WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) – While it’s still too early for area youths to get out on the baseball field, some players were indoors at Jefferson Community College Sunday sharpening their skills at the annual J.C.C. Baseball Clinic.
About 25 kids were in attendance for the first of 3 Sunday sessions that focus on specifics of the game.
“We do 3 different clinics to focus on all areas of the game. Today we’re doing hitting so we got a bunch of different stations to focus on offense and base running and some bunting so it’s really fun for us to be able to work with the community, work with local baseball players and get ready for their season,” said J.C.C. Baseball Coach Brandon Noble.
Members of the Cannoneer baseball team will take part in the clinic each weekend, some of them former clinic participants.
The players say the experience of working with the younger players is something they enjoy and look forward to as they themselves prepare for their upcoming season.
“It reminds me of when I was younger and I use to go to camps like this and I looked up to all the kids that were in college or high school that were teaching …read more
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