Baseball Canada Instructional videos now available!

April 6, 2018


OTTAWA – Baseball Canada is pleased to announce that seasons one and two of our Instructional Videos and Vlog Series are now available on our YouTube Channel.

The instructional videos, released in 2016 and 2017, offer baseball coaches and players an educational piece on many facets of the game including double plays, framing for catchers, getting out of the batter’s box and the mastering the two-seam fastball to list just a few. The Vlog series tackles many of the topics that will come up during a typical baseball season for coaches including leadership styles, tips for dealing with parents and planning for a productive practice.

Instructional videos feature former pros Joe Siddall and Marc Griffin while former National Team Coach Marty Lehn also offers tips and instruction that will certainly be of value to players and coaches across the country.

Baseball Canada’s André Lachance, Wayne Parro and Kelsey McIntosh handle topics in the Vlog Series with Dominic Dinelle and Sylvain Saindon providing insight in French.

Please subscribe to Baseball Canada’s YouTube Channel to access these informative resources that will help make your next season the best one yet!

 

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