Can't make it to our facility?

  We will come to you! Our coaches have done camps all over the state of Colorado and will travel outside of the state as well. We will work with you to customize a camp or clinic for your players and/or coaches from little league to high school. We are available for off-season training, pre-season clinics, and summer camps. Get the insight on how to teach the fundamentals, training methods, practice organization, organization building and the communication tools that will help your program or league achieve a new level of success in building well-rounded young athletes. If you are interested in receiving a customized proposal from us or would like to host a camp, please contact Jeff Doland at (303) 726-5106.

Diamond Club Baseball Camps

 

Diamond Club Baseball Camps, a national affiliate program of America’s Baseball Camps, provides year-round training to players of all ages and ability levels with the goal of making each individual a better player. With a very low camper-to-coach ratio, players will receive personalized instruction on the development of their physical and mental skills.

 

Diamond Club coaches will communicate and demonstrate to players how proper fundamentals and a good mental approach will make each individual more successful. Players will leave camp with various drills they can use to correct and enhance their skills, as well as an understanding of how to practice and prepare for game time. We stress the importance of hard work, quality repetitions, focused intensity, positive attitude and the responsibility each player has to his teammates, coaches, parents and himself!

 

Questions for Diamond Club Baseball Camps? Contact 720-210-9597 or dcbaseballcamps@gmail.com


September 2018

2019 Diamond Club Softball Tournament Team Program

09/10/2018 - 02/15/2019 ~ Monday - Friday Registration Ends: 02/15/2019$1,625.00 | TBD TBD

OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Welcome to The 2019 Diamond Club Softball Tournament Team Program.

 

The Non-Refundable player fee is due and payable as follows:

Parent Meeting (9/10/18) - $225.00

10/12/18 -$350.00

11/16/18 -$350.00

1/11/19 -$350.00

2/15/19 -$350.00

 

Important Note: The credit card on file will be charged on the dates listed above (unless the entire amount is paid).

 

FEES INCLUDE: The player fees cover 9-10 tournament entry fees, uniforms (1 pair of pants, 2 uniform tops, 1 pair of socks, 1 hat), insurance, practice field usage costs, facility usage costs, team practice baseballs and team game balls. Cost also includes coaching reimbursement if playing on a Diamond Club coached team. Fees DO NOT cover, Private Instruction, camps or specialty equipment (helmets, bat bags, fleece pullovers, sleeves, and catching gear). 

 

Diamond Club apparel as well as specialty equipment can be purchased through Sportline at discounted prices, See Brad Mulvaney for details. Diamond Club players do receive discounts on camp registrations throughout the year, winter hitting league and have access to hit in the facility when space is available.

 

FUNDRAISERS: Diamond Club runs two fundraisers throughout the year that help keep our fees low. 1) Wreath Sale in November/December 2) Hanging Basket Sale in April/May. Teams can run individual team fundraisers throughout the year (Team Nights at Buffalo Wild Wings, Casino Bus trips, King Soopers Gift Cards) to help with team costs (extra tournaments, added uniforms)

 

TRAVEL: Diamond Club plays the majority of its tournaments in the metro area, ranging from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs. If teams would like to travel a greater distance and it is agreed upon by the team Diamond Club will get you where you want to go. We have sent teams to Omaha, Phoenix, Grand Junction, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Kansas City, Park City and Cooperstown. Player fees mentioned above do not cover any travel related expenses. 

 

PRACTICE: Winter practices will start in November or December depending on each team's coach. These practices will be one night a week for an hour and a half. Every player should strive to attend all practices. If conflicts arise due to school activities or winter sports programs please communicate with the coach. Players will not be disciplined for being a multi-sport athlete. 

 

Spring practices (outside) will begin when the local cities release the fields for use, usually late April-Early May. Each team will be given a 2 hour time slot twice a week to hold practice. Teams can also have a third night of practice in the facility, if the coach desires. Missing spring practices can result in reduced playing time. Coaches need to be made aware of a player not attending practice at least 1 hour prior to practice beginning.

