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**OFF-SEASON ANNOUNCEMENTS**


Off-Season Registration Open October 1, 2019 Off-Season session is our winter hitting program for private and small training. Off-Season starts the week Monday, November 4, 2019 and ends the week of Monday, February 24, 2019.

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Meet Coach Karl

Coach Karl currently trains and develops players from every level of baseball and softball from little league to MLB.

I believe hitting a baseball/softball is the most difficult thing to do in all of sport and I cannot think of a better way to prepare our children to be successful in LIFE. My passion, mission, and ministry in life is utilizing advanced fundamental baseball/softball skills as cornerstones to develop life-skills. I believe parents and coaches need my inspiration and support to nurture player’s passions in a healthy manner of excellence to impact them positively in all aspects of life.

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UPCOMING EVENTS – ENROLLMENT OPEN!

All Upcoming Events - Local to Overland Park, Kansas and Abroad

Damage Hitter Camps, Clinics, & Speaking

Events schedule through out the year.

Come check out our popular Healthy Hitter Workshop  trains hitters, parents/coaches to develop a professional hitting approach mentally, emotionally, and physically.  Specific to training the parent/coach as well as the player. A GREAT PARENT/PLAYER event.

Every parent is a coach, like it or not. Click below to learn more.

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Trust The Process

People in baseball development their is no process. Below is the definition of process.trusttheprocess Process pro-cess /’prä,ses,’prō, ses/ noun a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve... Continue Reading

I Am The Blame….

After my 14th season of showcase baseball, scouting, and training, it has become painfully obvious that our efforts to impact the game we love are, and have been, completely misguided.... Continue Reading

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“THE FIRST THINGS | Learned from Jeter is

TO BE THE SAME no matter if you’re doing good or bad.”

 

– Robinson Cano