the winter months.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2015.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $120 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Albany area.

Don’t wait to register.  Many sessions are filling up.  You can register now and pay before the camps starts.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Pre-registration is required. Youth baseball players in grades 1-12 can participate in skill sessions focusing on hitting, pitching, fielding and catching.  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 four or six week camp.

For a list of dates and times for each site, as well as registration forms, go online at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by phoning toll free 866-622-4487.

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Five ways you will benefit from baseball camp in Oxford, Michigan

December 14, 2015---The term “winter baseball camp” may seem like an oxymoron, but U.S. Baseball Academy hosts winter instructional baseball camps for nearly 25,000 players each year.  While most baseball players are taking a break or focusing on other sports, winter baseball camps offer participants a chance to improve their game before the spring baseball season starts. Off-season camps enhance player development and give players a chance to learn outside the everyday confines of practice or games.   Here are the top five reasons your player should attend a winter baseball camp. 

  1. Improve your game—instructional baseball camps are a time for players to focus on their strengths and weaknesses.  It’s important for players to set goals for themselves each season and, oftentimes, improving in one area or another is a common goal for players.  Winter instructional camps help players achieve their improvement goals and make gains before a new season starts.
  2. Season Fitness—attending a winter baseball camp helps players get into shape for the spring season.  Most players finish their fall ball season and don’t pick up a bat or glove until spring season rolls around, sometime in March or April.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players get into shape before the season so that players are in mid-season form before the season even starts.  Professional players use “spring training” to get into shape, so why shouldn’t youth players? 
  3. Improve Self Esteem—winter baseball camps are instruction intensive.  Players learn new skills and techniques or refine skills and techniques they may already have.  These new skills improve their self-esteem and help them to feel confident when they start their season.  Since camp settings are educational, players can build confidence outside the normal, sometimes stressful, confines of a game or practice.
  4. “Broaden your horizons”—players can broaden their horizons and learn from instructors they don’t have access to on a regular basis.  Every child is different, so learning a skill (even if they have learned it before) from a different coach may change how a player sees something and the skill or technique may “click” with them, when it previously had not.  Forging new relationships with coaches outside of a player’s daily routine can aid in their social development as well.
  5. Fun—most players that play baseball, do so because it’s fun.  The challenge of learning new skills and the camaraderie of a team make baseball a sport they can enjoy doing.  Winter baseball camps allow players to enjoy the sport they love year round. 

U.S. Baseball Academy takes pride in helping youth players improve their game before the season.  Your local camp will be held at Oxford High School in February.  Registration is now under way and, because space is limited, we encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot!  You can register now and pay later.  Sign up for three skills and save $120 off the one skill price!  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more details.

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Millbrook, Alabama youth baseball camp announced

December 14, 2015, Millbrook, Alabama--At U.S. Baseball Academy, young players can enjoy a real Spring Training experience.  U.S. Baseball Academy, which operates a national network of affordable hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning camps for players in grades 1 through 12, is pleased to add Mill Creek Baseball Complex to its lineup for the coming winter and spring. Registration is now under way at www.USBaseballAcademy.com.

U.S. Baseball Academy's Spring Training 2016 provides young players with advanced hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning training programs with instruction by the area's top coaches at the area’s top facilities.  Players who choose multiple skills qualify for discounted session prices.  

With a player-coach ratio of 7 to 1, each player gets plenty of individual attention in a small-group atmosphere. In addition to unbeatable instruction by the area's best coaches, players get a preseason tune-up that helps them enter team practice in mid-season form. With numerous age-specific sessions, instruction is specially tailored for each ability level. Overall, it's the type of intense, professional instruction young players just can't get in a summer league.

Since 1988, U.S. Baseball Academy has run hundreds of camps and clinics for thousands of players nationwide. Each week, hitters rotate through a series of supervised stations, including indoor batting cages, with each drill designed to teach a different aspect of hitting. Players enjoy participating in hitting games and specialized stations used by top high school and college programs. The program is designed to improve pitch and strike zone recognition, timing, balance, power, situational hitting, bunting, and other aspects. Pitchers work under the supervision of coaches who can help with all aspects of pitching, from fundamentals and mechanics to more advanced concepts. Drills and repetition will improve a pitcher's speed and control. Our catcher's camp covers all aspects of being behind the plate. Players will get instruction on stance, signs, receiving, framing, blocking, throwing, fielding bunts, tags and the mental aspects of dealing with pitchers.

