1. Arrive early, prepared, & game ready:
It is best to arrive at least 10-15 minutes early to your lesson. For the best training experience, the player should dress sharp, as though they are about to play in a real game.
Baseball pants (optional but preferred) and belt
Baseball Hat (necessary)
DO NOT wear street clothes, ie: jeans and flip flops
Wearing baseball pants and cleats will enable a player to safely practice sliding when desired.
If no sliding practice is desired during the lesson, or it is too hot, shorts can be worn.
2. Bring your gear, water, sunscreen, etc:
To have a proper and productive lesson, player will need to bring the following:
Baseball/softball bat (necessary if player wants to practice hitting)
Helmet (necessary if player wants to practice hitting)
Baseball Glove (necessary if the player wants to practice catching, throwing, and/or fielding)
plenty of water (necessary)
Your coach will provide baseballs and all other necessary training aids for the lesson, but is not required to supply the list of gear above.