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Spring Training: Little League

SPRING TRAINING 2015

We offer this 8 week program during the winter and spring seasons. The first session will run from January to the end of February. Second session will start the beginning of March and end the last week in April.
During the 8 weeks, we focus on the total development of the hitter and pitcher by incorporating the advantage of training with and learning from this area’s top professional instructors. Hitting skills will be through a one of a kind circuit training system. Students will be guided through the stations in groups of 2 or 3 according to age or ability. The stations will include batting machines, soft toss machines, and “live arm” batting practice. Video analysis will also be incorporated.

BASEBALL/SOFTBALL HITTING GROUPS:  SPRING TIMES AND DAYS

DAY START DATE CLASS TIME
Tuesday Jan. 6, 2015  6pm-7pm
Wednesday Jan. 7, 2015  6pm-7pm
 Friday  Jan. 9, 2015  6pm-7pm  /  7pm-8pm
Saturday  Jan. 10, 2015 6pm-7pm

 

 BASEBALL PITCHING GROUPS:
DAY START DATE CLASS TIME
Monday Jan. 5, 2015  7pm-8pm
 Tuesday Jan. 6, 2015  6pm-7pm   /   7pm-8pm
Wednesday Jan. 7, 2015  7pm-8pm ADVANCED PITCHING  $250 *
Thursday Jan. 8, 2015  6pm-7pm   /   7pm-8pm
Friday Jan. 9, 2015  6pm-7pm   /   7pm-8pm
Monday Jan. 5, 2015  6:30pm-7:30pm FIELDING ONLY
Thursday Jan. 8, 2015  7pm-8pm  CATCHING ONLY

ADVANCED PITCHING:

Brian Sweeney former Major League pitcher & current Phillies Minor League Pitching Coach will be teaching this class

Babe Ruth ages only ~~ $250 per person

 

 

 
 

Testimonials

Our son has had the good fortune to have Nick Davey as
his pitching coach here at All Stars Academy. Although only with Nick a short
time, our son’s improvement has been tremendous. The pitching lessons are not
“cookie cutter” lessons – each week the lesson is distinctive, with
special emphasis on our son’s need as a pitcher. During the lesson there is a
discussion about mechanics, game strategies and the mental aspects of the game.
Nick doesn’t just talk at our son-he involves our son in discussion,
encouraging him to capitalize on his strengths, analyze his weaknesses, and to
strive to better himself each and every week. There has even been occasion for
throwing to “live batters” which uniquely couples working on
mechanics as well as game tactics. We are truly happy with our experience with
Nick Davey and All Stars Academy.

Darlene & George Powers, Colonie, NY