Complete details and times for each site, as well as registration forms are available online at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by phoning toll free 866-622-4487. 

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Five Reasons to attend a Winter Baseball Camp in Littleton, Colorado

Five Reasons to attend a Winter Baseball Camp in Littleton, Colorado

December 9, 2015---The term “winter baseball camp” may seem like an oxymoron, but U.S. Baseball Academy hosts winter instructional baseball camps for nearly 25,000 players each year.  While most baseball players are taking a break or focusing on other sports, winter baseball camps offer participants a chance to improve their game before the spring baseball season starts. Off-season camps enhance player development and give players a chance to learn outside the everyday confines of practice or games.   Here are the top five reasons your player should attend a winter baseball camp. 

  1. Improve your game—instructional baseball camps are a time for players to focus on their strengths and weaknesses.  It’s important for players to set goals for themselves each season and, oftentimes, improving in one area or another is a common goal for players.  Winter instructional camps help players achieve their improvement goals and make gains before a new season starts.
  2. Season Fitness—attending a winter baseball camp helps players get into shape for the spring season.  Most players finish their fall ball season and don’t pick up a bat or glove until spring season rolls around, sometime in March or April.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players get into shape before the season so that players are in mid-season form before the season even starts.  Professional players use “spring training” to get into shape, so why shouldn’t youth players? 
  3. Improve Self Esteem—winter baseball camps are instruction intensive.  Players learn new skills and techniques or refine skills and techniques they may already have.  These new skills improve their self-esteem and help them to feel confident when they start their season.  Since camp settings are educational, players can build confidence outside the normal, sometimes stressful, confines of a game or practice.
  4. “Broaden your horizons”—players can broaden their horizons and learn from instructors they don’t have access to on a regular basis.  Every child is different, so learning a skill (even if they have learned it before) from a different coach may change how a player sees something and the skill or technique may “click” with them, when it previously had not.  Forging new relationships with coaches outside of a player’s daily routine can aid in their social development as well.
  5. Fun—most players that play baseball, do so because it’s fun.  The challenge of learning new skills and the camaraderie of a team make baseball a sport they can enjoy doing.  Winter baseball camps allow players to enjoy the sport they love year round. 

U.S. Baseball Academy takes pride in helping youth players improve their game before the season.  Your local camp will be held at Littleton High School in January.  Registration is now under way and, because space is limited, we encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot!  You can register now and pay later.  Sign up for three skills and save $120 off the one skill price!  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more details.

 

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Five ways you will benefit from baseball camp in Albany, Oregon

Five Reasons to attend a Winter Baseball Camp in Albany, Oregon

December 9, 2015---The term “winter baseball camp” may seem like an oxymoron, but U.S. Baseball Academy hosts winter instructional baseball camps for nearly 25,000 players each year.  While most baseball players are taking a break or focusing on other sports, winter baseball camps offer participants a chance to improve their game before the spring baseball season starts. Off-season camps enhance player development and give players a chance to learn outside the everyday confines of practice or games.   Here are the top five reasons your player should attend a winter baseball camp. 

  1. Improve your game—instructional baseball camps are a time for players to focus on their strengths and weaknesses.  It’s important for players to set goals for themselves each season and, oftentimes, improving in one area or another is a common goal for players.  Winter instructional camps help players achieve their improvement goals and make gains before a new season starts.
  2. Season Fitness—attending a winter baseball camp helps players get into shape for the spring season.  Most players finish their fall ball season and don’t pick up a bat or glove until spring season rolls around, sometime in March or April.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players get into shape before the season so that players are in mid-season form before the season even starts.  Professional players use “spring training” to get into shape, so why shouldn’t youth players? 
  3. Improve Self Esteem—winter baseball camps are instruction intensive.  Players learn new skills and techniques or refine skills and techniques they may already have.  These new skills improve their self-esteem and help them to feel confident when they start their season.  Since camp settings are educational, players can build confidence outside the normal, sometimes stressful, confines of a game or practice.
  4. “Broaden your horizons”—players can broaden their horizons and learn from instructors they don’t have access to on a regular basis.  Every child is different, so learning a skill (even if they have learned it before) from a different coach may change how a player sees something and the skill or technique may “click” with them, when it previously had not.  Forging new relationships with coaches outside of a player’s daily routine can aid in their social development as well.
  5. Fun—most players that play baseball, do so because it’s fun.  The challenge of learning new skills and the camaraderie of a team make baseball a sport they can enjoy doing.  Winter baseball camps allow players to enjoy the sport they love year round. 

