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    105006 - T-Ball (4-6)

    Registration: March 4 - April 6

    T-ball is the first step in the baseball/softball progression. Emphasis is placed on having fun and playing together as a team. Our goal is for the child to learn the correct skills for batting, throwing and catching, as well as developing an understanding of the basics of the game.

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    Read Notice105006-01T-Ball03/04/19 - 07/21/1912:00A - 12:00PM-SuMacken Park$80UnavailableItem DetailsLocation Details

    105007 - Coach Pitch (7-9)

    Registration: March 4 - April 6

    Coach-pitch will take over where T-ball left off. The child will learn to hit a ball pitched to them by their coach. The child will further develop fielding skills and learn to play as a team.

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    Read Notice105007-01Coach Pitch03/04/19 - 07/21/1912:00A - 12:00AM-SuMacken Park$90UnavailableItem DetailsLocation Details

    105008 - Kid Pitch (10-12)

    Registration: March 4 - April 6

    Kid pitch baseball is the next step in getting ready for playing competitive baseball. Players will learn the fundamentals of pitching and catching as well as further basic fundamental baseball skills. The rules and diamond are modified to fit age group. There is a strong emphasis on baseball instruction in a recreation team setting.

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    Read Notice105008-01Kid Pitch03/04/19 - 07/21/1912:00A - 12:00AM-SuMacken Park$95UnavailableItem DetailsLocation Details

    105011 - Pitch, Hit, and Run

    Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit, and Run is a FREE event that tests three of the most fundamental aspects of baseball and softball - Pitching, Hitting, and Running:
    Pitch: Participant is tested throwing strikes to a designated Strike Zone target.
    Hit: Participant hits a ball off a stationary tee for distance and accuracy.
    Run: Participant is timed, starting from second base, touching third then touching home plate.
    All of the events are individually scored and converted to a total point score through the use of conversion tables.
    Participants will compete in each of the three components of Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit, and Run and accumulate total score based on his/her performance. Winners will move on to Regionals and continued success can lead to a chance ot compete in Nationals.

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    Add to Cart105011-01Pitch, Hit, and Run04/27/19 - 04/27/19 2:00P - 4:00PSaMacken Park$0AvailableItem DetailsLocation Details
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