The Brookline WinterBall clinic is open to players of all experience and talent levels in grades 1–12. Over the course of the winter, you'll interact with knowledgeable, experienced instructors who will help you:
Learn and reinforce the fundamentals of throwing, fielding, hitting, pitching, and catching
Build arm strength and stay in baseball shape throughout the winter
Develop advanced skills that prepare you for the spring season
WHEN & WHERE
This winter's clinic will take place on 10 Saturdays:
December 2, 9, 16
January 6, 13, 20, 27
February 3, 10, 17
Start time based on school grade:
Grades 9–12 at 1:00–3:00
Grades 5–8 at 3:00–5:00
Grades 1–4 at 5:00–7:00
Tappan Street Pavilion (indoors)
Brookline High School
66 Tappan Street, top floor
HOW TO REGISTER
Two steps to register:
In the interest of health and safety, a child should not attend the WinterBall clinic if:
The child is feeling sick, even if it's believed to be just a cold.
The child or a member of the child's immediate family is currently experiencing any COVID symptoms.
The child or a member of the child's immediate family has tested positive for COVID within the past five days.
In addition, those who tested positive must wear a mask at the WinterBall clinic during the five-day period that follows the initial five-day quarantine (days 6–10).
Brookline WinterBall is sponsored by Brookline Youth Baseball and At Bat for Brookline (a nonprofit organization that supports BHS Warriors Baseball). Grade groupings may need to be adjusted based on enrollment. We cannot guarantee a refund if you withdraw after registering. If a session must be canceled because of weather, we will attempt to schedule a makeup after the final session.
If you have any questions, please contact the clinic director, John Bucci.