Baseball Skills Camp
Saturday, March 7: Ages 7 to 10 from 11 AM – 1:30 PM
Saturday, March 14: Ages 11 to 14 from 11 AM – 1:30 PM
Saturday, March 21: Ages 7 to 10 from 11 AM – 1:30 PM
Saturday, March 28: Ages 11 to 14 from 11 AM – 1:30 PM
Do not let baseball season sneak up on you! Now is the time to work on and develop your hitting and defensive abilities at the Performance Center. These one day clinics are designed to help baseball players improve their skills and techniques with Hitting and Defense.
This camp will be led by former South Bend Silver Hawks manager, Mark Haley with the assistance of other Performance Center instructors.
Enrollment is limited. $35 session fee.
About the instructor: Mark Haley
Mark Haley is the former manager of the South Bend Silver Hawks, having led the team from 2005-2014. During that time, he was named manager of the year in the Midwest League in 2005, 2008 & 2013. He was Player Development Man of the Year for the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2005 and was the first recipient of the Joe Garagiola Jr. Award for excellence in player development for the Diamondbacks in 2008. While at the helm, his teams were able to work themselves into the play offs 8 of the 10 years and won one Midwest League Championship and three Eastern Division championships. Early on, Haley was selected by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 26th round of the 1977 amateur draft but instead chose to attend the University of Nebraska to play ball while earning his degree in education. He started coaching at UNL as an assistant from 1982-86. He also coached in the summer for the Alaska League and the Jayhawk League. He then became a recruiting coordinator and interim head coach while at the University of Tennessee (1987-91). He spent over a decade in the Chicago White Sox organization as a coach. He was with the South Bend White Sox (1991-1992), Sarasota White Sox (1993), Hickory Crawdads (1994), Venezuela League (1994) South Bend Silver Hawks (1995), Prince William Cannons (1996), and Winston-Salem Warthogs (1997), where he managed for 49 games. Returning to coaching, he was at Winston-Salem (1999, 2001-2002), with the Birmingham Barron’s (2003) and the Great Falls White Sox (2004) before joining the South Bend Silver Hawks. Throughout his coaching career, Haley has worked with over a hundred and twenty major league players.