2018 Toronto Blue Jays Instructional Clinic

Updated Saturday April 21, 2018 by South London Baseball Association.

Press Release: 
South London Baseball to Host 
Toronto Blue Jays Instructional Clinic
June 23, 2018

South London Baseball Association will be hosting a Toronto Blue Jays Honda Instructional Clinic on Saturday, June 23 at Lambeth Park for all interested players aged 8 (or turning 8) to 14.

Blue Jays Academy Instructors will focus on teaching young players of all abilities the fundamental skills of baseball in a fun and structured atmosphere.

The clinic will be four hours in length. During the clinic, players will rotate through drills that will cover all skills including: hitting, throwing, fielding, pitching and base running. Coaches and parents are invited to come on to the field during the clinic to observe different drills and ask instructors questions to enhance understanding.

Each participant will receive a Blue Jays hat, T-shirt and baseball manual.

Each registered clinic attendee should bring their glove, bat, and helmet along with a drink and snacks. We recommend that you arrive 15 to 30 minutes before the clinic begins in order to check in at our registration table.

The fee for the clinic is $55.00 (plus H.S.T.) per player and the instructional sessions will commence at 9:00 a.m. and run until 1:00 p.m. 

For more information on the clinic and to register click here (please note, registration will open around mid-march, if it has not opened when you click the link, please check back often): 

http://toronto.bluejays.mlb.com/tor/baseball_academy/honda-instructional-clinics/

The clinic will be held outdoors at Lambeth Park. .In the event of rain, an advertisement will be made on the South London Baseball website the morning of the event. 

Honda Instructional Clinics also serve as a fundraising opportunity for the host baseball association or little league, as $25 from each registration is donated back to the host organization after the first 25 registrations. In 2017, the Blue Jays were able to donate over $51,000 back to amateur baseball in Ontario as a result.