Work out schedule for our young players in the 13U Group
Any questions let me know.
Below is the Flyer and the three forms needed to sign up for the 2010 RBI Fall Instructional Baseball League.
1. BGCV Membership Application
3. Payment formThanks!
Hope everyone is having a wonderful Friday!
The Academy will be COMPLETELY closed Monday, September 20th, 2010. All workouts will be canceled for that day. The fields, cages and office will also be closed.
All activities will resume as scheduled on Tuesday.
Hope you have a great weekend!
Hope everyone is have a GREAT Saturday moring.
The Academy is offering a new class!!! It is a 6-week scorekeeping course taught by our very own, Coach James Roberts.
You will learn everything from the proper way to prepare a scoresheet to totaling a game stats.
Week 1: Introduction to scorekeeping
Week 2: In-game situations
Week 3: Preparing a scoresheet
Week 4: Game Scoring
Week 5: Game Scoring
Week 6: Test scoring knowledge
So, mark your calanders for Saturday, October 9th @ 1:00 pm, there is a small catch….This class is only offered to kids 14 & older.
Check out the flyer below and if you have any questions please feel free to email
James Roberts – James.Roberts@mlb.com or
Liz Vazquez – Liz.Vazquez@mlb.com
Good Afternoon Everyone
Here is a recap of the Labor Day weekend event, The U.S.A. / Japan Baseball Series.
First of all, thank you to everyone that had a hand in putting together this event. To the participants, thank you for representing the Academy with high standards and in a prefessional manner.
Daniel Arellano, J.P. Crawford, Darrell Miller, Gosuke Katoh, Desmond Henry, R.J. Ybarra, Thomas Walker, Kerry Kelley, Jerry Keel, Kyle Twomey, Aki Yamamoto, Marcos Lara, Austin Wilson, Dominic Smith, Mark Silva, Ryan Garvey, Ron Miller, Ryan Keller, Robert Gsellman, Teyrey Gatewwod and Mike Martin
The U.S.A team went into the third and final showdown against Japan down 2 games. They knew it was do-or-die, as this was the last game of the series. The final score was 2-1, putting U.S.A. on top. Team U.S.A.’s record in the series was 1-2.
Here are some top performers for the U.S.A. team:
J.P. Crawford led the team in batting average, hitting .444 with 4 hits, 1 double, 1 RBI and 2 runs scored in 9 opportunities.
Gosuke Katoh hit .429 with 3 hits and 1 run scored in 7 opportunities.
Darrell Miller hit .400 with 4 hits, 2 RBIs and 1 run scored in 10 opportunities.
There were 2 homeruns hit by the U.S.A. team, one by Dominic Smith and the other by Ryan Garvey.