U.S. Baseball Academy takes pride in helping youth players improve their game before the season.  Your local camp will be held at Linn Benton Community College in January.  Registration is now under way and, because space is limited, we encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot!  You can register now and pay later.  Sign up for three skills and save $120 off the one skill price!  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more details.

 

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Athens, Ohio youth baseball camp announced

December 9, 2015, Athens, Ohio-- U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training camps are a great way to get your players baseball season started on the right foot.  While others are gathering winter rust, USBA players will be building their skills and improving techniques for the Spring season.  Youth players attending U.S. Baseball Academy sessions get the opportunity to train in the winter, just like the pros.    Winter baseball camps help players stay sharp and start their Spring Baseball season in mid-season form.  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 Athens High School.  Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been training players during the winter months.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2015.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $120 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Athens area.

Don’t wait to register.  Many sessions are filling up.  You can register now and pay before the camps starts.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Pre-registration is required. Youth baseball players in grades 1-12 can participate in skill sessions focusing on hitting, pitching, fielding and catching.  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 four or six week camp.

For a list of dates and times for each site, as well as registration forms, go online at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by phoning toll free 866-622-4487.

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Five Reasons to attend a Winter Baseball Camp in Newton, Mississippi

Five Reasons to attend a Winter Baseball Camp in Newton, Mississippi

December 9, 2015---The term “winter baseball camp” may seem like an oxymoron, but U.S. Baseball Academy hosts winter instructional baseball camps for nearly 25,000 players each year.  While most baseball players are taking a break or focusing on other sports, winter baseball camps offer participants a chance to improve their game before the spring baseball season starts. Off-season camps enhance player development and give players a chance to learn outside the everyday confines of practice or games.   Here are the top five reasons your player should attend a winter baseball camp. 

  1. Improve your game—instructional baseball camps are a time for players to focus on their strengths and weaknesses.  It’s important for players to set goals for themselves each season and, oftentimes, improving in one area or another is a common goal for players.  Winter instructional camps help players achieve their improvement goals and make gains before a new season starts.
  2. Season Fitness—attending a winter baseball camp helps players get into shape for the spring season.  Most players finish their fall ball season and don’t pick up a bat or glove until spring season rolls around, sometime in March or April.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players get into shape before the season so that players are in mid-season form before the season even starts.  Professional players use “spring training” to get into shape, so why shouldn’t youth players? 
  3. Improve Self Esteem—winter baseball camps are instruction intensive.  Players learn new skills and techniques or refine skills and techniques they may already have.  These new skills improve their self-esteem and help them to feel confident when they start their season.  Since camp settings are educational, players can build confidence outside the normal, sometimes stressful, confines of a game or practice.
  4. “Broaden your horizons”—players can broaden their horizons and learn from instructors they don’t have access to on a regular basis.  Every child is different, so learning a skill (even if they have learned it before) from a different coach may change how a player sees something and the skill or technique may “click” with them, when it previously had not.  Forging new relationships with coaches outside of a player’s daily routine can aid in their social development as well.
  5. Fun—most players that play baseball, do so because it’s fun.  The challenge of learning new skills and the camaraderie of a team make baseball a sport they can enjoy doing.  Winter baseball camps allow players to enjoy the sport they love year round. 

U.S. Baseball Academy takes pride in helping youth players improve their game before the season.  Your local camp will be held at Newton High School in February.  Registration is now under way and, because space is limited, we encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot!  You can register now and pay later.  Sign up for three skills and save $120 off the one skill price!  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more details.

 

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Spring Training: A winter baseball camp in Millbrook, Alabama

December 9, 2015, Millbrook, Alabama-- U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training camps are a great way to get your players baseball season started on the right foot.  While others are gathering winter rust, USBA players will be building their skills and improving techniques for the Spring season.  Youth players attending U.S. Baseball Academy sessions get the opportunity to train in the winter, just like the pros.    Winter baseball camps help players stay sharp and start their Spring Baseball season in mid-season form.  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 Mill Creek Baseball Complex.  Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been training players during the winter months.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2015.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $120 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Montgomery area.

Don’t wait to register.  Many sessions are filling up.  You can register now and pay before the camps starts.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Pre-registration is required. Youth baseball players in grades 1-12 can participate in skill sessions focusing on hitting, pitching, fielding and catching.  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 four or six week camp.

