Fall Prep Evals for ages 3-10
Hello! We are excited to announce our Fall Prep Program and are honored that you are giving consideration to be a part of it. Evaluations will be held on Saturday, August 5th - 10am at CBA - 4878 Northpark Drive. You may view the details of the Fall Program below.
The CBA Preparatory Program is designed to provide a strong foundational curriculum to teach players 3 - 10 years of age how to play the Game the right way. With an acute focus on development, we teach skills incrementally which optimizes learning. Our young players develop confidence and a passion for the Game along with a solid skill base for future growth. The ultimate goal of our Prep Program is to develop a player's skill set to the point where they would thrive in our Youth Select Program (8u-14u) and beyond! CBA Prep follows a strict Code of Conduct (attached) and all families are held accountable to the philosophies contained within.
Rookie Team Details
Cost $350.00 - fee can be paid in full or divided into two payments. (More information is provided if you are offered and accept a position) This fee is all inclusive.
League play in Colorado Springs Fall Baseball - Rookies Division (Machine Pitch - ages 7/8)
8 weeks of Professional Instruction - 2 times per week 1 hours per = 16 hours of Instruction
Weekly Team Practices with Head Coach - Tim Graeff - Rookies Coach
CBA Training Jersey and Custom Hat
Fall /Winter Membership to CBA's Indoor Facility with a Reservation - August 21st - December 31st
Facility Equipment and Baseballs
Please be sure to REGISTER prior to August 8th: https://coloradobaseballacademy.sportngin.com/register/form/202888182
We look forward to welcoming your family on the 5th! Know of a great family looking for a baseball home this fall? Send them to the Website to Register!
Have a great evening :)
Business Operations Manager
CBA Baseball and Fastpitch
Dad, It Doesn't Help
As a father of CBA ballplayers and a coach, I wanted to share a great article I read before this season began. I found it to be a valuable insight. I share this after my oldest son lost his love for this sport after the fall season last year, and as my youngest one begins his baseball journey. Some may agree, some may not...but I believe it's worth the read: