The Guyana Baseball League in association with E-Networks Inc., Sterling Products Limited, Fly Jamaica Airways and Nobel House Sea Foods has conducted successful Easter baseball camps in New Amsterdam Berbice, Cornelia Ida and Tuschen West Demerara, where over 200 children have participated thus far, with lessons and games for all ages.
The development of the game in Guyana has caught the attention of the baseball world and Mr. Elias Sosa a former major League Pitcher with a distinguished career, who is now Latin America Coordinator for Major League Baseball, will visit and conduct coaching sessions for camp participants at the Georgetown Cricket Club, Georgetown on the 2nd ,3rd and 4th May.
MLBI works to develop baseball in Latin America; they send coaches to work with Baseball Federations. They also conduct seminars for coaches covering topics including physical development, baseball instruction, player motivation, character development, teamwork and sports medicine. Their programme includes classroom instruction followed by practical application on the field.
Attendees can register by calling 657-STAR or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ENetworksbaseballstar and at the ground on camp mornings.
All equipment will be provided by the GBL and participants are asked to dress appropriately for sporting activity and in the interest of preserving the environment to bring reusable water bottles. Camp begins at 9:00AM and ends at 4:30PM. There are no fees.
GBL programmes are designed to engage the imagination of the youth of today. Our energetic staff implements a unique camp atmosphere, which allows for safety, fun, and skills development. All GBL camps will focus on helping the kids learn the rules of the game while working on sportsmanship.
All of the E-Networks Baseball Star contenders will be attending the camps.
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