The 2017 TASBA PITCHING LAB
Summer Player Development Training Program.
The first session will begin Monday June 5, 2017.
The 2017 TASBA Summer Player Development Training Program is by invitation only
Invitation means that you have the right to schedule an initial FREE of Charge, TASBA Pitching Lab Training program, before you register for the upcoming program.
This way each party gets to determine if the potential student - athlete is ready for the TASBA Summer Player Development Training Program
Our goal is to have 20 committedPlayers ages 9 - 18, who are willing to commit to train a minimum of 2 days per week, for the months of June - July and August.
The Training Session locations / days / times are located on line at www.tasba.com
*ALL THE TRAINING SESSIONS will be held at the New TASBA Indoor Training Facility in Oak Hill*
Groups will be full when the first 20 Players Register for their slot.
Training groups will be divided into small groups with daily instruction on arm action / arm strength / arm care, throwing - pitching, core training - conditioning and resistance band training designed to improve your overall Functional Athletic Movement patterns.
ON LINE PRE REGISTRATION BEGINS FRIDAY MAY 19, 2017
RECENTLY RECEIVED FROM TASBA'S LATEST PROFESSIONAL CONTRACT ATHLETE:
To Future TASBA Families,
For as long as I can remember I've always wanted to play professional baseball. My dad played, his friends played, I watched it everyday on TV growing up. When I passed up on the opportunity to sign out of high-school, it's because I had my own plans. I was going to attend Baylor and then sign when I finished my career there after getting my degree. Little did I know, my own plans soon began to unfold.
After I finished my last year at Baylor I didn't have the opportunity to sign professionally. My dream seemed to come to a close. Fortunately my Dad and Pat Reid were college teammates and Pat lived down the road in Austin.
Since I needed an extra semester to graduate, I decided to dedicate all my time on learning how to pitch. I never threw a single inning in high school or at Baylor. Pat put me through the ringer and really pushed me hard because he knew what I wanted to achieve.
Spending my weekends down in Austin with Pat was a sacrifice I was willing to make because I knew that Pat really had my best interest in mind. Pat wanted me to succeed just as bad as I wanted to.
The time I spent with Pat was priceless and he put me in a perfect situation in order for me to excel. A common question that I get now is, "Who taught you how to pitch?" I can confidently say that Pat Reid is the sole reason for where I'm at today in my career, a professional pitcher.
Without his knowledge of the game and love for helping young men grow, I would be working in the real world, while my dream slowly slipped away.
Thank you Pat for dedicating your time and allowing me to learn from you. I truly appreciate that.
REGISTER ONLINE OR CALL THE TASBA OFFICE DIRECTLY AT 512-293-9762