Little League International, Baseball Factory to Host Youth Clinic and Skills Challenge
The Little League Youth Clinic & Skills Challenge, powered by Baseball Factory, will take place on Sunday, October 4th, 2009 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, home of the Little League Baseball World Series. There will be two clinics, scheduled to begin at 9 am or 1 pm at Volunteer Stadium. The Little League Youth Clinic & Skills Challenge is a one-day instructional workout exclusive for Little League Baseball players League Age 11-12. The workout will include training on various aspects of the game including hitting, fielding, pitching, catching and base running.
Baseball Factory is the Exclusive and Official Player Development Partner of Little League Baseball. Together the organizations will provide Little League members with new opportunities to develop their skills and increase their success both on and off the field. “We have nothing but respect and admiration for Little League International,” said Steve Sclafani, CEO and Founder of Baseball Factory. “As the leader in our respective field as well, we will work with Little League International to encourage sportsmanship, fair play and teamwork while developing the skills of each player in order to promote future on-field success. We will work with the Little League players to develop their skills and ultimately guide them on their path to college baseball and beyond.”
During the Little League Youth Clinic & Skills Challenge, players will take part in a four-hour on-field workout conducted by Baseball Factory coaches. In addition to the instruction provided by Baseball Factory coaches, players will also receive an unbiased evaluation of their ability and leave the event with a greater understanding of their individual strengths and weaknesses. As the nation’s leader in player development, Baseball Factory’s goal is for all players to leave the event with not only an evaluation but a better understanding of how to improve as a baseball player.
Since 1994, Baseball Factory has helped over 25,000 players reach their dream of playing college baseball. In addition, over 2,500 players have been drafted and 216 have gone on to play in the majors. For more information on the Little League Youth Clinic and Skills Challenge, please visit www.baseballfactory.com or www.littleleague.org. Players and parents can also call 800.641.4487 to speak with a Baseball Factory representative about the event.