Baseball Classes

Baseball classes use drills and games specially designed to teach 2-6yrs skills like hitting, catching and throwing. In our baseball classes children learn the basics with a focus on developing a love of the game in a fun and safe environment.

Baseball 2

2yrs

Introduction baseball classes for children aged two. Weekly drills and games introduce base running, overhand throwing, holding the bat correctly and fielding ground balls. Our experienced coaches lay a solid technical foundation while keeping sessions fun. Classes require parental participation and are limited to 6 participants.

Baseball 3/4

3 - 4yrs

Baseball basics for kids aged three and four. During the weekly sessions we introduce 'point, step and throw' overhand throwing, proper hitting stance, level swing to hit off the tee, progressing to hitting a coach pitched ball and two handed fielding. We lay a solid technical foundation and keep it fun. Classes require some parental participation and are limited to 6 participants.

Baseball 5/6

5 - 6yrs

Baseball sessions for children aged five and six. At this level our classes use drills and games to introduce the skills and advance their mechanics to achieve additional power and build distance in hitting, throwing and fielding. Classes require limited parental involvement and are limited to 6 participants.

Baseball classes are offered as a year round opportunity for children to get introduced to the game of baseball. It is expected that in time our players will progress and play Little League indoors with us, or join one of the many local baseball organizations where they can play in the summer; Ancaster Little LeagueAlexander Park Minor SportsBinbrook Minor BaseballDundas Little LeagueEast Mountain BaseballGourley Park Community BaseballHamilton CardinalsMahoney Bears BaseballStoney Creek Optimist BaseballWaterdown Minor Baseball and West Mountain Baseball.

In addition we offer clinics in fall and winter for children playing outdoors in the summer and who want to continue playing and improve their game. Off season clinics include pitching clinics and Prospects (all position) training.