At North East Baseball we take pride not only the product of teams we put on the field in the summer, but more importantly, the development of each and every player in the program. With the busy game schedule we play through the spring and summer, the prime time to teach and develop our players on the fundamentals of the games lives during the months we are indoors!
Throughout the winter we offer weekly practices for each of our teams. Our younger teams, 12-14, hold individual team practices weekly, as well as skills and strength and conditioning clinics throughout the week. These practices include the core fundamentals of the complex game of baseball, from base running, to defensive specialty drills, to hitting technique.
Our high school teams also practice each Sunday morning, meeting collectively in an effort to bring a complete organizational practice setting. With our players ranging from a distant radius from our facilities, it is at times tough for each player to attend practice. This group setting including all of our high school players provides scenarios for our players old and young to learn and compete with and against one another.
Our practices are held at both of our facilities, In the Batter’s Box, in Hudson and Littleton. We are also fortunate enough to have the ability to rent the Boston College bubble on the campus of Boston College to practice in for all of our teams on multiple occasions throughout the winter. This opportunity provides us with the ability to create game-like situations at a high-level in the extended space.
We feel that by continuing to develop, teach and provide our players with repetitions throughout the winter, they enter their high schools seasons not shaking the rust off, but completely prepared to compete at a high-level immediately. Providing these opportunities also continues to show our players the focus and dedication it takes not only to be a collegiate baseball player, but to be successful in what you choose to do in life!