GREENWICH, Conn. -- The Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation still is accepting registration for its fall baseball clinics.
Online-only registration is open through Friday for Greenwich residents here . Mail-in registration will begin Friday, and applications should not be postmarked earlier than that day. In-person registration at the Parks and Recreation Office begins Monday, Aug. 15.
Non-residents may sign-up starting Aug. 15. Registration ends Friday, Aug. 26 or when the program is filled.
Space is limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
The fall baseball clinics are offered to boys ages 8-12. Experienced instruction is provided in eight sessions on local fields. Participants must have turned 8 and not have turned 13 by Sept. 7, 2016.
The clinics will be organized into two age groups: ages 8-9 and 10-12.
Instruction focuses on pitching and catching, field positioning and strategy, fundamentals, batting and game situations. More advanced skill work is provided for the older group, as well as preparation for those players looking to move up to travel ball, Jr. Babe Ruth or other advanced leagues.
Registration forms are available in the Parks and Recreation Office at Town Hall and online ; just click on Parks and Recreation and then youth programs under Recreation.
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