 

PARENTS: Communication is the key to a successful season. Parents need to follow the Chain of Commands when communicating. Diamond Club ownership is not the first step of problem solving. In past years, Diamond Club teams that have had the most success are the ones who have parents, players and coaches working toward two common goals: to improve as players and win as a team. Issues outside the fence and at home (undermining what the coach is trying to accomplish), hurts everyone on the team, including the parents.

 

Through participation in this program, players will learn to compete and develop skill sets that will serve them both on and off the field. Our coaches stress proper fundamentals, team work, discipline, respect and accountability. We expect each of players to Compete, show Courage, have great Character, stay Composed and be a Class act!

 

Chain of Commands:
Player/ Coach Meeting
Player/Parent/Coach Meeting
Parent/Coach Meeting
Player/Parent/Coach/Youth Director Meeting 
Player/Parent/Coach/Diamond Club Ownership

Youth Tournament teams issues need to be brought to Brad Mulvaney, not any of the other Diamond Club Owners.

 

Waiver Information

Please download, read, print and sign the Letter Of Intent. This form must be delivered in person to Brad Mulvaney or Jeff Doland at Diamond Club Training Facility.  Download Waiver

2019 Diamond Club Tournament Team Program ... 12U Team

09/10/2018 - 02/15/2019 ~ Monday - Friday Registration Ends: 02/15/2019$1,675.00 | TBD TBD

OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Welcome to The 2019 Diamond Club Baseball Tournament Team Program.

 

The Non-Refundable player fee is due and payable as follows:

Parent Meeting (9/10/18) - $375.00

10/12/18 - $575.00

11/16/18 - $575.00

1/11/19 - $575.00

2/15/19 - $575.00

 

Important Note: The credit card on file will be charged on the dates listed above (unless the entire amount is paid).

 

FEES INCLUDE: The player fees cover 9-10 tournament entry fees, uniforms (1 pair of pants, 2 uniform tops, 1 pair of socks, 1 hat), insurance, practice field usage costs, facility usage costs, team practice baseballs and team game balls. Cost also includes coaching reimbursement if playing on a Diamond Club coached team. Fees DO NOT cover, Private Instruction, camps or specialty equipment (helmets, bat bags, fleece pullovers, sleeves, and catching gear). 

 

Diamond Club apparel as well as specialty equipment can be purchased through Sportline at discounted prices, See Brad Mulvaney for details. Diamond Club players do receive discounts on camp registrations throughout the year, winter hitting league and have access to hit in the facility when space is available.

 

FUNDRAISERS: Diamond Club runs two fundraisers throughout the year that help keep our fees low. 1) Wreath Sale in November/December 2) Hanging Basket Sale in April/May. Teams can run individual team fundraisers throughout the year (Team Nights at Buffalo Wild Wings, Casino Bus trips, King Soopers Gift Cards) to help with team costs (extra tournaments, added uniforms)

 

TRAVEL: Diamond Club plays the majority of its tournaments in the metro area, ranging from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs. If teams would like to travel a greater distance and it is agreed upon by the team Diamond Club will get you where you want to go. We have sent teams to Omaha, Phoenix, Grand Junction, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Kansas City, Park City and Cooperstown. Player fees mentioned above do not cover any travel related expenses. 

 

PRACTICE: Winter practices will start in November or December depending on each team's coach. These practices will be one night a week for an hour and a half. Every player should strive to attend all practices. If conflicts arise due to school activities or winter sports programs please communicate with the coach. Players will not be disciplined for being a multi-sport athlete. 

 

Spring practices (outside) will begin when the local cities release the fields for use, usually late April-Early May. Each team will be given a 2 hour time slot twice a week to hold practice. Teams can also have a third night of practice in the facility, if the coach desires. Missing spring practices can result in reduced playing time. Coaches need to be made aware of a player not attending practice at least 1 hour prior to practice beginning.

 

PARENTS: Communication is the key to a successful season. Parents need to follow the Chain of Commands when communicating. Diamond Club ownership is not the first step of problem solving. In past years, Diamond Club teams that have had the most success are the ones who have parents, players and coaches working toward two common goals: to improve as players and win as a team. Issues outside the fence and at home (undermining what the coach is trying to accomplish), hurts everyone on the team, including the parents.

