Welcome to U.S. Baseball Academy in Rochester, NY

November 18, 2015, Rochester, New York--Staying fit isn’t difficult for players in an area where baseball is played year round, but for players in locations where they don’t have access to a field or weather prevents playing, staying in shape should be a priority.  U.S. Baseball Academy hosts off-season baseball camps for players looking to keep up their baseball fitness.  These winter baseball camps help players fine tune their skills and get prepared for the upcoming season.

The baseball instructional camps take place in January and February and are intended to mirror major league “Spring Training”.  Many players come away from camp hitting and throwing better than they ever have before.  Because U.S. Baseball Academy camps are once a week for four or six weeks, players can still enjoy other sports, while keeping up with their baseball fitness.

To learn more about U.S. Baseball Academy winter baseball camps in Rochester,  New York visit www.usbaseballacademy.com or call 866-622-4487.

Little league and travel team players from Rochester can take advantage of this off season training.  Players from leagues such as Irondequoit Athletic Association Baseball, Monroe County Babe Ruth, East Rochester Little League, Pittsford Little League, and Genesee Valley Little League among many others are all eligible and encouraged to participate.  Links to the leagues mentioned can be found below.



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A National Program With A Local Touch

U.S. Baseball Academy is the nation’s largest baseball training program and operator of baseball camps, with more than 225 locations in 42 states, including New York.

Our six-week Spring Training program runs nationally from December to April and offers age-specific sessions for grades 1-12 in hitting, pitching, catching, fielding and baserunning. Our baseball camps maintain a low player coach ratio of 6 to 1 or better and employ some of the top baseball coaches in the Rochester area. Space is limited in each session, and advance registration is required.

Rochester baseball camps

St. John Fisher College

3690 East Ave. Rochester, NY 14618

Dates: Sun: Jan. 11, 18, 25; Feb. 8, 15, 22
Tuition:  $139 for six weeks ofone skill (hitting, pitching, catching, fielding/baserunning); second skill$99; third skill $59.
Site Director
Brandon Potter, Head Coach, St. John Fisher College

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Watch a U.S. Baseball Academy session in action, including drills and interviews with parents and players. Considering attending one of our camps? This video will help you decide.

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More About U.S. Baseball Academy

U.S. Baseball Academy has trained more than 100,000 players across the country since its inception in 1988. Our 2013and 2014 camps included more than 30,000 players, making it the most popular baseball training program in the U.S.

As we grow the national franchise, we maintain our original commitment to quality instruction at an affordable price. Each location promises the same proven itinerary of drills, a player-coach ratio of 6 to 1 or better, and a teaching staff of top high school and/or college coaches from your local area. We don’t just stamp our name on a series of camps. Our program is consistent across all locations and is developed by a national coaching staff and advisory staff that includes Major League players such as Cy Young Award winner Brandon Webb.

This is not a lecture clinic. With a low player-coach ratio, each hitter, pitcher and catcher gets individual attention in a small-group atmosphere for one hour per week. An average hitting session includes about 30 players with six or seven experienced and professionally trained coaches. Pitching and catching sessions have smaller numbers and the same player-coach ratio. And with numerous age-specific sessions, instruction is specially tailored for each ability level.

Overall, it’s the type of intense, professional instruction that young players don’t normally have access to. And at $139 (additional sessions only $99) for the whole six-week program, its value is unrivaled.

Parents are welcome to observe, and many youth coaches leave with a valuable list of drills they can incorporate into their own practices. The timing of the program is perfect for preparing young players for the season ahead.

So, forget about the weather. What better way to get a jump on the upcoming season than a six-week Spring Training experience, featuring instruction from some of the area’s best coaches in a fantastic indoor facility? Many sessions sell out months before they begin, so don’t delay.

Get more details on our six-week program and registration information at www.USBaseballAcademy.com.

See a camp in action: www.Youtube.com/USBaseballAcademy.

Rochester, NY baseball local links:

Greece Little League - PO. Box 16133, Rochester, NY 14616. Providing youth baseball opportunities for local players. http://www.greecelittleleague.org/

Gates Chili Little League - 11 County Gables Circle, Rochester, NY 14606. Providing youth baseball for local players. http://www.eteamz.com/gateschilill/

Penfield Little League - 3100 Atlantic Ave., Penfield, New York 14526. Providing youth baseball for local players. http://www.penfieldbaseball.com/

Pittsford Little League - P.O. Box 313, Pittsford, NY 14534. Providing youth baseball for local players. http://www.pittsfordlittleleague.org/

Rochester Red Wings. Minor League Baseball, Class AAA affiliate of the Minnesota Twins. FRONTIER FIELD - ONE MORRIE SILVER WAY, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK 14608. http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/index.jsp?sid=t534