CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State baseball team will host a series of clinics throughout September and October at Goss Stadium for high-school aged players. Cost is $10 per clinic with discounts available for those who participate in 10 or more clinics.
High-school aged players will have the opportunity to learn baseball skills from the club’s coaching staff and student-athletes every Monday and Thursday throughout the two months. Clinics will run from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. each day starting Sept. 12 and ending Oct. 28. In addition to skills lessons, controlled games will be played at Goss Stadium during the clinics.
Each clinic is rain or shine. Should rain occur, other Oregon State athletic facilities will be utilized.
Dates for the clinics in September are the 12, 16, 19, 23, 26 and 30. October clinic dates fall on the 3, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24 and 28.
In order to help organize each clinic, participants are asked to sign up by filling out the questionnaire located on osubeavers.com. However, this is not required and players are allowed to “walk up” on any given clinic day. However, payment for each clinic is required before starting and a release form is required before each player’s first clinic. This form can also be found on osubeavers.com.
Each clinic costs $10. Those who attend 10 clinics and sign up for them advance get a $15 discount and total cost is $85. For those who attend all 14 sessions, overall cost is $115. Payment is via cash or check. Anyone paying by check should make the check payable to “Oregon State Baseball Camps.”
Participants are asked to bring their own equipment to each clinic.
For any questions regarding the clinics, contact assistant coach Andy Jenkins at email@example.com.
For more information on the Oregon State baseball team, follow the club’s official Twitter account at Twitter.com/Beaver_Baseball or by Facebook at Facebook.com/OregonStateBaseball.