 

Through participation in this program, players will learn to compete and develop skill sets that will serve them both on and off the field. Our coaches stress proper fundamentals, team work, discipline, respect and accountability. We expect each of players to Compete, show Courage, have great Character, stay Composed and be a Class act!

 

Chain of Commands:
Player/ Coach Meeting
Player/Parent/Coach Meeting
Parent/Coach Meeting
Player/Parent/Coach/Youth Director Meeting 
Player/Parent/Coach/Diamond Club Ownership

Youth Tournament teams issues need to be brought to Brad Mulvaney, not any of the other Diamond Club Owners.

 

Waiver Information

Please download, read, print and sign the Letter Of Intent. This form must be delivered in person to Brad Mulvaney or Jeff Doland at Diamond Club Training Facility.  Download Waiver

2019 Diamond Club Tournament Team Program ... Non-12U Team

09/10/2018 - 02/15/2019 ~ Monday - Friday Registration Ends: 02/15/2019$1,675.00 | TBD TBD

OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Welcome to The 2019 Diamond Club Baseball Tournament Team Program.

 

The Non-Refundable player fee is due and payable as follows:

Parent Meeting (9/10/18) - $375.00

10/12/18 - $325.00

11/16/18 - $325.00

1/11/19 - $325.00

2/15/19 - $325.00

 

Important Note: The credit card on file will be charged on the dates listed above (unless the entire amount is paid).

 

FEES INCLUDE: The player fees cover 9-10 tournament entry fees, uniforms (1 pair of pants, 2 uniform tops, 1 pair of socks, 1 hat), insurance, practice field usage costs, facility usage costs, team practice baseballs and team game balls. Cost also includes coaching reimbursement if playing on a Diamond Club coached team. Fees DO NOT cover, Private Instruction, camps or specialty equipment (helmets, bat bags, fleece pullovers, sleeves, and catching gear). 

 

Diamond Club apparel as well as specialty equipment can be purchased through Sportline at discounted prices, See Brad Mulvaney for details. Diamond Club players do receive discounts on camp registrations throughout the year, winter hitting league and have access to hit in the facility when space is available.

 

FUNDRAISERS: Diamond Club runs two fundraisers throughout the year that help keep our fees low. 1) Wreath Sale in November/December 2) Hanging Basket Sale in April/May. Teams can run individual team fundraisers throughout the year (Team Nights at Buffalo Wild Wings, Casino Bus trips, King Soopers Gift Cards) to help with team costs (extra tournaments, added uniforms)

 

TRAVEL: Diamond Club plays the majority of its tournaments in the metro area, ranging from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs. If teams would like to travel a greater distance and it is agreed upon by the team Diamond Club will get you where you want to go. We have sent teams to Omaha, Phoenix, Grand Junction, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Kansas City, Park City and Cooperstown. Player fees mentioned above do not cover any travel related expenses. 

 

PRACTICE: Winter practices will start in November or December depending on each team's coach. These practices will be one night a week for an hour and a half. Every player should strive to attend all practices. If conflicts arise due to school activities or winter sports programs please communicate with the coach. Players will not be disciplined for being a multi-sport athlete. 

 

Spring practices (outside) will begin when the local cities release the fields for use, usually late April-Early May. Each team will be given a 2 hour time slot twice a week to hold practice. Teams can also have a third night of practice in the facility, if the coach desires. Missing spring practices can result in reduced playing time. Coaches need to be made aware of a player not attending practice at least 1 hour prior to practice beginning.

 

PARENTS: Communication is the key to a successful season. Parents need to follow the Chain of Commands when communicating. Diamond Club ownership is not the first step of problem solving. In past years, Diamond Club teams that have had the most success are the ones who have parents, players and coaches working toward two common goals: to improve as players and win as a team. Issues outside the fence and at home (undermining what the coach is trying to accomplish), hurts everyone on the team, including the parents.

 

Through participation in this program, players will learn to compete and develop skill sets that will serve them both on and off the field. Our coaches stress proper fundamentals, team work, discipline, respect and accountability. We expect each of players to Compete, show Courage, have great Character, stay Composed and be a Class act!

