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Free spring clinics scheduled for WAYBA participants

The Worthington Area Youth Baseball Association is offering new position and hitting clinics this spring.


WAYBA’s philosophy aligns with new Worthington High School Baseball Coach Steve Robinson in that it wants players to be given the opportunities to develop skills and be fundamentally sound players. WAYBA believes that fundamentally sound players will have more fun playing the game.


Each clinic will be from 6 to 7:30 p.m. for players currently in fourth grade and under and 7:30 to 9 p.m. for players in fifth grade and older. There will be no charge for these opportunities; one does not need to register for them. If players don’t have an interest in playing the specific positions offered in the clinics, there are hitting clinics happening at each as well.


A pitching clinic set for Saturday, April 6 will have Mike Nesseth, who pitched in college at the University of Nebraska and was drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies. He has served as an off-season private pitching instructor to many young aspiring pitchers in the tri-state area.


On April 13, a catchers clinic will feature three catchers who each played catcher collegiately.  On April 20, there will be a collection of coaches to focus on a fundamental approach to playing the position of first base.


Each one of three clinics will also feature hitting clinics by hitting specialists TD Hostikka, a former college coach and Driveline instructor, and Easton Sauerbrei, a former college baseball player. These pertain to all players regardless of position.

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