The Throwers Class is for both pitchers and position players, in baseball and softball.
This class will not only work on mechanics and strengthening the arm to build throwing velocity, but also properly warming up and cooling down athletes so that recovery and safety are highly prioritized in the development process.
See below for listing of baseball or softball programs.
If a class has already started, we offer prorated enrollment if space is available. Please contact us to inquire.)
Pitching Clinic (Softball)
Saturday, Jan 15, 2022, 9:30 - 11:30 AM
$75 per player
For Ages 7-17. Led by Lindsey Larkin and Mia Henderson, the clinic is designed to improve a pitcher’s skills such as: accuracy on all pitches, proper mechanics, pitch movement and other basic information.
School tryouts are on the week of February 7. This 4-week program is designed for pitchers looking to get an edge on their competition come the school season. This program won’t only get you ready physically, but will also breakdown the mental side of pitching. Limited space in program to maximize results.
School tryouts are on the week of February 7. This program is designed for position players looking to make an impact on their school team this spring. This 4 week program includes sports performance training, in-cage hitting, and defensive work, all run by professional coaches. Limited space in program to maximize results.
90 minutes for 9 weeks! A great opportunity to have your 6, 7 or 8-year-old get started on the correct softball path. Our coaches will teach your child the proper softball fundamentals. Players will have an opportunity to participate in drills, increase softball IQ, and build confidence for their upcoming seasons.
Groups/Ages: Beginner & Intermediate (8-11 years old) / Advanced (12-15 years old)
** Limited to 6 Pitchers & 6 Catchers for each group **
Beginner / Intermediate group:Introducing players to the fundamentals of pitching while developing skills and techniques. Catchers will get familiar with the catchers stance, basics fundamentals & glove work.
Advanced group: Advanced pitching, covering techniques for throwing a variety of pitches. Catchers will be learning and perfecting framing, throwing, and calling pitches.
A hitting class that covers the fundamentals of “small ball game”. This includes bunting, slapping & dragging hitting techniques, when to use them and how to take advantage. Small ball hitting will concentrate on hitting techniques that allow the player to execute the hitting style necessary.
Infield instruction that will challenge the player to go to the next level. Each class will implement infield techniques that cover glove and foot work, scenario play & the basic mechanics of field at each base. Players will get experience at each base while focusing on their specific positions.
Outfield work that include fielding techniques, glove work and receiving various hits. Each player will work on scenario plays, getting the ball into the infield quickly and cut offs. These athletes will learn tips and techniques to dominate the outfield.
For beginning to intermediate players. Our professional coaches will work to advance the continuing of learning of the game. Fundamentals and intermediate skills are taught through instruction, drills, and activities that reinforce the intended outcomes. Build your players confidence and take their game to the next level.
REFUND & CANCELLATION POLICY: Program Refund & Cancellation Policy: All programs are non-refundable within 2 weeks from the start date of the program. There will be no check/credit card refunds within 2 weeks of program start date or after the program has started; a credit onto your Diamond & Aces account will be given for future use.
If classes or programs are cancelled due to low enrollment by Diamond & Aces, participants will be given a refund.
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Diamond and Aces
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