 

Chain of Commands:
Player/ Coach Meeting
Player/Parent/Coach Meeting
Parent/Coach Meeting
Player/Parent/Coach/Youth Director Meeting 
Player/Parent/Coach/Diamond Club Ownership

Youth Tournament teams issues need to be brought to Brad Mulvaney, not any of the other Diamond Club Owners.

 

Waiver Information

Please download, read, print and sign the Letter Of Intent. This form must be delivered in person to Brad Mulvaney or Jeff Doland at Diamond Club Training Facility.  Download Waiver

2019 Diamond Club Tournament Team Program - 12U Team (Pre-Paid Deposit)

09/10/2018 - 02/15/2019 ~ Monday - Friday Registration Ends: 02/15/2019$1,475.00 | TBD TBD

OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Welcome to The 2019 Diamond Club Baseball Tournament Team Program.

 

The Non-Refundable player fee is due and payable as follows:

Parent Meeting (9/10/18) - $175.00

10/12/18 - $575.00

11/16/18 - $575.00

1/11/19 - $575.00

2/15/19 - $575.00

 

Important Note: The credit card on file will be charged on the dates listed above (unless the entire amount is paid).

 

FEES INCLUDE: The player fees cover 9-10 tournament entry fees, uniforms (1 pair of pants, 2 uniform tops, 1 pair of socks, 1 hat), insurance, practice field usage costs, facility usage costs, team practice baseballs and team game balls. Cost also includes coaching reimbursement if playing on a Diamond Club coached team. Fees DO NOT cover, Private Instruction, camps or specialty equipment (helmets, bat bags, fleece pullovers, sleeves, and catching gear). 

 

Diamond Club apparel as well as specialty equipment can be purchased through Sportline at discounted prices, See Brad Mulvaney for details. Diamond Club players do receive discounts on camp registrations throughout the year, winter hitting league and have access to hit in the facility when space is available.

 

FUNDRAISERS: Diamond Club runs two fundraisers throughout the year that help keep our fees low. 1) Wreath Sale in November/December 2) Hanging Basket Sale in April/May. Teams can run individual team fundraisers throughout the year (Team Nights at Buffalo Wild Wings, Casino Bus trips, King Soopers Gift Cards) to help with team costs (extra tournaments, added uniforms)

 

TRAVEL: Diamond Club plays the majority of its tournaments in the metro area, ranging from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs. If teams would like to travel a greater distance and it is agreed upon by the team Diamond Club will get you where you want to go. We have sent teams to Omaha, Phoenix, Grand Junction, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Kansas City, Park City and Cooperstown. Player fees mentioned above do not cover any travel related expenses. 

 

PRACTICE: Winter practices will start in November or December depending on each team's coach. These practices will be one night a week for an hour and a half. Every player should strive to attend all practices. If conflicts arise due to school activities or winter sports programs please communicate with the coach. Players will not be disciplined for being a multi-sport athlete. 

 

Spring practices (outside) will begin when the local cities release the fields for use, usually late April-Early May. Each team will be given a 2 hour time slot twice a week to hold practice. Teams can also have a third night of practice in the facility, if the coach desires. Missing spring practices can result in reduced playing time. Coaches need to be made aware of a player not attending practice at least 1 hour prior to practice beginning.

 

PARENTS: Communication is the key to a successful season. Parents need to follow the Chain of Commands when communicating. Diamond Club ownership is not the first step of problem solving. In past years, Diamond Club teams that have had the most success are the ones who have parents, players and coaches working toward two common goals: to improve as players and win as a team. Issues outside the fence and at home (undermining what the coach is trying to accomplish), hurts everyone on the team, including the parents.

 

Through participation in this program, players will learn to compete and develop skill sets that will serve them both on and off the field. Our coaches stress proper fundamentals, team work, discipline, respect and accountability. We expect each of players to Compete, show Courage, have great Character, stay Composed and be a Class act!

