CU Developing Farm System (First ever presented by Catchers University)
Catcher's University has recognized that many players enter Select, Travel, or League play without knowlege of what this new world and culture requires of them. Because of this, many are rejected and inturn their confidence in themselves and their ability takes a major blow, not to mention the mental anguish the parents endure.
Catcher's University is offering a first of its kind answer for all incoming Select, Travel, Rehabilitating, Cut or League play families to get answers and the tools required for their perspective needs. The CU Developing Farm System offers players of need a professionally coached and managed instructional farm system for all players no matter their choice of organization or team.
The CU Developing Farm System will meet every week during the month to develop and educate players and parents in the culture, rules, drills and tools required to succeed. You will work as the pros do, utilizing the best of techniques and mechanics taught by high school, college and pro coaches nationwide. You will be assisted in meeting the goals needed to impress your coaches and learn the beauty of the game. You will be addressed as an individual in search of success and you will be respected as a player accepting a challenge. There are no expectations of CUB baseball that you commit to our team. CU Developing Farm System is a stand alone service provided by Catchers University as a tool for growth and understanding.
Call or Text your interest to 713.875.6880, all players accepted. CU Developing Farm System will be coached by Jeff Wilson, President of Catcher's University along with guest coaches from college, High school and MLB backgrounds.
Player Cost: First month - $200.00 (Includes Farm League Shirt)
Monthly Dues: $175.00
- Professional Coaching
- Field Practice per week
- Facility practice per week
- Unlimited facility usage (Katy or Fulshear)
- Guest Instructors
- Throwing mechanics
- Receiving mechanics (Infield & Outfield)
- Outfield route running
- Hitting mechanics
- Hitting approach
- Leadoff and secondary leads
- Sliding techniques
- mental aspects of the game "Baseball language"
- Drill repetition
- Catchers drills
- Situational drills
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Posted on 01/08