Middle School/High School Programs

Upcoming EventsFeb. 9 Spring Training Classes begin | Mar. 26 In-Season MS/HS Hitting Program begins. See class schedule

Spring Middle School Hitting, Pitching, and Catching: starts the week of February 9th.  Classes are six sessions.

Spring In-Season MS/HS Hitting: starts the week of March 26th.  Classes are eight sessions.

Winter Middle School/High School Programs: starts the week of November 28th through February 5th.  Classes are eight sessions (no classes Dec. 19-Jan. 2): At no additional costs "open cage time" will be available during Holiday breaks for HS players enrolled in VBC winter programs. 

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PROGRAM TYPE DESCRIPTION
MS/HS Baseball Hitting

This program meets once a week for 60 minutes. Players will rotate through the cage stations with a focus on visual tracking, pitch-speed adjustments, upper body mechanics, and lower body mechanics. Hitting techniques are applied appropriately to individual's style of hitting, strength, and body type. Players are grouped by age and skill level. 8th graders welcome. 4:1 ratio in each class.  Instruction is led by HS coaches, college coaches, and former professional players. 

MS/HS Baseball Pitching
Only 4 players or less per class. This program meets once a week for 60 minutes. Body conditioning, warm up, and arm strengthening each class.  It is designed for pitchers to receive extensive instruction in throwing mechanics and pitch development. Each pitcher receives plenty of bullpen time with instructor. Players are grouped by age and skill level. Click here for more details.
MS/HS Baseball Overall  Saturday Night Special. Players hit, pitch and field during the 90 minute session.  Instruction led by GMHS Head Coach Adam Amerine and Dan Pototsky.  Winter Session only.
MS/HS Baseball Catching
 All catching programs include extensive work in stances, receiving, framing, blocking, footwork, and throwing.  Bring your own gear.
   

April-May

In-Season MS/HS Hitting

Lead Instructor is Coach Steve Mrowka, former Head Coach at George Washington University.  This program meets once a week for 60 minutes. Players will rotate through the cage stations with a focus on visual tracking, pitch-speed adjustments, upper body mechanics, and lower body mechanics. Hitting techniques are applied appropriately to individual's style of hitting, strength, and body type. Players are grouped by age and skill level. 4:1 ratio in each class. Class meets March 26-May 21 (8 weeks.) No classes April 9.

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