Baseball BC High Performance Seminar - "Advancing One Base at a Time"

November 23, 2020


What a success; it was so fun and informative, too...

This FREE seminar is designed to Empower Athletes with Knowledge and Pathways taking them as Far as they Want to Go.

Listen to some of Baseballs’ Finest Discuss and Explain How to Become a Winner...!  How to get Identified, Play for Team BC & Team Canada, Recruited for College or University and even Scouted beyond…

Event is Loaded with MLB Players & Personalities, including current National Coach Aaron Myette hosting Taylor Green, Chris Pritchett, Ricky Romero and more (schedule below)…

Coach Jeremy Hall watched and says "Greatly appreciate all your hard work and that of those involved in providing baseball experiences for everyone during these crazy times!  Keep up the great work!"

Anonymous: "Thanks Baseball BC.  This is packed with information for players, coaches & parents. And listening to Ricky was awesome...!"

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Schedule:
12:00-12:30 Drew Todd-CSI Pacific- Being a carded athlete, what that means and how to obtain it

12:30-1:00 David Laing-Baseball BC- Pathways to High Performance teams in BC, where to find information and how the tryouts are conducted.

Baseball BC High Performance Pathways PowerPoint Presentation

1:00-1:30 Chris Pritchett-UBC- The recruiting process and what colleges look for from future recruits. If time permits, a day in the life of a UBC baseball player

1:30-2:00 Taylor Green-International Scout Milwaukee Brewers- What MLB teams look for in players they want to draft, how players are graded and what players can do to up their stock

2:00-2:30 Greg Hamilton-Baseball Canada- What athletes need to do to represent their country playing baseball. What he looks for and how to be identified.

2:30-3:00 Ricky Romero-Toronto Blue Jays- His pathway to MLB and what life is like after baseball is finished

 


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Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD)

What is LTAD?

Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) is a systemic approach being developed and adopted by Baseball Canada to maximize a participant's potential and involvement in our sport. The LTAD framework aims to define optimal training, competition and recovery throughout an athlete's career to enable him / her to reach his / her full potential in baseball and as an athlete. 

 

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Hometown: Maple Ridge

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