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At the Coto Sports Youth Baseball Program we measure success by the development of your child and not the score.

Our ChangeUp Baseball School & Lil’ Sluggers Baseball Program challenges the status quo by developing talent without ignoring your individual child. We use age appropriate games that teach them to use baseball as a vehicle to improve every aspect of their life now, and in the future.
All the Coto Sports programs focus on developing the intangibles such as confidence, self responsibility, working as a team and good sportsmanship, all in an environment where your child is connect with a positive group of peers and mentors.

Overview

Lil Sluggers Program Overview

Lil Sluggers is an instructional baseball program that focuses on the fundamental skills needed to be successful in baseball, while creating a fun environment that will help your child foster a real love for the game. Basics such as throwing, catching, hitting and base running are the core of the curriculum. Our instructional classes, camps and leagues will build confidence, while recognizing the importance of teamwork, cooperation and helping others.

Facility Classes:
• Lil Sluggers Baseball has small class sizes, maximum 8 students per class.
• All classes are held indoors.
• Each Lil Sluggers class lasts 45-50 minutes.
• No equipment is necessary for 2 thru 4 year olds.
• Baseball gloves are recommended for 5 & 6 year olds.
• Make up classes are available.

Other Lil Slugger Options
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Enrichment Program for childcare facilities, churches and private schools!

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All classes are available all year-round. We also do private lessons for individual kids, teams or groups.

Class Description

2-Year Olds – (some parent/caregiver participation may be necessary)

The Mascots curriculum is designed to have the child begin their baseball experience in a fun environment that introduces simple basics of the game

Objectives:

• Simple base running and base recognition

• Hitting; holding the bat properly, focusing on making contact with the ball off of a tee

• Throwing in an overhand motion

• Fielding, with emphasis on using two hands and not falling down

• Fitness and agility

• Improved hand/eye coordination

• An introduction to social skills such as following simple instructions and taking turns

3-Year Olds – (some parent/caregiver participation may be necessary)

The Minors curriculum is designed to have the children continue their baseball experience in a fun environment that also reinforces the fundamentals of the game.

Objectives:

• Simple base running and base recognition

• Hitting; focusing on proper stance and level swing to make contact with the ball off of the tee. Introduction to hitting from a pitch

• Throwing…point, step and throw with proper motion and aim

• Fielding, with emphasis on using two hands, staying in front of the ball and not falling down

• Understanding straightforward game situations, such as throwing a player out

• Fitness and agility

• Improved hand/eye coordination

• Advancement of social skills such as following instructions, taking turns and teamwork

4-Year olds

The Majors curriculum expands on the skills learned in the 3 year old program, with slightly more technical instruction and game situations.

Objectives:

• Proper base running and sliding techniques

• Hitting, focusing on proper stance, level swing, and follow through off the tee. Begin hitting from a pitch by the coach

• Throwing…point, step and throw with proper motion for distance and accuracy

• Fielding, with emphasis on using two hands and staying in front of the ball

• Catching pop flies with two hands

• Learning various offensive and defensive game situations

• Fitness and agility


5 & 6-Year olds

The Hall of Famers curriculum is designed to have the children continue improving their fundamental skills while preparing them for their next level of participation, ORGANIZED TEE-BALL!

Objectives:

• Base recognition and proper base running techniques

• Five steps of hitting with focus on proper form including full swing and hip rotation

• Correct throwing mechanics emphasizing accuracy and distance

• Proper fielding technique, keeping their body in front of the ball

• Using the baseball glove for fielding of line drives and pop flies

• Game Situations and teamwork

 

 

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