Each session is open to any and all players but is limited on a first come, first served basis to ensure a good participant-to-coach ratio and to protect the quality of the experience. Age groups of clinic participants can range from freshmen to seniors in high school. Each group session will be limited to the first 30 participants to sign up.
The University of Minnesota baseball coaching staff will be on hand to work with participants on all areas of the Division I game including, but not limited to individualized pitching and hitting instruction as well as defensive mechanics and fundamentals for each position player. Each clinic will offer a new and exciting lesson plan as participants will have the experience to feel what it's like to be a Golden Gopher baseball student-athlete working on the same drills, techniques and fundamentals that have produced the all-time winningest program in Big Ten history. Participants will have access to video analysis, pitch recognition software, on-field BP, individualized and personal one-on-one instruction from one of the country's most prestigious Division I baseball staffs.
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