TORONTO BLUE JAYS HONDA INSTRUCTIONAL CLINIC AT THE HALL OF FAME IN ST. MARYS ON MAY 4, News (St. Marys Minor Ball)

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TORONTO BLUE JAYS HONDA INSTRUCTIONAL CLINIC AT THE HALL OF FAME IN ST. MARYS ON MAY 4
The Blue Jays Baseball Academy is proud to announce their Honda Instructional Clinic schedule for 2019. Blue Jays Honda Instructional Clinics will be taking place in St. Marys on Saturday, May 4 from 3pm to 7pm at the Hall of Fame. Registration is open for boys and girls aged 8 to 14 and the fee is only $55 plus HST. The Blue Jays Baseball Academy is aware of the need for local associations to raise funds to offset some of the rising costs they are experiencing. Therefore, St. Marys Minor Ball will receive $25 per registration, after the first 25 registrations.

During the four hour clinic, players will rotate through drills that will work on fundamental baseball skills such as hitting, throwing, fielding, pitching, and base running. Also, each Blue Jays Honda Instructional Clinic participant will receive a Blue Jays hat, T-shirt and baseball manual.

Register now for the St. Marys Blue Jays Honda Instructional Clinic being held at the Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 4 at the Hall of Fame (386 Church St. S.). Parents are welcome to stay and watch or assist with the clinic.

Click the link and then click on the St. Marys clinic to register. https://www.mlb.com/bluejays/community/baseball-academy/instructional-clinics-registration-form 

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