Willowbrook to host father and son baseball clinic
Current MLB pitcher Rob Scahill will lead pitching drills
The Willowbrook High School varsity baseball staff is hosting a father and son baseball clinin on Jan. 20 at Willowbrook that will include current MLB pitcher Rob Scahill.
Warriors coaches and players will walk fathers and sons through a series of drills which teach the techniques and skills used at the high school level. Drills will cover hitting, fielding and pitching.
Varsity coach Vic Wisner will lead the hitting drills, which include swing philosophy, proper swings and general hitting drills. Varsity assistant Matt Scott will head the fielding drills focusing on throwing routine, fielding technique and other games and drills. 2005 Willowbrook grad and current Colorado Rockies pitcher Rob Scahill will head up pitching drills that will focus on philosophy and mechanics.
Participants are asked to bring bats and gloves to participate in the drills.
The clinic for grades 3-5 will take place from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Grades 6-8 will drill from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. 30 minutes will be spent on each of the three areas before a 30 minute Q&A session with Scahill.
The price of the event is $25 per child. Pre-register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and submitting payment to Willowbrook High School Athletic Office by Jan. 18 or register the day of the clinic 30 minutes beforehand at Field House door No. 6.
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