LISLE, IL. – The Bulls/Sox Academy announced today that it will be hosting a Chicago White Sox Pitching Club at Hawthorne School located at 145 Arthur Avenue in Elmhurst.
The White Sox Pitching Club will give you a firsthand look at the pitching mechanics that all great pitchers use. Pitching with accuracy, velocity, and minimal arm strain is no accident. There is a process that should be followed from the Big Leagues to Little Leagues and that is exactly what White Sox Pitching Coach, Don Cooper teaches to the current Sox pitching staff. The Pitching Club will teach that same process. Professional Bulls/Sox Academy instructors will cover grips, arm action, balance points, and pitching from the wind up and stretch. Even if pitching isn’t in your future plans, throwing the ball correctly is critical to becoming a good overall baseball player.
The Pitching Club will start on Thursday, April 11th and will run until May 2nd. Enrollment is limited and is open to boys and girls, six to eleven. Session One for six to eight year olds will be from 4:30-5:45pm, immediately followed by Session Two for nine to eleven year olds from 5:45-7:00pm. The cost is only $103.00 per athlete.
The Bulls/Sox Academy opened in 2001 in Lisle, Illinois and runs extensive training programs for boys and girls from beginner to professional. There are additional Bulls/Sox Academy locations in Glen Ellyn, LaGrange and Schererville, IN. For more information or to register for a camp, go to www.BullsSoxAcademy.com or call 630-324-8221.