Pitching Programs (baseball)

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Learn to throw a curve ball (breaking pitch) (ages 13 and over)

Throwing curve balls and other breaking pitches is imperative fopr success in high school.  This course will teach the pitchers the secrets to manipulating the baseball and is usually the difference between a pitcher who struggles to get mound time at the Varsity level and those who the coach trusts to get key outs. This twice per week program will offer the oportunity to throw to live hitters towards the end of the course.

Tuition:  $160 for 8 sessions

Schedule - Thursdays and Sundays
Thursdays from 8:30 -9:30 - January 28th, Febraury 4th, 11th, 18th
Sundays from 4:00 - 5:00 - January 31st, February 7th, 14th, 18th

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Advanced Youth Pitcher's VELOCITY Program (ages 14 and under)

This baseball pitchers program is run by Jimmy Summers, Jonathan Kountis and Keith Lowe and will cover mechanics, strength and proper conditioning.  The student will learn how to improve his pitch effectiveness by learning how to correct his own mechanics.  The students will work on developing their "stuff" through proper mechanics and by learning to feel how to throw nastier pitches.  The students who work hard will also gain velocity through better mechanics and advanced strength training.  Upon completing the course, the students will have gained:

  • better understanding of manipulating the baseball
  • better understanding of their own mechanics
  • better warm up and stretching routine
  • conditioning, strength
  • strike throwing ability
  • keys to fixing their mechanics in games
  • better understanding of pitch selection
  • MOST IMPORTANTLY - they will learn a routine for continuing the gains that they make during the program





This baseball pitchers program is run by Jimmy Summers and one assistant and will cover mechanics and defense.  The student will also learn the basic fundamentals of playing the position.  The student will learn the rules for a pitcher (ie what they can and cannot do on the pitching rubber), and the responsibilities of the pitcher as a defender.  Upon completing the course, the students will have gained: 

  • strength
  • conditioning
  • strike throwing ability
  • grips
  • keys to fixing their mechanics in games
  • better understanding of pitch selection
  • ability to hold runners
  • fundamentals of bunt coverage
  • first base coverage
  • back-up responsibilities

All of these gains will lead to the most important result; getting batters out!