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BASEBALL CATCHING LESSONS
Catching
Private Catching Lessons in New Jersey.

PRIVATE CATCHING LESSONS

Building Catcher's skills to acquire full potential Catching.

  • $45 30 min
  • $80 60 min
  • $215 30 min (5-pack)
  • $400 30 min (10-pack)

Why Private Baseball Catching Lessons with Scanzano Sports?

Personalized Attention: Private lessons provide one-on-one instruction, allowing for a personalized focus on your son's specific needs, strengths, and areas for improvement.

Skill Development: Catching is a specialized position in baseball, and it requires specific skills such as framing, blocking, throwing, and game-calling. Private lessons can help your son improve these skills in a focused manner.

Improved Technique: A skilled coach can engage your son to refine his catching technique, helping him become a more effective and efficient catcher.

Confidence Building: Private lessons can increase your boy's confidence by giving him the individualized attention he needs to master the position. As he improves, he's likely to feel more confident on the field.

Mental Preparation: Catchers often have the responsibility of calling pitches and managing the game from behind the plate. Private lessons can significantly help your son develop the mental aspects of the game, such as pitch selection and game strategy.

Position-Specific Training: Catcher is a unique position with its own set of challenges and requirements. Private lessons can focus on position-specific training to help your son excel in this role.

Competitive Edge: Private training can give your son a competitive edge by helping him stand out as a catcher. This can be particularly valuable if he aspires to play basbeall at higher levels, such as high school, college, or beyond.

Preparation for Tryouts and Showcases: If your son is aiming to make a school team, participate in showcases, or join a competitive travel team, private lessons can help him prepare for these opportunities.

Injury Prevention: Learning proper catching techniques can reduce the risk of injuries associated with the position, such as shoulder and knee injuries.

Goal Achievement: Private lessons can help your son set and achieve specific goals as a catcher, whether that's making fewer errors, improving his throwing accuracy, or enhancing his ability to handle pitchers.

Feedback and Correction: A qualified coach can provide immediate feedback and correction during private lessons, helping your son make real-time improvements.

Passion and Motivation: Working with a coach who is dedicated to helping your son succeed can foster a greater love and passion for the game, motivating him to put in extra effort to excel as a catcher.

Celebrating Combat College Committment:

College Commit, Nick Mirarchi, from Scanzano Sports' Team Combat Baseball in New Jersey

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Mirarchi

Ursinus College

Ursinus College Accepts Committment from New Jersey Youth Baseball Player, Nick Mirarchi
College Commit, Hunter Ray, from Scanzano Sports' Team Combat Baseball in New Jersey

Hunter

Ray

Farleigh Dickinson

Middlesex College Accepts Committment from New Jersey Youth Baseball Player, Hunter Ray
College Commit, Cody Kess from Scanzano Sports' Team Combat Baseball in New Jersey

Cody

Kess

Camden County College

Camden County College Accepts Committment from New Jersey Youth Baseball Player, Cody Kess
College Commit, Joey Slavin Jr. from Scanzano Sports' Team Combat Baseball in New Jersey

Joey

Slavin Jr

Holy Family University

Holy Family University Baseball Accepts Committment from New Jersey Youth Baseball Player, Andrew Shank
College Commit, Bryce Meosky from Scanzano Sports' Team Combat Baseball in New Jersey

Bryce

Meosky

Ursinus College

Ursinus College Accepts Committment from New Jersey Youth Baseball Player, Bryce Meosky
College Commit, Charlie Copsetta from Scanzano Sports' Team Combat Baseball in New Jersey

Charlie

Copsetta

Camden County College

Camden County College Accepts Committment from New Jersey Youth Baseball Player, Charlie Copsetta
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