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Extra Innings Hagerstown Fall Baseball Leagues

Extra Innings Hagerstown Fall Baseball Leagues

August 06, 2008- Hagerstown, MD- Extra Innings is accepting registrations for the second annual Extra Innings Hagerstown Fall Instructional League. The league will have two different divisions: 18U wooden bat and 12U Division - Small Diamond Play. The goal of the fall instructional league is to provide a quality, structured environment for baseball players to continue to improve their skills, play in the best weather of the year, and have lots of fun doing it. Individual players will be assigned a team, which will be coached by one of the instructors from Extra Innings. Players will receive continuous instruction during weekly practices and games. The league will foster a competitive atmosphere but will emphasize "learning the game" not necessarily "winning the game." Players will have an opportunity to try new positions or continue to improve at the ones they already play without the pressure of league or all-star play. Every player and team plays six doubleheaders (12 games). This is a fun way to close out one season and get a jump start on your off season training program. Players who register before August 15th will receive $50 off registration fee. The cut off date for accepting registrations is August 31.
Players can register as individuals and play for a team sponsored by Extra Innings and coached by our staff or play as a member of an independent team. For more information on each league and to register online, log on to www.extrainnings-hagerstown.com or call (301) 393-2668.
Attached is the press release announcing Extra Innings Hagerstown's Second Annual Fall Instructional League.
Any questions please contact General Manager, Matt Johnson.

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