NEBC is pleased to announce the Third Annual ProSeries Hitting Clinic, which provides a unique opportunity for players 9U and older to advance their skills, knowledge, and ability.
Matt Hyde's ProSeries Hitting is an intensive, work-oriented clinic. Players should come prepared for physical exertion. A high level of personal engagement is intended to help the individual recognize strengths and weaknesses. Players will learn what you need to practice, prepare, and improve your hitting.
Over the course of the session, the Matt Hyde Hitting Clinic covers several areas of batting instruction. The content of the course includes:
Note: Players must bring their own equipment and may wear turf or molded cleats.
1. Submit Player Information Form below.
2. Once form is submitted, payment links will appear on this page, and will be emailed to you. Once payment is made, your registration is complete.
About Matt Hyde:
Matt has served as the Northeast Scouting Supervisor for the New York Yankees since Fall 2005 and is the Scout Liaison to the Cape Cod Baseball League.
Matt has managed the New York Yankees Northeast Area Code Team since 2007 and since 2006 has helped the Rangers coach the Northeast East Coast Pro Showcase Team.
Matt spent 9 years as college baseball coach at Boston College, University of Michigan, Harvard University and was the winner of 2 Big Ten Championships and 2 Ivy League Championships along with 2 Cape Cod League Championships.
"We are proud to once again provide this clinic to area players. The difference between this clinic and others is the tremendous learning environment created by having workable numbers and high staff-to-player ratio.
You will learn from highly successful people who have been in your shoes, people who have gone on to careers in professional baseball, people whose experiences can help you gain insight into what you have to do to maximize your potential.
If you are a player thirsty for that extra edge and a no-nonsense intensive opportunity to learn, this clinic is a must for your development."