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Ballparks of America Hosting Baseball Clinic

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A Baseball Clinic takes place in Branson next week as the season is set to get underway.

The full press release is below from Ballparks of America:

As Major League Spring Training and high school tournaments remind us that baseball season is finally here, Ballparks of America will welcome younger players to come and experience life as a big leaguer for a day. “Opening Day at Ballparks of America” will offer 9U to 13U players the
chance to come and learn from former players that live and breathe baseball just like them.

The Opening Day clinic – powered by Rawlings – will be held on March 15th at Ballparks of America from
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Players will rotate through stations learning about pitching, hitting, infield skills and outfield
skills from former players that now work at Ballparks of America, including:
• Scott Bailes, Major League Baseball
• Brad Margolin, Washington University (St. Louis)
• Garrett Woods, Drury University
• Brandon Winder, Mineral Area College
• Tyler Franc, St. Ambrose University

Players will get to visit the Rawlings Mobile HitLab during the clinic. Lunch will be provided on-site for all registered players, and they will all get to compete in a game to end the day on one of Ballparks of America’s 2/3-scale replicas of a Major League field. 

“Spring Training during Spring Break – what a great way to kick off the 2023 baseball season! We’re so excited to host this one-of-a-kind baseball experience at the coolest baseball facility in the country,” says Scott Bailes, General Manager of Ballparks of America. 

Registration is now open at for $80 per player with registration closing on March 13th. For more information about the clinic, call our team at (417) 464-6333.

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