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HOLIDAY HITTING CLINICS

     Future Pro is pleased to announce three hitting clinics for players ages 9-12 during the Christmas and New Year Holidays.

First Clinic

When:     December 19-23

Time:      9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon

Cost:       $75 per day and a player can attend as many or few days as he wants. If you attend all 5 days you get the 5th day free.

Limit:      20 players

Second Clinic

When:     December 26-30

Time:      9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon

Cost:      $75 per day and a player can attend as many or few days as he wants. If you attend all 5 days you get the 5th day free.

Limit: 20 players

Third Clinic

When:     January 2-4, 2012

Time:      9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Cost:       $75 per day and a player can attend as many or few days as he wants. If you attend all 3 days you get a $50 discount for the 3rd day.

Limit: 20 players

HOLIDAY BATTING CAGE DISCOUNT

Future Pro will offer a special discount for baseball/softball players 13 to 20 who want to work on their hitting over the holidays. Between 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM every evening from December 19 though January 6, players 13 to 21 can hit for 2 hours for $25. The cages can accommodate a limited number of batters so this offer is limited to 20 hitters each night and reservations are recommended.

 

Endorsements

"Terry Whitfield is not only an extremely knowledgeable batting coach; he has a great skill for communicating his knowledge to children.  That is why I take my son to see Terry."

- Dusty Baker, former manager of the San Francisco Giants and Chicago Cubs

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Philosophy

"In working with older kids, the mental part of pitching becomes increasingly important.  If a student has mastered his mechanics, the key to his success is going to be his understanding of how to use his pitches.  Tom Glavine doesn't throw any harder than a lot of high school kids, but it's not an accident he's won more games than Nolan Ryan.  I particularly enjoy teaching the mental part of the game to my older students."

- Ed Ricks