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What You'll Get
Playing baseball can help kids develop skills in other areas, such as learning teamwork or sliding into an airplane right before the flight attendant closes the hatch. Give your child wings with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
$65 for indoor baseball-training sessions (a $139 value), choose from the following options and locations:
- Six 60-minute sessions in Bellbrook
- Six 60-minute sessions in Tipp City
- Six 60-minute sessions in Riverside
- Six 60-minute sessions in Middletown
- Four 90-minute sessions in Brookville<p>
Children in grades 1–12 brush up on a single skill such as pitching, hitting, fielding, or catching during age-specific indoor sessions with groups of about six kids per coach. The deal also includes a free trial subscription to Baseball America.
Spring Training 2013 begins in January; registration must be completed within 10 days of purchasing the Groupon.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 13, 2013. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple. Limit 1 per player. Valid only for location purchased. Online registration required prior to arrival at camp. Must cancel within 24hrs of registration or fee up to Groupon price applies. Valid for grades 1-12. Must sign waiver. May redeem across visits. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About U.S. Baseball Academy
Though they operate more than 200 locations in upwards of 30 states, the team behind U.S. Baseball Academy aims to make each young athlete's experience a personal one. Their four- or six-week camps are taught by local instructors who are current or former coaches at the high school or college level, and typically offer a 6:1 or better player-to-teacher ratio for intense, professional-style training. The Academy's proven itinerary of hitting, pitching, fielding, and baserunning drills was developed by an advisory board of college coaches and Major League players, including Cy Young Award–winner and ace pitcher Brandon Webb.