Baseball Camps and Classes

Instructive Clinics by Our Professional Baseball Instructors

Baseball Clinics, Camps and Events

Baseball Clinics, Camps and Events are hosted by IVL Baseball Instructors and periodically offered throughout the year. As events become available, we will announce them via Twitter, Facebook, and E-Mail.

The classes are generally organized by age group and are limited to ensure that each participant gets enough of the instructors attention and the most out of the course.

Catching Skills Clinic

Catching Skills Clinic

Sunday Catching Skills Clinic with former standout Walsh University and IVL Baseball Catcher’s Coordinator Duston Walter!

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Hitting and Fielding Clinic with Coach Kenny Linn

Join Tallmadge State Champion Coach Kenny Linn starting October 7th at the IVL Baseball Facility for a 4 session clinic focusing on hitting, defense, footwork, speed, and agility. Dates: October 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th Times: 8-13u: 5:00pm-6:00pm, 14-18u: 7:00pm-8:00pm...

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Speed & Agility Clinic

IVL Baseball and Coach Jake Beiting are teaming up again for 12 weeks of physical development focused on improving movement efficiency and athleticism.  Classes will focus on developing athletic qualities including speed, agility, strength, power, stability and range...

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Upcoming Clinics

IVL ProTips

  • The Most Wasted 20 Minutes in a Catcher’s Life
    It seems that many players and coaches recognize how little time is allocated during practices for catchers to work on their catching skills, like blocking, exchange drills, pickoff throws, and proper handling of passed balls with a throw to the pitcher covering home plate, just to name a few. Often times it has been said to me that ...
  • Having A Pitch Plan
    How many times within a game do you as a coach ask yourself this question: Why is my pitcher throwing that pitch in that situation? We wonder numerous times throughout games how can pitch selection be so misguided. Therefore, a generic “pitch plan” is important, not only so the correct pitch is called in greater frequency, ...
  • Change Up: The Pitch for a Strong Arm’s Lifetime
    I have a vivid recollection of a great coach, John Scolinos of Cal Poly Pomona (CA), teaching our star national team Australian pitcher a change of pace pitch in about one minute. The reason the scene stays with me is because a week later the pitcher beat the World Champion Korean National Team at the ...
  • Batting Fundamentals
    1.   Don’t grip your bat at the very end. Leave, say, an inch or two. Also, leave at least an inch or more space between your hands; that gives you balance and control of bat, and also keeps hands from interfering with each other during the swing. 2.   Take position at plate, especially against right-hand pitchers,back of ...
  • Bunt Young, Bunt Often
    Bunting is a very big part of the game of baseball. And when a bunt is laid down the right way, it is very difficult to defend. I have always been big on bunting and feel it can be taught at a young age. There are basically two types of bunts: the square bunt and the ...