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U.S. Baseball Academy

  • Program Address:

    225 Locations in 42 States
    LA, TX, OH, WI and more
    Los Angeles, California 90025

    Tel:
    Phone: 502-244-4090
    Fax:
    Fax: 502-244-4096
    Toll Free:
    Toll Free: 866-622-4487
  • Winter Address:

    13121 Eastpoint Park Blvd.
    Louisville, Kentucky 40223

Directors: Marc Hoffman

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 announce the opening of registration for the coming winter and spring training camps. Registration is under way on our website. For more than 25 years, US Baseball Academy has been getting players ready for their seasons by providing quality instruction at an affordable price. U.S. Baseball Academy's Spring Training program 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.

U.S. Baseball Academy's Spring Training program will be held at nearly 225 sites across the United States during winter/spring, and 50 + locations during the summer. Locations include Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, Louisville, Evansville, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Phoenix, Seattle, San Diego, Orlando, Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, St. Louis, Nashville, New York City, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, and Kansas City to name a few. A complete list of locations and dates can be found on our website. With a low player-coach ratio, 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.

Registration deadlines are approximately six weeks before each session begins, but last year's camps sold out much earlier. Because of the low player-coach ratio, spots in each session are limited. Complete details and times for each site, as well as registration forms are available on our website or by phoning our toll free number.

  • Directors:
    Marc Hoffman
  • Founded:
    1988
  • Gender:
    Co-Educational
  • Maximum age:
    18
  • Minimum age:
    6
  • Nearest city:
    Multiple Locations (225 in 42 states)

Activities

  • Team Building
  • Athletic Training
  • Hitting
  • Field/baserunning
  • Pitching Sessions
  • Catching Sessions
  • Professional Instruction
  • Batting cages
  • Situational hitting
  • bunting
  • Fielding drills
  • Rundowns drills
  • Footwork drills
  • Communication drills
  • Game Situation drills
  • Outfielding Drills
  • Infielding drills
  • Sliding drills
  • Leadoff drills
  • Stealing bases drills
  • Throwing drills
  • Speed drills
  • Blocking and Framing drills
  • Reading the pitcher drills


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