A word from our sponsors: Puma Baseball Academy tryouts Aug. 2-5

pba logoNote: Puma Baseball Academy is a westofthei.com sponsor. This is a paid announcement. — DH

Puma Baseball Academy is holding try-outs for 11U to 18U on Aug 2-5. If you can’t make the tryout date, a makeup day will be Aug. 8 at 10 a.m.

Cost is $40 per player. Tryouts held at Indian Trails H.S. Baseball Complex-JV Field, 6800 60th St. Kenosha.

Visit www.pumabaseballacademy.com for tryout information and registration or call 262-620- 0737 for more info. Please pre-register.

PBA is “the difference between playing ball and becoming a baseball player.”

The PBA mission statement says:

“Our mission is to provide each player with the necessary tools to become strong young men and leaders while learning the game of baseball at the highest level. We want to ensure every player with us gets into the best college for them and walks out saying they had a great four year college baseball experience and an excellent degree.”

 

Photo by pennywise via morgueFile.com

Photo by pennywise via morgueFile.com

PBA’s teams train year around!

PBA provides full winter training with some of the best baseball instructors (Ex-professional and Division 1) with full attention to detail and a curriculum that works each player to his fullest potential. You receive:

  • Train in 18,000sq. ft. training facility with infield
  • 2 practices a week in winter focused on Hitting and Fielding from November – April then summer practices begin
  • 1 day Pitcher/Catcher only practice each week
  • Full Arm Care Program
  • 12 week Velocity Program
  • Medicine Ball Program
  • Core velocity Program
  • Your own recruitment website
  • Speed and Agility
  • Invited to and play at the highest recruited tournaments in the country
  • Unlimited hitting for our players during non-practice times
  • Sophomore year we sit down and discuss college recruiting with each individual player.

PBA had 15 college commits 2015-16!

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