Dec. 23, 2012
PITTSBURGH - The University of Pittsburgh baseball team will host its third annual Pro Scout Development Clinic on Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Cost Center on the University of Pittsburgh campus.
The camp will serve as an opportunity to be instructed and evaluated by the Pitt coaching staff and players as well as some of the most accomplished and respected professional baseball scouts in the Northeast.
In addition to the Panther coaches and minimum of four professional scouts, several regional College, University, and Junior College staffs have also been invited to attend the event.
The clinic will serve as a great learning opportunity with professional scouts giving mini-clinics to all participants and evaluating all players in pro-style workouts at their chosen position.
For more information and to register online please visit www.pittbaseballclinics.com. This opportunity has limited registration and plans on selling out. Additional questions may be directed to clinic coordinator and Pitt assistant coach Jacke Healy at email@example.com or 412-648-8556.
The Panthers, who begin their third season at the state-of-the-art Cost Field at the Petersen Sports Complex this spring, are one of three teams to advance to the past four Big East Championships. Since 2000, the Panthers have been one of the premier programs in the Northeast winning over 400 games and producing 12 All-Americans, 50 All-Big East honorees and seeing 51 players sign professional contracts.
The future of Pitt baseball also looks bright as the Panthers look forward to joining the Atlantic Coast Conference in the summer of 2013. Pitt recently signed an impressive 2013 recruiting class and are off to a great start with the 2014 class.
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