 

Chain of Commands:
Player/ Coach Meeting
Player/Parent/Coach Meeting
Parent/Coach Meeting
Player/Parent/Coach/Youth Director Meeting 
Player/Parent/Coach/Diamond Club Ownership

Youth Tournament teams issues need to be brought to Brad Mulvaney, not any of the other Diamond Club Owners.

 

Waiver Information

Please download, read, print and sign the Letter Of Intent. This form must be delivered in person to Brad Mulvaney or Jeff Doland at Diamond Club Training Facility.  Download Waiver

2019 Diamond Club Tournament Team Program ... Non-12U Team (Pre-Paid Deposit)

09/10/2018 - 02/15/2019 ~ Monday - Friday Registration Ends: 02/15/2019$1,475.00 | TBD TBD

OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Welcome to The 2019 Diamond Club Baseball Tournament Team Program.

 

The Non-Refundable player fee is due and payable as follows:

Parent Meeting (9/10/18) - $175.00

10/12/18 - $325.00

11/16/18 - $325.00

1/11/19 - $325.00

2/15/19 - $325.00

 

Important Note: The credit card on file will be charged on the dates listed above (unless the entire amount is paid).

 

FEES INCLUDE: The player fees cover 9-10 tournament entry fees, uniforms (1 pair of pants, 2 uniform tops, 1 pair of socks, 1 hat), insurance, practice field usage costs, facility usage costs, team practice baseballs and team game balls. Cost also includes coaching reimbursement if playing on a Diamond Club coached team. Fees DO NOT cover, Private Instruction, camps or specialty equipment (helmets, bat bags, fleece pullovers, sleeves, and catching gear). 

 

Diamond Club apparel as well as specialty equipment can be purchased through Sportline at discounted prices, See Brad Mulvaney for details. Diamond Club players do receive discounts on camp registrations throughout the year, winter hitting league and have access to hit in the facility when space is available.

 

FUNDRAISERS: Diamond Club runs two fundraisers throughout the year that help keep our fees low. 1) Wreath Sale in November/December 2) Hanging Basket Sale in April/May. Teams can run individual team fundraisers throughout the year (Team Nights at Buffalo Wild Wings, Casino Bus trips, King Soopers Gift Cards) to help with team costs (extra tournaments, added uniforms)

 

TRAVEL: Diamond Club plays the majority of its tournaments in the metro area, ranging from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs. If teams would like to travel a greater distance and it is agreed upon by the team Diamond Club will get you where you want to go. We have sent teams to Omaha, Phoenix, Grand Junction, Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Kansas City, Park City and Cooperstown. Player fees mentioned above do not cover any travel related expenses. 

 

PRACTICE: Winter practices will start in November or December depending on each team's coach. These practices will be one night a week for an hour and a half. Every player should strive to attend all practices. If conflicts arise due to school activities or winter sports programs please communicate with the coach. Players will not be disciplined for being a multi-sport athlete. 

 

Spring practices (outside) will begin when the local cities release the fields for use, usually late April-Early May. Each team will be given a 2 hour time slot twice a week to hold practice. Teams can also have a third night of practice in the facility, if the coach desires. Missing spring practices can result in reduced playing time. Coaches need to be made aware of a player not attending practice at least 1 hour prior to practice beginning.

 

PARENTS: Communication is the key to a successful season. Parents need to follow the Chain of Commands when communicating. Diamond Club ownership is not the first step of problem solving. In past years, Diamond Club teams that have had the most success are the ones who have parents, players and coaches working toward two common goals: to improve as players and win as a team. Issues outside the fence and at home (undermining what the coach is trying to accomplish), hurts everyone on the team, including the parents.

 

Through participation in this program, players will learn to compete and develop skill sets that will serve them both on and off the field. Our coaches stress proper fundamentals, team work, discipline, respect and accountability. We expect each of players to Compete, show Courage, have great Character, stay Composed and be a Class act!

 

Chain of Commands:
Player/ Coach Meeting
Player/Parent/Coach Meeting
Parent/Coach Meeting
Player/Parent/Coach/Youth Director Meeting 
Player/Parent/Coach/Diamond Club Ownership

Youth Tournament teams issues need to be brought to Brad Mulvaney, not any of the other Diamond Club Owners.