For a list of dates and times for each site, as well as registration forms, go online at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by phoning toll free 866-622-4487.

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Five Reasons to attend a Winter Baseball Camp in Findlay, Ohio

December 3, 2015---The term “winter baseball camp” may seem like an oxymoron, but U.S. Baseball Academy hosts winter instructional baseball camps for nearly 25,000 players each year.  While most baseball players are taking a break or focusing on other sports, winter baseball camps offer participants a chance to improve their game before the spring baseball season starts. Off-season camps enhance player development and give players a chance to learn outside the everyday confines of practice or games.   Here are the top five reasons your player should attend a winter baseball camp. 

  1. Improve your game—instructional baseball camps are a time for players to focus on their strengths and weaknesses.  It’s important for players to set goals for themselves each season and, oftentimes, improving in one area or another is a common goal for players.  Winter instructional camps help players achieve their improvement goals and make gains before a new season starts.
  2. Season Fitness—attending a winter baseball camp helps players get into shape for the spring season.  Most players finish their fall ball season and don’t pick up a bat or glove until spring season rolls around, sometime in March or April.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players get into shape before the season so that players are in mid-season form before the season even starts.  Professional players use “spring training” to get into shape, so why shouldn’t youth players? 
  3. Improve Self Esteem—winter baseball camps are instruction intensive.  Players learn new skills and techniques or refine skills and techniques they may already have.  These new skills improve their self-esteem and help them to feel confident when they start their season.  Since camp settings are educational, players can build confidence outside the normal, sometimes stressful, confines of a game or practice.
  4. “Broaden your horizons”—players can broaden their horizons and learn from instructors they don’t have access to on a regular basis.  Every child is different, so learning a skill (even if they have learned it before) from a different coach may change how a player sees something and the skill or technique may “click” with them, when it previously had not.  Forging new relationships with coaches outside of a player’s daily routine can aid in their social development as well.
  5. Fun—most players that play baseball, do so because it’s fun.  The challenge of learning new skills and the camaraderie of a team make baseball a sport they can enjoy doing.  Winter baseball camps allow players to enjoy the sport they love year round. 

U.S. Baseball Academy takes pride in helping youth players improve their game before the season.  Your local camp will be held at University of Findlay in January.  Registration is now under way and, because space is limited, we encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot!  You can register now and pay later.  Sign up for three skills and save $120 off the one skill price!  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more details.

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Spring Training: A winter baseball camp in Chula Vista, California

December 3, 2015, Chula Vista, California-- U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training camps are a great way to get your players baseball season started on the right foot.  While others are gathering winter rust, USBA players will be building their skills and improving techniques for the Spring season.  Youth players attending U.S. Baseball Academy sessions get the opportunity to train in the winter, just like the pros.    Winter baseball camps help players stay sharp and start their Spring Baseball season in mid-season form.  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 Olympian High School.  Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been training players during the winter months.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2015.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $120 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Chula Vista area.

Don’t wait to register.  Many sessions are filling up.  You can register now and pay before the camps starts.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Pre-registration is required. Youth baseball players in grades 1-12 can participate in skill sessions focusing on hitting, pitching, fielding and catching.  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 four or six week camp.

For a list of dates and times for each site, as well as registration forms, go online at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by phoning toll free 866-622-4487.

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Five ways you will benefit from baseball camp in Dover, Delaware

December 3, 2015---The term “winter baseball camp” may seem like an oxymoron, but U.S. Baseball Academy hosts winter instructional baseball camps for nearly 25,000 players each year.  While most baseball players are taking a break or focusing on other sports, winter baseball camps offer participants a chance to improve their game before the spring baseball season starts. Off-season camps enhance player development and give players a chance to learn outside the everyday confines of practice or games.   Here are the top five reasons your player should attend a winter baseball camp. 

