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BASEBALL CLINICS TO OFFER COACHING ADVICE

Little League Baseball will hold umpiring and coaching clinics in the territory with professional instructions given by Major League Baseball scout Basil P. Tarasko and certified umpire Jack Conway. Tarasko is the head coach at Baruch College and a scout for the San Diego Padres.
The St. Thomas clinics begin Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m. and continue Monday from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Lionel Roberts Stadium.
Day 1 topics include on-the-field behavior, when and how to discipline, techniques in getting parents involved, setting reachable goals, fundamentals of the game, and communication with parents and players.
Day 2 topics include current coaching and teaching techniques, rules of the game, organizing practice sessions, safety, sportsmanship and umpire issues.
For general information, contact Joseph Samuel at 772-3168. For St. Thomas information, call Bobby Thomas at 693-3628.

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Little League Baseball will hold umpiring and coaching clinics in the territory with professional instructions given by Major League Baseball scout Basil P. Tarasko and certified umpire Jack Conway. Tarasko is the head coach at Baruch College and a scout for the San Diego Padres.
The St. Thomas clinics begin Sunday from 2 to 6 p.m. and continue Monday from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Lionel Roberts Stadium.
Day 1 topics include on-the-field behavior, when and how to discipline, techniques in getting parents involved, setting reachable goals, fundamentals of the game, and communication with parents and players.
Day 2 topics include current coaching and teaching techniques, rules of the game, organizing practice sessions, safety, sportsmanship and umpire issues.
For general information, contact Joseph Samuel at 772-3168. For St. Thomas information, call Bobby Thomas at 693-3628.