Paul Hoover

Have you ever wondered what sets apart a major league catcher from those who don't make it? 

During Paul's major league career, he caught former Cy Young award winners Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Pedro Martinez. 
In order to become a major league baseball player, you must have a much higher understanding of the game than to reach the college or minor league level.  Everyone is extremely talented, they all have great throwing arms and they can all hit. 

The only way to learn about what sets apart a major league player is to spend time with and learn from him.  He will teach you the finer points of catching on subjects including:
  • Footwork
  • Receiving
  • Throwing
  • Blocking
  • Calling a game
Plus specialty skills such as the PROPER ways to:
  • Block the plate (from a runner)
  • Catch a pop-up
  • Make a play on a bunt
  • Earn your pitcher more close strikes
  • Make a force play at the plate
  • Turn a 1-2-3 double play
Plus mental awareness on subjects such as:
  • Read a hitter's swing and stance
  • Find a hole in a hitters swing
  • Helping a pitcher's in-game mechanics

Special Rates

                                                                    Members       Non-Members

                                                          (10% discount)

30 minute session                               $67.50                 $75

45 minute session                               $103.50               $115

60 minute session                               $135.00               $150

Package Rates

                                                         Members   Non-Members

4 - 30 minute sessions                        $202.50          $225

4 - 45 minute sessions                        $306.00          $340

4 - 60 minute sessions                        $405.00          $450

4 – 45 minute tandem sessions         $423.00          $470

4 – 60 minute tandem sessions         $567.00          $630

      (Includes 2 students, 50% each.  Tandem is scheduled by one of the two students and each student must be able to commit to consistent, identical schedules each week)