San Francisco, California
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Calling All NYO Baseball Players!! Get Ready for the Spring Season!!
9th Annual NYO Baseball Spring Training Clinic
Get a head start on the 2014 season by joining us on Saturday, January 18th when Coach Jeff Woolverton and NYO Baseball host the 9th Annual Spring Training Clinic for players 12 & under.
The clinic will be at NYO and is a GREAT way to get the bats warm and the arms loose before tryouts. Your ballplayer will receive top instruction and a head start on the 2014 season!
11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. for ages 7 - 9
2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. for ages 10-12
The clinics will be led by Jeff Woolverton, longtime Bronco and NYO Titans coach along with top instructors from NYO. Clinic groups have been reduced this year to focus on individual instruction. Space is limited and this clinic has sold out quickly each of the last eight years. The clinic will emphasize throwing, fielding, base running and hitting.
The cost of the clinic is $50
PLEASE SELECT YOUR CLINIC BASED ON THE AGE OF YOUR CHILD AS OF MAY 1ST
In case of bad weather the clinic will move to Sunday the 19th, same times.
Please wear proper baseball attire; baseball pants, belt, hat, cleats, protective cup, batting helmet.
When & Where
Jeff Woolverton | Woolverton Sports Academy
Jeff Woolverton is one of NYO Baseball’s most successful and respected coaches. He has been coaching youth baseball for 13 years and brings knowledge, commitment and fun to the sport. He stresses proper fundamentals and having fun while learning the game the right way.
Jeff coaches the Bronco Yankees and the NYO Titans 12U summer team and he is also the coordinator for player development for NYO. Over the years, he has coached NYO’s 9U All-Star team winning 2 State titles and for the past eight seasons, he has coached in the most competitive league (Bronco) and won or played for the championship the last 7 seasons.
When Jeff is not coaching NYO Baseball, he is producting sports segments at CBS Altanta. Jeff is married and has two beautiful daughters who he hopes will play youth baseball when they are old enough.