Fall Baseball Instructional Clinic Registration Opens

Roland Park Baseball Leagues, Inc. is pleased to announce the return of our instructional Fall Ball program for the 2021 season. This year will mark the fifteenth season of our instructional program, and we are pleased to welcome new instructional partners for 2021. This year the program will be lead by Keith Kormanik and his team from KSK Developmental Camps. Keith is a fixture in the Baltimore area and is a director at Coppermine Field House who brings a wealth of experience as a longtime coach as a part of his many endeavors. Keith is also an alum of Gilman. Keith will be joined by Alex Robinson and Danny Blair among others. Alex is a pitcher who parleyed a successful college career at the University of Maryland into being drafted by the Twins in 2014 in the fifth round. Danny is an outfielder who attended Gilman and played for the University of South Carolina and the University of Tampa. All are looking forward to working with RPBL players this fall.

The program will be focused on all around skill development and is designed for non-travel players. This program is a great way to get ready for the next season, and we appreciate the willingness of Keith and his team to contribute to the development of our players.

The program will again be eight weeks, but note that this year's program will be on Saturdays instead of Sundays. The first Saturday will be September 11, 2021 continuing through October 30, 2021. We will have a rain date available, if needed. We are thankful to be able to host the program at St. Mary's Seminary located at the corner of Northern Parkway and Roland Avenue as we have for the last several years. The location presents a great locale for the program, and we appreciate the Seminary inviting us back year after year.

Program Session Times on Saturday:

T-ball Group: 9:15-10:15am

7-15 year old Group: 10:30-noon

 

The price for the program will be as follows:

T-ball Group: $95

7-15 Age Group: $160

FAQs:

Q. Can a player younger than seven "play up" to the older age group?

A. We can make adjustments to address this situation. Please contact the league to discuss the situation with your particular player. Our goal is to have each player in the appropriate situation for his/her skill development.

 

Q. Are there teams assigned as is done for the spring season?

A. No, we do not have traditional teams in the fall. Players will be assigned to training groups based upon age and ability.

 

Q. Where should I park?

A. Please do not park on the Seminary grounds. Parking can be found along Roland Avenue.

 

Q. Can parents stay during the session?

A. Parents are welcome to stay during the session, but we ask them to remain along the perimeter of the field for the duration.

 

Q. Are bathrooms available on the field?

A. Unfortunately, we will not have access to bathroom facilities at the Seminary.

 

Q. Will water be provided?

A. Players should bring their own water or drinks. Given the continuing situation with COVID-19, we ask that players not share drinks.

 

Q. What kind of equipment will my player need?

A. Players should wear athletic shoes or non-metal cleats and have their own gloves. Players are welcome to bring their own bats, and we strongly encourage players to bring their own helmets. Please be sure to mark all of your player's equipment with his/her name.

 

Q. Will there be games?

A. Game situations will be incorporated into the program with special emphasis on games within the training groups during Weeks four and eight.