 

Waiver Information

Please download, read, print and sign the Letter Of Intent. This form must be delivered in person to Brad Mulvaney or Jeff Doland at Diamond Club Training Facility.  Download Waiver

October 2018

Spring Speed & Agility Training with Dave Belloni

10/28/2018 - 12/19/2018 ~ Sunday - Wednesday Registration Ends: 12/19/2018$110.00 | DC Training Facility 11425 W Interstate 70 Frontage Rd - Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Ages: 7-18


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Welcome to Fall Speed and Agility Training 2018!  It is our goal to maximize each athlete's ability to run faster, jump higher and to improve their foot quickness and agility.  By using scientifically proven programs, the athlete's coordination, flexibility and core strength can also be improved. This training caters to the competitive athlete committed to accomplish his or her individual and team goals.  Ongoing seasonal training, speed development and explosiveness are vital to all athlete's careers and crucial to any team's success. Enhancing an individual's speed, in turn enhances overall team speed. The staff is enthusiastically dedicated toward preparing young athletes and teams for their upcoming season(s).

 
 
 

Dates: Sundays & Wednesdays

October ......... 28th, 31st

November ..... 4th, 7th, 11th, 14th, 18th, 21st, 25th, 28th

December ...... 2nd, 5th, 9th, 12th, 16th, 19th

 
Players may attend up to 16 sessions (2 times per week)

 

Session times
Sundays from 8:00am-9:00am
Wednesdays from 5:30pm-6:30pm

Registrants will be contacted prior to the beginning of the program to schedule specific times.
 

 

"Speed Never Has A Bad Day"!
The Speed & Agility Baseball training system has been designed to help you maximize your team's speed. This routine has been successfully implemented with many baseball teams from little league, high school, college and the professional ranks. Our core training philosophies:

 

Organization - It is vitally important that the workouts be fully organized.  Attendees will receive a camp t-shirt

 

Progression - This training routine is designed to progressively get harder from week to week.

 

The 2 Golden Rules - There are two rules that should govern much of this training. First, every repetition the athlete performs must be technically correct (even if they have to walk through the motion). Training with an inefficient motion is only going to reinforce the bad habits. Second, every motion must be performed at full speed. You don't get fast by training slow, so everything must be kicked into high gear.

 

Waiver Information

Please print, fill out and deliver waiver to registration check in. Download Waiver Form

 

Directions

Diamond Club Training Facility 
11425 W I-70 Frontage Rd North
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? 
We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 14 days prior to the start of an overnight camp, and 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If you cancel within 14 or 7 days of the start of your session, we will give you a camp credit for all money paid. The credit is valid for three years from camp date at any of our national locations. Credit with insurance is transferable to family members or friends, and good toward a future camp.

 

Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

November 2018

Diamond Club Baseball Thanksgiving Hitting Clinic

11/21/2018 ~ Wednesday Registration Ends: 11/21/2018$60.00 | Diamond Club Training Facility 11425 W Interstate 70 Frontage Rd, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Ages: 7-13 | Starts: 9:00am / Ends: 12:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Hitting instruction on how to: improve mechanics, balance, timing, quickness, power, drills to do at home and more!  The lead instructor for all of the hitting clinics/camps will be Jeff Doland.  

 

Instructor: Hitting - Jeff Doland (bio)

 

Times: 9:00am-12:00pm

 

Camp includes
Mechanics
Balance
Timing
Quickness
Power
Drills to do at home

 

Each Camper will Receive: 6:1 or less player to coach ratio

 

Equipment
Each camper must bring his own baseball equipment. Players should wear shorts, sweats or baseball pants. Tennis shoes or turf shoes are to be worn. No cleats. No bags are permitted in the building (except for the Catching Clinic).
Players should also have:
Glove or Bat (depending on clinic or camp attended)
Helmet (hitting clinic and camp)
Hat
Water Bottle

 

About Us
Diamond Club Baseball provides year-round training to players of all ages. Through camps, specialty clinics, private lessons, and off-season programs specifically designed for both hitters and pitchers, we are able to work with hundreds of kids each year throughout Colorado. Our goal is to foster a love for the game of baseball through teaching the proper fundamentals and techniques"perfect practice makes permanent changes".

