Similar to our Fall season, the SYBSA Winter Clinics will focus primarily on fun practices and skill development. All clinics take place at Dirt Dawg Sports in Canton, located at 40 Industrial Drive.
We are excitied to offer a 6-week Winter Training program, catching clinics and pitching clinics - all offerings have limited slots available.
Winter Training Program
We are excited to be partnering with Dirt Dawgs Sports in Stoughton to provide Indoor Baseball Training for the winter season. Over the course of 6weeks, their experienced and knowledgeable instructors will cover hitting, fielding, and throwing. Players will need their own helmets, bats, and gloves. Helmets and bats can be provided by SYBSA if needed.
There will be a maximum of 30 players allowed for each session.
Sessions will be January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, and Feb. 6, following this schedule:
***We are looking for a small number of volunteers to help with the clinics so the instructors can make the most of their time and focus on the players.***
Catching Clinic (Grades 3rd through 8th)
Over the course of 4weekends, the Dirt Dawgs Sports experienced and knowledgeable instructor(s) will cover different aspects of catching which may include stances, receiving, blocking, throwing (arm motion and mechanics on throws to the bases), all fielding skills and proper stretching and conditioning. From the most experienced backstop to the novice, each catcher will be held to a standard that parallels their own skill level, ensuring that every student gets exactly what they need out of each session.
Sharon Baseball/Softball Catching Session 1 - 5 players max
Sundays Jan 9, 16, 23, 30 - 10:30-11:30am
Sharon Baseball/Softball Catching Session 2 - 5 players max
Mondays Feb 7, 14, 21, 28 - 6:00-7:00pm
Sharon Baseball/Softball Catching Session 3 - 5 players max
Mondays March 7, 14, 21, 28 - 6:00 - 7:00pm
***Gear can be provided by SYBSA if needed.***
Pitching Clinic (Ages 7-10 and 11+)
Over the course of 4 weekends, their experienced and knowledgeable instructors will cover different aspects of pitching to get you ready for the spring season! Players will progress each week from breaking down mechanics through drill work. Small groups ensure that each player will receive plenty of individual attention while benefiting from visual learning of other players in their age group. Every week, players will go through a series of “throwing progressions” to improve on the fundamentals of proper throwing technique.