  1. Improve your game—instructional baseball camps are a time for players to focus on their strengths and weaknesses.  It’s important for players to set goals for themselves each season and, oftentimes, improving in one area or another is a common goal for players.  Winter instructional camps help players achieve their improvement goals and make gains before a new season starts.
  2. Season Fitness—attending a winter baseball camp helps players get into shape for the spring season.  Most players finish their fall ball season and don’t pick up a bat or glove until spring season rolls around, sometime in March or April.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players get into shape before the season so that players are in mid-season form before the season even starts.  Professional players use “spring training” to get into shape, so why shouldn’t youth players? 
  3. Improve Self Esteem—winter baseball camps are instruction intensive.  Players learn new skills and techniques or refine skills and techniques they may already have.  These new skills improve their self-esteem and help them to feel confident when they start their season.  Since camp settings are educational, players can build confidence outside the normal, sometimes stressful, confines of a game or practice.
  4. “Broaden your horizons”—players can broaden their horizons and learn from instructors they don’t have access to on a regular basis.  Every child is different, so learning a skill (even if they have learned it before) from a different coach may change how a player sees something and the skill or technique may “click” with them, when it previously had not.  Forging new relationships with coaches outside of a player’s daily routine can aid in their social development as well.
  5. Fun—most players that play baseball, do so because it’s fun.  The challenge of learning new skills and the camaraderie of a team make baseball a sport they can enjoy doing.  Winter baseball camps allow players to enjoy the sport they love year round. 

U.S. Baseball Academy takes pride in helping youth players improve their game before the season.  Your local camp will be held at Impact Sports Facility in January.  Registration is now under way and, because space is limited, we encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot!  You can register now and pay later.  Sign up for three skills and save $120 off the one skill price!  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more details.

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Georgiana, Alabama youth baseball camp announced

December 3, 2015, Georgiana, Alabama--At U.S. Baseball Academy, young players can enjoy a real Spring Training experience.  U.S. Baseball Academy, which operates a national network of affordable hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning camps for players in grades 1 through 12, is pleased to add Georgiana School to its lineup for the coming winter and spring. Registration is now under way at www.USBaseballAcademy.com.

U.S. Baseball Academy's Spring Training 2016 provides young players with advanced hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning training programs with instruction by the area's top coaches at the area’s top facilities.  Players who choose multiple skills qualify for discounted session prices.  

With a player-coach ratio of 7 to 1, each player gets plenty of individual attention in a small-group atmosphere. In addition to unbeatable instruction by the area's best coaches, players get a preseason tune-up that helps them enter team practice in mid-season form. With numerous age-specific sessions, instruction is specially tailored for each ability level. Overall, it's the type of intense, professional instruction young players just can't get in a summer league.

Since 1988, U.S. Baseball Academy has run hundreds of camps and clinics for thousands of players nationwide. Each week, hitters rotate through a series of supervised stations, including indoor batting cages, with each drill designed to teach a different aspect of hitting. Players enjoy participating in hitting games and specialized stations used by top high school and college programs. The program is designed to improve pitch and strike zone recognition, timing, balance, power, situational hitting, bunting, and other aspects. Pitchers work under the supervision of coaches who can help with all aspects of pitching, from fundamentals and mechanics to more advanced concepts. Drills and repetition will improve a pitcher's speed and control. Our catcher's camp covers all aspects of being behind the plate. Players will get instruction on stance, signs, receiving, framing, blocking, throwing, fielding bunts, tags and the mental aspects of dealing with pitchers.

Complete details and times for each site, as well as registration forms are available online at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by phoning toll free 866-622-4487. 

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Winter baseball camp arrives in Littleton, Colorado

December 3, 2015, Littleton, Colorado-- U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training camps are a great way to get your players baseball season started on the right foot.  While others are gathering winter rust, USBA players will be building their skills and improving techniques for the Spring season.  Youth players attending U.S. Baseball Academy sessions get the opportunity to train in the winter, just like the pros.    Winter baseball camps help players stay sharp and start their Spring Baseball season in mid-season form.  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 Littleton High School.  Since its inception in 1989, U.S. Baseball Academy has been training players during the winter months.  Nearly 22,000 players took advantage of these offseason training sessions in 2015.   Players of all ages and abilities are eligible for sessions starting in December and January. Use our Triple Play discount and save $120 on 3 skills. Each clinic is tailored for travel teams, senior leagues, high school and serious little league players in the Littleton area.

Don’t wait to register.  Many sessions are filling up.  You can register now and pay before the camps starts.  Space is limited by a low player-coach ratio. Pre-registration is required. Youth baseball players in grades 1-12 can participate in skill sessions focusing on hitting, pitching, fielding and catching.  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 four or six week camp.

For a list of dates and times for each site, as well as registration forms, go online at www.USBaseballAcademy.com or by phoning toll free 866-622-4487.

