Registration - 2019 Fall Baseball Training Program
Cochrane Minor Baseball in conjunction with P3 Sports Inc. and Coyote Baseball are pleased to announce that there will be a Fall Baseball Training Program available for players going into minor and above for the 2020 season (Players Born Before September 1st 2011). The program will run for the month of November and half of December in Cochrane. This camp will be seven, 2-hour sessions from 3:30pm to 5:30pm every Sunday starting November 3rd, with the final session occurring on December 15th. The cost of this program will be $200 per player and registration will open at 8am on October 1st until October 15th through the Cochrane Minor Ball website.
We will only be accepting the first 36 players registered. All players interested after that will be placed on a waiting list.
One session will consist of one-hour sport specific training session led by trainers from P3 Sports Inc. in their new training facility at the Spray Lake Sawmills Family sports center. The P3 Sports Specific Training Program Guarantees Increased:
- Core Stability
- Joint Mobility
- Injury Prevention
- Power & Explosiveness
The other session will be held on the Spray Lakes Turf and led by baseball Coaches from Coyote Baseball and will concentrate on all aspects of baseball skill development with a specific focus on the proper mechanics of throwing. The goal of all party’s is to ensure that all of our players are taught the proper techniques for training, throwing, hitting, running and fielding to give them the ability to become better players but also to protect themselves against injury.
Drew Miller Coach
Roberto Valdez Coach
Ramon Valdez Coach
All players that register MUST BE MINOR AGE AND ABOVE. It is mandatory that players show up and participate in both hours of the training. All participants are required to show up with a positive ATTITUDE, put in a solid EFFORT and be FOCUSED on the tasks presented to them while they are training. Any players that arrive without these core values will be asked to leave and not return for the remainder of the training.