Dec. 11, 2012
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Want to take your baseball game to the next level? How would you like to learn from the nation's elite college coaching staff? Then the Mike Martin Baseball Winter Clinic is where you need to be in December.
Kids in fourth grade up to seniors in high school can take advantage of a pair of two-day clinics held in December on Mike Martin Field inside Dick Howser Stadium. Campers will be given an unforgettable baseball experience where they will have the opportunity to learn from and showcase their skills in front of the entire Florida State coaching staff.
The first clinic will be held December 27 & 28 and will focus on pitching and catching and infield and outfield work. The Pitcher-Catcher-Infield-Outfield clinic is a two-day clinic of comprehensive work that will give each player a head start for the upcoming season. This clinic is filled with instruction, individual drills, videotaping, group drills and informative sessions on the best approach to pitching, catching, infield and outfield play.
The second clinic will run December 29 & 30 with emphasis on hitting and offense. The hitting and offense clinic is designed to teach participants the necessary fundamentals that they can further develop before the spring season begins. This clinic stresses the fundamentals of hitting while utilizing a hitting prep, flip nets, batting cages, videotaping and live batting practice on Mike Martin Field.
Both clinics will be under the direction of FSU Hall of Fame head coach Mike Martin. Assisting Martin will be camp director and Director of Baseball Operations Chip Baker, FSU hitting instructor Mike Martin, Jr., FSU pitching coach Mike Bell, and first year volunteer assistant Chris Cates, along with several other former FSU and professional players.
Space for both two-day winter clinics is still available. To secure your spot today please register online at MikeMartinCamps.com.