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Camps and Clinics

Monthly Clinics

Keep your skills sharp with our monthly clinics. Though not always easy, baseball is a simple game. The key to experiencing success is to be good at the simple things, and you can never work on them enough. In these clinics, the main aspects of playing and the fundamentals of each will be covered, giving players the opportunity to consistently hone their skills throughout the winter.


Get ready to mash! Four hitting sessions over the course of a month. Sessions will begin with fundamental instruction followed by rounds of batting practice and cage games. There will be a focus on making hitting fun, what to think, and how to compete at the plate. Players will receive lots of reps! Players of ages 8-12 are welcome.


Sessions are an hour long and will be held once a week over the course of the month.

Schedule and online registration at bottom of the page


Throwing, fielding, pitching, and hitting. Four things that, when confident doing them, will help any ball player stay on the field. Receive lots of reps in all four aspects in our monthly skills clinic. Players of ages 8-12 are welcome.


Sessions are an hour long and will be held once a week over the course of the month. The structure of each session will be as follows:

5 minutes: warm-up

Quick, high intensity warm-up to get the body loose for the session.

15 minutes: throwing

One of the most important parts of the game and yet often overlooked. We will discuss and drill the proper mechanics and mindset to establish confidence in throwing.

40 minutes: fielding/hitting/pitching

 40 minutes will be dedicated to one of these three topics each week. Receive both fundamental and advanced instruction on how to be an efficient fielder, a more confident hitter, and a pitcher who throws strikes.

Month Dates Time
October (hitting) Wednesdays: 7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th 7pm - 8pm
November (skills) Saturdays: 7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th 11am - 12pm
December (hitting) Saturdays: 5th, 12th, 19th, & 26th 11am - 12pm
January (skills) Saturdays: 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th 12pm - 1pm
February (hitting) Saturdays: 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th 12pm - 1pm

March (skills)

Sundays: 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th

1pm - 2pm

March (skills #2) Sundays: 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th 6pm - 7pm
April (hitting) Wednesdays: 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th 7pm - 8pm

April Clinic Full

David Brandt

Baseball Instructor

Phone: 603-224-1655

Clinic Instructor - David Brandt

David is a graduate of Castleton State College (now Castleton University) in Castleton, VT with a degree in Sports Administration and Business. 

Played one year at Wheaton College in Norton, MA before transferring to Castleton where he was a key member of two conference championship teams in 2010 & 2012. Awarded First team All-Conference both those years along with Defensive Player of the Year honors his senior season in center field. School record holder for stolen bases in a single season (47) and in a career (109). 

After graduating, went on to play two seasons in the Professional Pecos League for the Santa Fe Fuego in Santa Fe, NM. The Fuego were league champions in 2014, and in 2015 David posted a strong season hitting .321 with 5 HR’s, 30 RBI, and stealing 31 bases on 33 attempts. 

He has since played and coached professionally in three different countries including one season in Australia, two seasons in Austria, and for his most recent endeavor during the summer of 2019 in Sweden where he hit .402 as a lead off hitter and shortstop. On top of playing and coaching competitively, was very active with the youth organizations within each of the overseas clubs he was part of.  

In between playing baseball, worked for four winters at Diamond Kings Baseball & Softball Academy and Parisi Speed School in Bristol, CT. Responsibilities included teaching the fundamentals of baseball, softball, weight training, and sprinting mechanics in private, small group, and large camp settings with client ages ranging from the youth level to the college level. Furthermore, had two stints coaching at the college level both being in upstate New York. The first in 2013 as an assistant for Adirondack Community College, and also in the PGCBL (Perfect Game Collegiate League) as an assistant for the Glens Falls Dragons during the summer of 2018.  

David is a native of Contoocook, New Hampshire.