LAKE ELSINORE — Youth baseball enthusiasts, as well as beginners, are invited to a series of baseball clinics hosted by the Baseball Resource Group (BRG) at McVicker Park in Lake Elsinore. This exciting opportunity is perfect for young players looking to enhance their skills and enjoy the sport of baseball.

Introduction to Baseball (Ages 5-8)

Time: 9:00-10:30 am

Dates: June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13

Baseball Fundamentals (Ages 9-12)

Time: 11:00 am-12:30 pm

Dates: June 22, June 29, July 6, July 13

Location:

McVicker Park – Field 1 (Lower Field)

29355 McVicker Canyon Park Rd, Lake Elsinore, CA

The Baseball Resource Group (BRG) is inviting youth baseball enthusiasts, as well as beginners, to a series of baseball clinics at McVicker Park in Lake Elsinore. Valley News/Courtesy photo

The clinics are designed to provide young athletes with expert guidance from former MLB scouts and coaches. Activities will focus on:

Basic Introduction for beginners (ages 5-8), covering fundamental skills and introducing the sport in a fun and engaging way.

Advanced Techniques for intermediate players (ages 9-12), aimed at honing specific baseball skills and improving overall gameplay.

Registration is required for each clinic day. Secure your spot by visiting Lake Elsinore or calling 951-245-0442.

For additional information, please contact Coach Izzy at misrael@baseballresourcegroup.com or visit them online – Baseball Resource Group.

These clinics provide an excellent opportunity for young players to develop their baseball skills while making new friends and enjoying the sport. Don’t miss out on this chance to learn from the best.

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JP Raineri
JP Raineri

JP is an award-winning multimedia journalist, and head of the Sports Department for the Valley News. Over his time in the Temecula Valley, JP, a former Southwestern League head baseball coach, was also an on-air radio personality at Q103.3, KATY 101.3, Hot 103.9, and was a television host for the Outdoor Channel. When not covering local, or national sports, JP also serves as an Associate Baseball Scout with NSR.