Moncton to host 2006 Baseball Canada Super Clinic

November 9, 2006

The City of Moncton, New Brunswick will host the 2006 edition of the Baseball Canada Super clinic from December 8th to the 10h.  Intended for Canadian coaches who seek further development of their amateur careers and to access NCCP Certification at the Regional Coach, Level 2 and Level 3 tiers, the clinic has the objective to support the development of coaches on all aspects of the game of baseball. 

With the theme of offering a complete clinic, Baseball Canada in collaboration with the Baseball New Brunswick is offering you a variety of great clinicians.  Alex Agostino, technical director with Baseball Québec and former pitching coach with Team Canada, will discuss pitching and preparation, along with explaining how he would develop his pitching staff through proper mechanics.  Pete Caliendo, President of Caliendo Sports International, a worldwide baseball company that trains individuals, teams, coaches and deals in professional baseball operations worldwide, will talk about hitting and base running, while Mike Mcrae, current Head Coach at Canisius College in NY, will address the elements of team defense, practice planning and outfield play. Jeff Krushell, of Krush sports performance and former strength and conditioning manager with the Toronto Blue Jays, will share his secrets on baseball training and conditioning for players and pitchers.  Additional instructors will round off this diverse group of clinicians and deliver the other components.    

As a baseball coach, you do not want to miss this unique opportunity where expertise, knowledge and drills will be shared among all participants.  Cost to attend the Super Clinic is $75.00 for coaches taking their NCCP (Baseball) Level 3 Technical, $40 for coaches taking NCCP (Baseball) Level 2 Certification, and FREE to all other coaches and players as a result of Baseball New Brunswick’s new membership fundraiser.  Players may also attend any of sessions at no fee. 

For more information on the Super Clinic contact the Baseball New Brunswick office at (506) 451-1329 or by email at Details will also be posted on the Baseball New Brunswick website at



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