Coach Todd is going to teach you everything you need to know about the fundamental skills performed by catchers of all skill and experience levels.
He will cover, in detail, the fundamentals of proper stances utilized by catchers, receiving technique, throwing mechanics and blocking form. As well as all of the "special plays" performed by catchers including tag plays, force plays, bunt plays, pop ups and retrieving wild pitches.
Drills, exercises and techniques to help catchers block everything and be "a wall" that lets nothing get by and will also teach the most important skill of receiving the ball and sticking the pitch!
Drills, exercises and techniques to help you drop your pop and get you to a sub 2.0 pop time!
My son and I have been begging for instruction of this type for quite some time. We can not express our gratitude for the time he was able to spend with you and your staff. It will prove to be invaluable to his growth as a player and even more importantly as a person.
It has been quite some time since I have left a baseball event with Corbyn and he had that ear-to-ear smile on his face. He talked non-stop about what he learned and quite frankly, was ready for much more.
Your message about working everyday seems to have resonated with him. He has always been driven to be the best he can, but this camp has taken it to another level. For that, that I say thank you from the bottom of my heart!
This is exactly what I was looking for when I signed him up! Memories like this are priceless!
My son attended your camp in November and something you said really hit home. He has always been a hard working kid when working with coaches and instructors, but rarely took the initiative to work on stuff on his own. You told the boys to try to spend at least an hour a day working on something "baseball" related, if they really wanted to see huge improvements. Well, he took that to heart and made it a point to get his work in everyday. As a parent it is great to see that kind of work ethic. For him it is paying off.
For both his high school team and his summer team it looks like he has won the starting position as a freshman. Going into the off season he was aprehensive about moving up to high school ball, but he put in the work to get comfortable and better. I asked him if he was nervous as I sent him off for his first practice, his response was "No I'm ready". I just wanted to thank you for that!
While he sees the payoff now in the sport, we as parents see a huge life lesson...hard work, perseverance, and dedication pays off.
Thanks for being a role model with great advice for these younger guys! Keep up the great work.
Get information on how to drop your pop, stick the pitch, be a wall, and much more! And by the way, you will also have access to ME, "The Catching Guy," so I can help guide you along the way and answer any questions that may pop up for you during your training.