In order to bring the goodness of the game outside the park, proceeds from ticket sales will be generously hurled into the open arms of One Brick, a band of benevolent folks who support local causes across the country. In between volunteer operations, One Brickers bring people of all ages, races, and lollipop preferences together for fun, inclusive gatherings. This particular evening combines the joys of America's pastime with arguably the most joyous of American states, Hawaii. While the Giants duke it out with the Nuts, you and your fellow fans can live it up island-style. Last year's event included luau dancers, roasted pig, pineapple, a life-sized volcano in center field, and more.
Staffed by a team of former professional and collegiate baseball veterans, South Bay Sports Training ushers in new generations of baseball and softball players with expert clinics and personal training. Instruction is broken down into the sport’s fundamentals—hitting, pitching, fielding, catching, throwing, and general performance, among others—with each group or private training session led by an expert in each specialty, ensuring students are privy to all the tips and tricks specific to that position.
Rich Taylor and George Silvey run San Jose Batting Cages camps. In fact, running baseball and softball camps is what these two have been doing for more than 30 years. Rich has spent more than 35 years developing Little League and D1 players at Pepperdine University, which is where he coached three All Americans. Twenty of his players signed professional contracts during his tenure as a pitching coach. George has more than 40 years of coaching experience and is the current Varsity Softball Pitching and Assistant Head Coach for Los Gatos High School. With a relentless focus on practice, San Jose Batting Cages lets players improve their hitting, pitching, defense, and all-around game to better prepare for their next outing on the diamond.
Whether working through in-season regimens or off-season training, baseball and softball players can perfect their swing within San Jose Batting Cages' batting cages and training facility, which stays open until 9 p.m. during the week. Instructors offer hitting and pitching lessons as well as team and group clinics to help athletes develop all aspects of their game.