Alex Holderbach Drafted By Houston Astros, Fourth Colonel Drafted In Last Three Years

Junior catcher Alex Holderbach was drafted in the 16th round by the Houston Astros on Wednesday in the 2018 Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft. Holderbach was the 492nd overall pick, the 41st catcher chosen and the 16th player taken by the Astros. Read More

Former Player and Camper Testimonials


“Coach Thompson and his staff know baseball. I’ve attended many camps and this one was fantastic. They provide you with a lot of information and you’ll want to take notes when you get home.”
2014 Grad- Committed to play baseball at the University of Maine at Farmington- Ethan Nash- Attended the Best of Maine Clinic in 2013


“I loved this camp because it was informative and fun. I learned new drills and how to improve my form for pitching and hitting. Coach Thompson and Coach Hanson were very patient and helpful.”
Max Jensen – Attended college coaches camp in Virginia January 2014


“Coach Thompson’s camp was great for my son and going to his camps helped my son improve his skills. He and his staff are able to teach the fundamentals while making the game fun.”
Eddie Phelps parent of camper


“My son attended the college coaches defensive and pitching clinic and it was one of the best and well-organized clinics/camps that my son has attended. He has attended others and yours was superior. I just wanted to tell you thank you for having this event.”
Matt Haynes parent of former camper-2013


“Coach T is a great teacher of the game and really helped me take my pitching to a new level”.
David Putman current minor leaguer with the Chicago White Sox


“Coach Thompson has played a huge role in my success in both college and professional baseball. He possess more knowledge and energy for the game than most I have come across. His background as both a player and coach make him a huge resource to learn from.”.
Dennis O’Grady- Current minor leaguer with the San Diego Padres



“Coach T was my favorite coach that I have had in my career, he helped me so much and without him I wouldn’t have been able to make it into professional baseball”
Will-Pwinca Worms- Current minor leaguer with the Washington Nationals