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Five Reasons to attend a Winter Baseball Camp in Folsom, California

December 3, 2015---The term “winter baseball camp” may seem like an oxymoron, but U.S. Baseball Academy hosts winter instructional baseball camps for nearly 25,000 players each year.  While most baseball players are taking a break or focusing on other sports, winter baseball camps offer participants a chance to improve their game before the spring baseball season starts. Off-season camps enhance player development and give players a chance to learn outside the everyday confines of practice or games.   Here are the top five reasons your player should attend a winter baseball camp. 

  1. Improve your game—instructional baseball camps are a time for players to focus on their strengths and weaknesses.  It’s important for players to set goals for themselves each season and, oftentimes, improving in one area or another is a common goal for players.  Winter instructional camps help players achieve their improvement goals and make gains before a new season starts.
  2. Season Fitness—attending a winter baseball camp helps players get into shape for the spring season.  Most players finish their fall ball season and don’t pick up a bat or glove until spring season rolls around, sometime in March or April.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players get into shape before the season so that players are in mid-season form before the season even starts.  Professional players use “spring training” to get into shape, so why shouldn’t youth players? 
  3. Improve Self Esteem—winter baseball camps are instruction intensive.  Players learn new skills and techniques or refine skills and techniques they may already have.  These new skills improve their self-esteem and help them to feel confident when they start their season.  Since camp settings are educational, players can build confidence outside the normal, sometimes stressful, confines of a game or practice.
  4. “Broaden your horizons”—players can broaden their horizons and learn from instructors they don’t have access to on a regular basis.  Every child is different, so learning a skill (even if they have learned it before) from a different coach may change how a player sees something and the skill or technique may “click” with them, when it previously had not.  Forging new relationships with coaches outside of a player’s daily routine can aid in their social development as well.
  5. Fun—most players that play baseball, do so because it’s fun.  The challenge of learning new skills and the camaraderie of a team make baseball a sport they can enjoy doing.  Winter baseball camps allow players to enjoy the sport they love year round. 

U.S. Baseball Academy takes pride in helping youth players improve their game before the season.  Your local camp will be held at Folsom High School in January.  Registration is now under way and, because space is limited, we encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot!  You can register now and pay later.  Sign up for three skills and save $120 off the one skill price!  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more details.

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Five ways you will benefit from baseball camp in New Paris, Ohio

December 3, 2015---The term “winter baseball camp” may seem like an oxymoron, but U.S. Baseball Academy hosts winter instructional baseball camps for nearly 25,000 players each year.  While most baseball players are taking a break or focusing on other sports, winter baseball camps offer participants a chance to improve their game before the spring baseball season starts. Off-season camps enhance player development and give players a chance to learn outside the everyday confines of practice or games.   Here are the top five reasons your player should attend a winter baseball camp. 

  1. Improve your game—instructional baseball camps are a time for players to focus on their strengths and weaknesses.  It’s important for players to set goals for themselves each season and, oftentimes, improving in one area or another is a common goal for players.  Winter instructional camps help players achieve their improvement goals and make gains before a new season starts.
  2. Season Fitness—attending a winter baseball camp helps players get into shape for the spring season.  Most players finish their fall ball season and don’t pick up a bat or glove until spring season rolls around, sometime in March or April.  U.S. Baseball Academy’s Spring Training program helps players get into shape before the season so that players are in mid-season form before the season even starts.  Professional players use “spring training” to get into shape, so why shouldn’t youth players? 
  3. Improve Self Esteem—winter baseball camps are instruction intensive.  Players learn new skills and techniques or refine skills and techniques they may already have.  These new skills improve their self-esteem and help them to feel confident when they start their season.  Since camp settings are educational, players can build confidence outside the normal, sometimes stressful, confines of a game or practice.
  4. “Broaden your horizons”—players can broaden their horizons and learn from instructors they don’t have access to on a regular basis.  Every child is different, so learning a skill (even if they have learned it before) from a different coach may change how a player sees something and the skill or technique may “click” with them, when it previously had not.  Forging new relationships with coaches outside of a player’s daily routine can aid in their social development as well.
  5. Fun—most players that play baseball, do so because it’s fun.  The challenge of learning new skills and the camaraderie of a team make baseball a sport they can enjoy doing.  Winter baseball camps allow players to enjoy the sport they love year round. 

U.S. Baseball Academy takes pride in helping youth players improve their game before the season.  Your local camp will be held at National Trail High School in February.  Registration is now under way and, because space is limited, we encourage you to sign up today to reserve your spot!  You can register now and pay later.  Sign up for three skills and save $120 off the one skill price!  Visit www.usbaseballacademy.com for more details.

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