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Camp KO Winter Baseball
Camp KO's Saturday Winter Baseball workouts resume in January 2017 under the professional instruction of former Major League player Ryan Radmanovich. This is a ten-week program consisting of a 1.5-hour session each Saturday from January 7–March 11. There will be four age groups, each with its own workout time (see chart below). The sessions will be held at the KO Fieldhouse (18 Highland Street, West Hartford, CT). Each age group is limited to 25 players. The price is $275. Register now.
The program is designed to focus on the fundamentals and mechanics of hitting, fielding, and throwing and the importance of correct and consistent repetitions. Rotating hitting stations will provide small group and individual instruction as well as maximize reps. In addition, proper technique and maximum reps will help strengthen arms and reduce the risk of injury as players prepare to go outdoors in the Spring. Coach Rad and his staff will be accompanied by former and current KO Varsity players.
Saturdays January 7 — March 11
10 sessions, make-up date 3/18
|8:30-10:00||8-10 (Sold Out)|
|10:15-11:45||11-12 (Sold Out)|
|2:00-3:30||all HS players only (Sold Out)|
Ryan Radmanovich played Division 1 baseball at Pepperdine University (Malibu, CA), where he was named All-Conference. He was selected in the 12th round of the 1993 MLB draft by the Minnesota Twins and went on to play for the New Britain Rock Cats during his climb through the Twins organization. Claimed off waivers by the Seattle Mariners in 1998, Radmanovich played in the Major Leagues for Lou Piniella and alongside Ken Griffey Jr., and Alex Rodriguez. He played a total of 17 years of professional baseball with Minnesota, Seattle, San Diego, and Pittsburgh, and represented Canada in two Olympic Games (Athens '04, Beijing '08), and the World Baseball Classic of 2006. Coach Rad is one of the premier technical coaches in the state, and we are fortunate to have him as the KO assistant varsity coach.