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Roxbury Latin Baseball Clinic

In our four-day baseball clinic, athletes will engage in daily strength and conditioning, learning proper stretching techniques and building strength and efficiency through plyometrics and speed training. Players will break up into small groups for fundamental work with a focus on throwing and hitting techniques, guaranteeing individual attention and real-time feedback from our knowledgeable coaching staff. Our clinic also includes frequent video breakdowns and game situations. Throughout the program, athletes will develop strength and speed, and hone fielding and position play, to set them up for success in their coming seasons.

Our staff is led by Dave Cataruzolo, Roxbury Latin’s head varsity baseball coach and former assistant baseball coach at Trinity College. Coach Cataruzolo has also served as Trinity’s head hockey coach and Director of Hockey Operations at Harvard University, and is currently head varsity hockey coach at Roxbury Latin. Joining him will be collegiate and high school varsity baseball players.

This clinic is packed with drills and focused positional work, but there is also plenty of time for fun. Each day includes free time built in for active games like kickball or soccer. The final day of our clinic caps off a great week of baseball with competitive games focused on hitting, fielding, and throwing accuracy. Beat Coach Cat and you get your money back for the week! (Disclaimer: This last part is not true but you’re welcome to try to beat him anyway.)

The Logistics: This clinic runs for four days, Monday through Thursday. Lunch will be provided each day. Extended day options are available for an additional cost beginning at 8 a.m. and ending at 4:30 p.m. During morning and afternoon extended day, students are able to request activities ranging from quiet projects to physical activity; our intimate size allows us to customize this time for the group each day.

For: Boys, ages 10-16

Weeks Available: July 15-18, 2019

Time: 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.

Cost: $399

 

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