Winter Instruction

Mt. Airy Baseball has been providing play and instruction for 32 years and for the past 20 years has offered a series of instructional clinics in pitching and hitting in January, February and March. Registration begins in December. Registration is on-line or download a mail-in form. The complete schedule can be found on the mail-in form.  Over the years, many young players have learned from our instructors and many have gone on to play high school, college and professional baseball.

Like our players, we are always learning, seeking out new ideas and drills from top coaches in the area. We’ve recently added individual video analysis to our instructional program.

Basic Winter Instruction

The Basic Clinic is open to all players 7-12 is taught by Mt. Airy Coaches and high school players

Players will learn the basic mechanics of delivery and how to vary pitches and field the position. Players will learn proper hitting techniques through a variety of drills. indoor batting nets and tee stations. The clinics meet in the gym at Houston School on Allen Lane in Mt. Airy on Tuesdays and Fridays from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm beginning January 6.

A complete schedule and mail-in registration form can be found here by clicking on Winter Instruction 2017.

The Academy Program

The Mt. Airy Baseball Academy is a series of classes for players 9-12 taught by college and professional players and coaches. This year we have limited the Academy Program to the Tournament Team players. Please do not register for this program unless you are one of the Tournament Team players. A password is required. If you are not a tournament team player, please register for the Basic Program.

We are extremely proud of our Academy instructors. We chose them for their knowledge of baseball and their ability to communicate it to young players. Our coaches have had college and/or professional experience and, more importantly are all great teachers of the game

Their energy, positive attitude, and passion for the game of baseball are what allow them to help each player achieve his baseball goals.