Nicholson Baseball Summer Clinics
Nicholson Baseball has developed summer training clinics and will be held at the Walnut Grove park.
- Each session is 1 hour and 30 minutes, 1 time per week for 4 weeks
- The cost is 80.00 per player, per clinic
- The clinics are designed for: Tadpole (2012/2011), Mosquito(2010/2009), Pee Wee (2008/2007) and Bantam (2006/2005) players.
- The clinics will be held on the Senior Diamond of the park
- There are no indoor sessions
Anyone is welcome to sign up for two clinics, however, they will be the same program.
COVID and the Return to Play Safety Plan
There will be very specific enter and exit procedures in place, for each group, as a result of our commitment to our COVID Return to Play. In addition, Nicholson Baseball will ensure that all of our safety measures are followed, including sanitizing equipment, allowing time before each group enters and exits and social distancing which includes any parents.
Questions about the clinics can be directed to Shauna Nicholson at firstname.lastname@example.org
North Langley Baseball is responsible for booking the clinics on behalf of Nicholson Baseball.
Nicholson Baseball Clinic Details
Tadpole (2011/2012) Summer Clinics - Nicholson Baseball
|Tadpole||Mondays||9:00 AM||August 3,10, 17, 24|
|Tadpole||Saturdays||9:00 AM||August 1, 8, 15, 22|
Kevin's baseball background is extensive and impressive. He was drafted by the California Angels in 1994, but rather than sign he chose to attend Stetson University, where he played college baseball. Kevin’s college accomplishments include being named Conference Player of the Year in 1997. He reentered the draft in 1997 where he was selected in the first round, 27th overall, by the San Diego Padres. Kevin spent three seasons in the minors, before making it to the majors where he played 37 games for the Padres in 2000. He later spent time in the Colorado Rockies, St. Louis Cardinals, and Pittsburgh Pirates organizations. He was also a member of the Canadian National Baseball Team for several years. In 2001, he was part of their Baseball World Cup team, and was part of Team Canada's fourth place team in the 2004 Summer Olympics. In addition he played for Canada at the inaugural World Baseball Classic in 2006.