CSBC and Primal Baseball are teaming up to run a one day pitching clinic at Kimball Union Academy Barn. Between the two coaches there is over 6 years of Division 1 baseball playing experience and 15 years of coaching experience. We aim to bring the best pitching instruction the Upper Valley has ever had. This is a great opportunity for players 9-12 and 13+ to get exceptional knowledge and coaching before they start ramping up for the spring season. We are hoping you can send this out to your players and contacts!
We will cover:
- The proper way to warm up and explain why it is so important for pitchers.
- Proper throwing routine to get the arm ready to throw in game
- Proper mechanics to throw safely, and effectively to optimize performance and velocity.
- How to consistently throw strikes and the common flaws that cause pitchers to be “wild”
Meet the Coaches-
Coach Chad- Coach Chad has been coaching for the last 11 years after he ended his playing career at Division 1 school Delaware State University. Coach Chad has worked with over 150 college baseball players and 15 MLB Draft picks. He has worked with individual colleges with throwing programs, mechanics, and development.
Coach Jordy- Coach Jordy has been coaching and giving private lessons for the last 5+ years, while dominating the college baseball world. He was a 1st team All-American at Babson and D1 first team All-New England at Northeastern University. He was also 1st team all Cape-Cod League and Cape Cod New England Player of the Year. He is currently training to play professional baseball this upcoming season.
Location- Kimball Union Academy Barn- 7 Campus Center Dr, Meriden N.H. 03770
Time- Ages 9-12 11:00-12:30
Ages 13+ 1:00-2:30
Registration- please fill out this form https://forms.gle/eaW23MTCXbVt3PpA7
Registration is now open for our 2023 Summer developmental Skills Program. Major (Grades 5 and 6), Minor (Grades 3 and 4), Rookie (Grades 1 and 2) and Quickball (grades K and under). We are trying to have all leagues open for the summer, but will need to see what we get registered for both players and coaches before we can open any league.
Babe Ruth and 10U All-stars will receive separate e-mails from their coaches about registering foe these teams which have already been determined.
To provide a healthy environment for the youth of our communities. Our focus is to encourage participation, develop character and discipline, promote teamwork and advocate being a good sportsman with community pride. We strive to provide quality instruction in the development of baseball skills. We are committed to enriching the lives of our youth and fostering a love for the game.
Lebanon Little League, Inc., doing business as Lebanon Youth Baseball Association, LYBA, is an association formed to provide instructional baseball to boys and girls ages 3-12, grades preschool to sixth. A child wishing to participate in LYBA’s regular season must have at least one parent or legal guardian that resides in Lebanon, West Lebanon, Plainfield, Meriden, Enfield, Canaan, Dorchester, and Orange New Hampshire. All children in the local area are welcome to play in our Summer Sandlot Developmental Leagues. This would include Lebanon, West Lebanon, Plainfield, Enfield, Canaan, Dorchester, Orange and Grantham, New Hampshire; as well as Hartford, and Norwich, Vermont, provided there are no similar programs in their town.
After 2 seasons of Covid 19 pandemic restrictions Lebanon Youth baseball was proud to kick off the 2022 season with their traditional opening day parade and festivities. Players from all levels, Majors, Minors, Rookies, and Quick ball began their morning meeting in the parking lot of Storrs Hill. With the Lebanon Police and Fire department leading the way, players, coaches and marched from Storrs Hill to Logan field. Players lined the infield of Logan as newly instated association president Roger Gillies gave the opening speech givining thanks to the volunteers and commnuity for making the league a success.
Festivites for the day included Quick Ball players taking the field for instruction at Logan Field. Rookies headed over to newly surfaced Smith field for a fun day of round robin games and a BBQ. Minors took the field at Logan at 1pm where the Lebanon Red Sox took on the Lebanon Giants. Majors had the day off after a busy week of games with cross town teams, Dresden, Norwich, and Hartford.