THIS COULD BE YOUR BEST SEASON EVER!

 

The spring season is right around the corner, and what you do between now and the beginning of your spring season is what will determine how good of a season you will have behind the plate.

As any catcher or coach will tell you, team practices are not enough for catchers. It’s very difficult to find the practice reps you need during team practices.

That means that catchers need to be putting in the extra reps, often on their own, to get better.

How do you know what to work on?

Catcher University’s Winter Catching Clinic will do two things: 1) Teach and train you to help your skills improve at the clinic, and 2) Equip you drills to continue developing your skills long after the clinic is over.

This clinic will be coached by Matt Williams (Duke, Chicago Cubs MiLB) and Jason Haniger (Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh Pirates Draft Pick). Together, they will offer what they have learned as multi-year starters at the Major D1 levels, professional baseball, and as coaches to help each catcher make this their best season yet behind the plate.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Where is the clinic located?

The clinic will be held at the Kansas City Indoor facility – 1812 Jasper St. North Kansas City, MO 64116

What is the schedule?

SUNDAY, 12/29/2019 

2:00-4:30pm – Day 1

MONDAY, 12/30/2019 

9:00am-11:30pm – Day 2

What do CATCHERS get?

All catchers will receive the following:

  • 5 hours of training with Matt Williams, Jason Haniger, and assistant coaches that have played at the collegiate level or higher
  • Receiving, Blocking, Throwing Training
  • Other Skills Training – bunts, plays at the plate, etc.
  • Mindset Training
  • Character & Leadership Training
  • Drills/Practice Plans to continue working on what they learn
WHO ARE THE COACHES?

MATT WILLIAMS: Matt Williams was a four-year starting catcher at Duke University where he received several awards/recognition for his achievements on the field and in the classroom. After graduating in 2009, Matt was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 18th round and went on to play one year of professional baseball before retiring to pursue a career in ministry and coaching.

JASON HANIGER: Jason Haniger was a two-year starting catcher at Georgia Tech (he backed up Matt Wieters, All-Star MLB catcher his first two years). While at Georgia Tech, Jason was recognized for his achievements on and off the field and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 19th round of the 2008 draft. Jason decided to return to school for his senior year. After graduation, Jason went to graduate school and has been serving as teacher, school administrator, and coach since 2013.

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