I have to admit – if I don’t say so myself – it was one of the best shows to date when former UA wide receiver Shawn Poindexter and Burt Kinerk visited the show for the first hour. We spoke about Poindexter’s future and possible chance at the NFL. And in the second hour I had in former UA baseball coach Jerry Stitt, now an assistant athletic director at Pima College. He was joined by former UA baseball player/pro player George Arias. Stitt is putting on a baseball clinic this weekend at Pima.
Here is the information for Stitt’s baseball clinic on Sunday.
Date: Sunday, January 13, 2019
Time: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Location: Pima Community College West Campus 2202 W. Anklam Rd. Tucson, Arizona 85745
Cost: $25 per person (if register before 12/20) $40 (if registered after 12/20) Register: www.SoAZCoachesInstitute.com
The purpose of Southern Arizona Coaches Institute is to raise the level of talent amongst athletes by sharing knowledge with coaches from some of sports’ brightest minds.
Guests will learn from some of baseball’s brightest minds about hitting fundamentals, fielding, pitching, practice management, and many more topics. Jerry Stitt says, “My goal is to improve the level of baseball in Southern Arizona by improving the level of coaching.”
Attendees can look forward to hearing from special guests such as Kevin Long (Hitting Coach, Washington Nationals), Brent Strom (Pitching Coach, Houston Astros), Jay Johnson (Head Baseball Coach, University of Arizona), Chip Hale (Bench Coach, Washington Nationals), George Arias (former MLB player), Gil Heredia (former MLB player), Shelley Duncan (former MLB player/Field Coordinator, Toronto Blue Jays), Ken Jacome (Head Baseball Coach, Pima Community College), Victor Solis (Head Baseball Coach, Paradise Valley Community College) and many more.