Coaches Caravan Hits the Island With First Stop in Nanaimo
The 175 plus players that attended had lots of good things to say about the Coaches Caravan’s as it continued onto Vancouver Island where it will make stops every day for the next week. One young player summed it up this way,
“The coaches were so much fun, they taught me the right way to throw and catch a baseball, along with running the bases. They made the camp so much fun that it went to fast. I had a lot of fun.”
The feedback has been 100 % positive over the first five days. Including this email from Nanaimo Minor Baseball President Michael Holyk
“Just a quick note of thanks to the instructors from the BC Baseball Coaching Caravan, Grant, Orville, Pete, Young Mike and organizer Mike Kelly. We had 100 Players and parents over two groups from Tadpole through Pee Wee participate last evening at Dover Bay Secondary School. NMBA very much appreciates BC Baseball’s strong commitment to grassroots baseball in our community and the rest of the province.”
The coaches appreciate the kind words and encouragement.
Next Stop for the Caravan, Campbell River.