Power Alley Ready for Winter, News (St. Thomas Minor Baseball)

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Power Alley Ready for Winter
Submitted By STMBA on Sunday, December 8, 2019
It might be cold outside, but all things baseball are underway at the Power Alley to cure the winter blues.

Power Alley is gearing up to bring a wide range of programming options for the baseball player in your family.

Winter Instructional Clinics will begin Monday Jan 6, 2020.  Power Alley will be offering a pitching clinic, catching clinic, junior all skills clinic, and an intermediate all skills clinic.  These 5 week clinics will help prepare players for upcoming tryouts or just shake some off season rust

We haven't forgotten about our youngest athletes.  The Power Alley is presenting The Little Sluggers Indoor T-Ball League.  This league is for players born in 2015, 2016, and 2017 and will run Saturday mornings with 3 game slots each week 9am, 10am, and 11am.  Cost is only $50 for the indoor league, and that includes a t-shirt and also STMBA is offering a $10 rebate on your child's summer registration if you play in the indoor league.  Don't miss out as space is limited to 48 children.

For those that are looking for a more personal style of training, The Power Alley is offering semi private and private instruction as well.  Power Alley instructors will be matched to the athletes based on what skills they are looking to improve.  

Baseball action over the Christmas Holidays will be in full force, with Power Alley Holiday Camps.  These camps are split into 2 age groups.  The morning session is from 9am to 12pm and is for 7-9 year olds.  The afternoon session is from 1pm to 4pm and is for 10-13 year olds.  This fun camp will help with skill development but will also have some fun games mixed in.  Register for the full camp, or just for the days that work for you.

Looking for last minute gift ideas for that baseball player in the family?  Power Alley gift certificates are available at the facility and can be used for all programming or memberships.  They are available in any denomination you need.

Finally for those looking to just come in on their own, Power Alley once again is offering memberships for the off season.  1 month and 3 month options are available.  Members have dedicated time set aside most days and are welcome to use the facility during member times only.

With STMBA registration just around the corner January 17 and 18, the Power Alley is here to help.  Looking forward to seeing you soon.  Visit https://poweralley.ca/ for all the information.
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