Brighton Barons Baseball
Season 3/4 Done.
Brian broke the BHS school record with 7 triples thus far. He looks to add to that total over the next few weeks.
Stephen has caught every inning for the Barons this season. Stephen is having a success at the plate and in the field.
Tristan has earned 3 wins for the Barons so far this year. He will be looking for more next week.
Lifting early in the day will allow them enough time to recover and be full steam ahead come game time in the evening with their MCBR, North Coast, Little League teams.
Camps, Clinics, Lessons
Parlet Summer Hitting Camp
This camp has been very popular the past 7 years for Barons players. If you are interested Coach Parlet is running his camp June 30, July 1 and July 2, 2015. Modified/Freshman players attend from 9-11 am and JV/V players from 11:30-1:30 pm. I am attaching a sign-up sheet below. Sign up soon to reserve a spot!
Questions please contact Coach Parlet at 585-764-3590 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dusty Odenbach throwing coach
Those interested in working with a throwing/pitching coach may contact Dusty Odenbach. He uses the Tom House school of throwing. Tom House is the coach made famous by the Million Dollar Arm movie and for also working with NFL QB's Drew Brees and Tom Brady. Dusty played in the Kansas City Royals organization. Here is a link to his site and contact infohttp://www.pitchingfixny.com/about.html.
Check out his website for more info: http://johnvallebaseball.com/Home.aspx
Pitching, Hitting, Fielding, Catching Lessons
Professional Instruction Makes A Difference!
Instructors - Dave Valle -Hitting, Pitching, Fielding
John Valle - Catching, Hitting, Fielding
Yimy Rodriguez - Pitching
Alyssa Demartino - Softball Pitching Instruction
2015 College Showcase
Date: Tuesday, June 30th
Details: At Monroe Community College in Rochester, NY
Sign Up Deadline: Sunday, June 21st
Age Group: Incoming Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
Sign Up: Go to www.icanhit.com and click on the “showcase link”
College coaches and professional scouts will be on hand to evaluate local area players for a potential opportunity to continue to play baseball at higher levels after high school.