For players that are interested in additional training opportunities, BYBA recommends the following individuals and organizations.
Starting Line Up Baseball
Since 1994, Starting Line Up has offered baseball camps and lessons, including year-round instruction in the fundamentals of baseball. This includes pitching, hitting, fielding mechanics, outfield play and base running. Camps are held throughout the summer, as well as during winter and spring breaks, in Burlingame, and San Mateo. The Starting Line Up staff also operates coaches’ clinics and helps teams of all levels achieve their goals. The summer camps are for 6-12 year-olds in June and July. T-Ball camps are also offered.
Contact: Jeff Hipps
The Catching Academy
Stanford Baseball Camps
Led by former Stanford Baseball coach Dean Stotz, Stanford Baseball Camps offer a variety of camp options and dates for baseball instruction for players age 7 – 12+. All camps are held at Stanford’s beautiful Sunken Diamond field. These camps have received high marks from HLL families in the past. Alumni receive free admission to Stanford baseball games for the entire following season!
Matt Brown – (650) 394-4012
The Cage is the premier indoor baseball and softball facility in the San Francisco Bay area. Consisting of 5,000 square feet of training space, The Cage offers five professional grade batting cages and two clay pitching mounds. The facility also includes two indoor waiting areas with flat screen TVs, free internet access and ample parking. The owners of The Cage have over 20 years of combined experience in Major League Baseball and are dedicated to providing individual instruction and team training to players of all ages. The Cage is a private facility that is available by appointment only.
1704 Rollins Road
Burlingame, CA 94010
Former San Francisco Giants and New York Yankees star outfielder Terry Whitfield and former Major League pitcher Ed Ricks provide personalized hitting and pitching instruction in state-of-the-art batting cages. Terry and Ed offer 30-minute lessons. Players can also rent batting cages for sets of 20 balls on a walk-in basis, or participate in seasonal camps / clinics.