GW Baseball Announces Dates for Winter Baseball Clinics
Head Coach Steve Mrowka and Staff to Host Four Indoor Sessions
Jan. 3, 2012
WASHINGTON - The George Washington University baseball program has announced four dates as part of its annual Winter Baseball Clinics. Head coach Steve Mrowka and his staff welcome baseball players from ages 7-18 for hitting, pitching, catching, infield and hitting sessions on January 22nd & 29th and February 5th & 12th.
The clinic will be broken into two sessions. A Pitchers-Catchers-Infield session will include lectures on fundamentals, drill work, live throwing, bullpen sessions, video analysis and an inside look at a mental approach to pitching. The hitting session also includes lectures on fundamentals and drill work in addition to batting practice and video analysis.
All sessions, under the direction of Mrowka and assistant coaches Tim Brown and Jon Greenwich, will be held inside the fully-renovated Charles E. Smith Center at 22nd and G St. NW. For more information, please see the attached brochure or contact the baseball office at (202) 994-0327 or (202) 994-7399.
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