Leaside Baseball Speaker Series - Mental Side to Hitting
Wednesday September 25, 7pm at Amsterdam Brewery in Leaside
In our commitment to player, coach, and parent learning and growth of passion for the game, Leaside Baseball is proud to invite you to our first presentation as part of the Leaside Baseball Speaker Series.
Mental Side of Hitting
Steve Springer and Marcus Knecht will share with us how to get the most confident player to show up and be part of the game for years to come.
The most competitive players on the field get rid of the stats, anxiety and pressure, they learn failure leads to success, they understand how to be a value to their team when hitting 0 for 4, and how to make their mental strength as strong as their physical abilities.
"Getting great at showing up at every game likes it's opening day."
About the Presenters
Steve Springer | Steve Springer is the former performance coach and scout for the Toronto Blue Jays, now working with minor league players on their mental approach to hitting.
After not starting in high-school his Senior year and getting cut in college, Springer was drafted by the Mets after a break out sophmore season. He has achieved over 35 years in professional baseball as a player, agent, and scout and now speaks to audiences about the mental side of hitting while working and training with major league all-stars.
Marcus Knecht | Marcus is a St. Mike's graduate and grew up playing for North York Blues. After a successful college career, he's played for the Blue Jays and Minnesota Twins. He's represented Canada at the 2008 World Junior Baseball Championship, 2011 Baseball World Cup, and 2011 Pan American Games, where Canada won the gold medal.
Who to Attend | Players, Parents, and Coaches are invited to attend. Fee of $50 for one parent plus one player and includes access to Steve's online training information and tools. Registration link is below.
When and Where | Wednesday, September 25th at 7:00PM to 9:30PM at Amsterdam Brewery, 45 Esandar Drive, in Leaside
We look forward to seeing you there.