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January Clinics (Hitting, Catching, MIF) @ Power Alley in Fullerton

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January Clinics (Hitting, Catching, MIF) @ Power Alley in Fullerton
Author: TromblyBaseball (3,329 Posts) Posted: 12/30/11 5:13:55 PM Views: 9675
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Trombly Baseball is now located inside of the Power Alley batting cages in Fullerton. At 20,000 square feet Power Alley is the largest dedicated indoor baseball/softball batting cage/training facility in Southern California. Our office is located inside the facility and all of our teams will train there.

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Power Alley
1430 E. Walnut Avenue
Fullerton, CA 92831
Poweralley.net
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We are hosting several clinics this January at Power Alley. See below for more info:


--Hitting Clinics--

Instruction will include tee work, soft toss and live batting practice to improve the players swing and overall hitting approach.

Hitting Clinic #1.....Jan 17, 2012
Cost: $50 per player
Time: 6-7:30 pm
Players ages 6-13 years old
This clinic is limited to a maximum of 12 players!

Hitting Clinic #2.....Jan 24, 2012
Cost: $50 per player
Time: 7-8:30 pm
Players ages 14-18 years old
This clinic is limited to a maximum of 12 players!



--Catching Clinics--

Instruction will address: receiving, blocking, throwing, fielding, handling pitchers and calling the game.

Catching Clinic #1.....Jan 18, 2012
Cost: $50 per player
Time: 6-7:30 pm
Players ages 6-13 years old
This clinic is limited to a maximum of 10 players!

Catching Clinic #2.....Jan 25, 2012
Cost: $50 per player
Time: 7-8:30 pm
Players ages 14-18 years old
This clinic is limited to a maximum of 10 players!



--Middle INF Clinics--

Instruction will address: Footwork, Ground Ball Fundamentals, Double Plays, Holding Runners, Quick Hands, Backhand/Forehand, etc.

Middle INF Clinic #1.....Jan 19, 2012
Cost: $50 per player
Time: 6-7:30 pm
Players ages 6-13 years old
This clinic is limited to a maximum of 8 players!

Middle INF Clinic #2.....Jan 26, 2012
Cost: $50 per player
Time: 7-8:30 pmPlayers ages 14-18 years old
This clinic is limited to a maximum of 6 players!


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Trombly Baseball Clinic Instructors


Steve Trombly is the director of the Trombly Baseball Academy. He has helped over 300 players move on to college baseball and over 90 move on to professional baseball, including 8 players currently in the major leagues.

Travis Denker is a 2B currently playing in the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. He has played professional baseball for 8 years and made his MLB debut in 2008 with the San Francisco Giants.

Taylor Krick is a C/UTL player in the Miami Marlins organization and this season will be his 4th year in professional baseball. He played college baseball at Long Beach State.

Thomas Phelps is currently an assistant coach for the Loara HS varsity baseball team. He played 3 years at Whittier College and then played 4 years of professional baseball in the Baltimore Orioles organization.

George Chace is currently the head JV coach at Huntington Beach HS. He played college baseball at Grand View University in Iowa and then played independent professional baseball in the Continental League.
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To register or for more info please contact Steve Trombly at steve@tromblybaseball.com






(Last edited on 2011-12-30 17:20:18 by TromblyBaseball)


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