 

Diamond Club Baseball Camp Directors are all experienced professional instructors with years of playing and coaching experience at the professional and/or college level. We also supplement our staff with current college players and elite high school players who have come through our system.  Directors and coaches are handpicked based upon their teaching techniques, professionalism, enthusiasm for the game, and their ability to communicate with young players.

 

Check-in

Please check in 15-30 mins prior to start time

 

Waiver Information

Please print, fill out and deliver waiver to regsitration check in. Download Waiver Form

 

Directions

Diamond Club Training Facility 
11425 W I-70 Frontage Rd North
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own accommodations.

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? 
We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 14 days prior to the start of an overnight camp, and 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If you cancel within 14 or 7 days of the start of your session, we will give you a camp credit for all money paid. The credit is valid for three years from camp date at any of our national locations. Credit with insurance is transferable to family members or friends, and good toward a future camp.

 

Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

Diamond Club Baseball Thanksgiving Pitching Clinic

11/23/2018 ~ Friday Registration Ends: 11/23/2018$60.00 | Diamond Club Training Facility 11425 W Interstate 70 Frontage Rd, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Ages: 6-13 | Starts: 9:00am / Ends: 12:00pm


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

Players will spend one- day practicing drills and throwing a bullpen session with our professional staff.  Players will receive a verbal assessment of their skills and learn what drills to do at home throughout the off-season to have a successful 2019 season.  Instruction on how to: improve mechanics for a repeatable delivery, command and control pitches, exploit hitter's faults, improve velocity, and much more!  

 

Instructor: Pitching - Wayne Doland ((bio)

 

Times: 9:00am-12:00pm

 

Camp includes:

Mechanics

Location

Repeatable Delivery

Increased Velocity

Drills to do at home

 

Each Camper will Receive: 6:1 or less player to coach ratio

 

Equipment
Each camper must bring his own baseball equipment. Players should wear shorts, sweats or baseball pants. Tennis shoes or turf shoes are to be worn. No cleats. No bags are permitted in the building (except for the Catching Clinic).
Players should also have:
Glove 
Cleats
Tennis Shoes
Hat
Water Bottle

 

About Us
Diamond Club Baseball provides year-round training to players of all ages. Through camps, specialty clinics, private lessons, and off-season programs specifically designed for both hitters and pitchers, we are able to work with hundreds of kids each year throughout Colorado. Our goal is to foster a love for the game of baseball through teaching the proper fundamentals and techniques"perfect practice makes permanent changes".  Diamond Club Baseball Camp Directors are all experienced professional instructors with years of playing and coaching experience at the professional and/or college level. We also supplement our staff with current college players and elite high school players who have come through our system.  Directors and coaches are handpicked based upon their teaching techniques, professionalism, enthusiasm for the game, and their ability to communicate with young players.

 

Check-in

Please check in 15-30 mins prior to start time

 

Waiver Information

Please print, fill out and deliver waiver to regsitration check in. Download Waiver Form

 

Directions

Diamond Club Training Facility 
11425 W I-70 Frontage Rd North
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

 

Accommodations

This is not an "overnight" camp. Players traveling from out of town will be responsible for securing their own hotel accommodations.

 

Miscellaneous Information

What if I have to cancel a camp? 
We do not offer refunds on cancelled campers, just a future camp credit if you decide to cancel, but we do have what is called "Cancellation Protection". We offer basic Cancellation Protection to allow participants some peace of mind in case plans change. This allows us to keep our prices low and provide the best service possible. Due at the time of registration, Cancellation Protection entitles you to a full refund of camp fees should you cancel your registration more than 14 days prior to the start of an overnight camp, and 7 days prior to the start of a day camp. If you cancel within 14 or 7 days of the start of your session, we will give you a camp credit for all money paid. The credit is valid for three years from camp date at any of our national locations. Credit with insurance is transferable to family members or friends, and good toward a future camp.

  

Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

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