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  • River City Rascals
    As the only team to appear in the championship series for three straight seasons, the River City Rascals continue their dominance of the independent Frontier League. At their home stadium, T.R. Hughes Ballpark?the same field where players such as the St. Louis Cardinals' Josh Kinney and the New York Yankees' Justin Christian cut their major-league teeth by gnawing on aluminum bats?the River City Rascals face challenges from division rivals amid crowd-pleasing antics such as dizzy-bat races. On the field, outfielder Stephen Holdren returns after leading last year's playoffs with three homers and eight RBIs, and first-baseman Chris Andreas dons a Rascals uniform for the first time after hitting 0.336 with the Arizona Mariners. Throughout the season, several games feature special promotions such as a Salute to the Troops on August 29 and regular giveaways of posters and lifelike busts of managers' giant bobbing heads.
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    900 T.R. Hughes Blvd.
    O'Fallon, MO US
  • Balls N Strikes Westport
    Unlike summer etiquette lessons or math camp, four days of baseball keep kids active and healthy while teaching them social skills and confidence. Whether or not kids go on to become players, they?ll learn the importance of sportsmanship as the friendly instructors make each day fun. Balls-n-Strikes pairs one certified instructor to every six kids. This ensures that the game will not have to go into the 16th inning before your child gets a chance to bat, and also removes the need to make up additional outfield positions such as "assistant to the regional shortstop" and "human foul pole."
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    11645 Northline Industrial Drive
    Maryland Heights, MO US
  • Ozzie Smith's Sports Academy
    Under the able tutelage of Ozzie Smith's Sports Academy's helpful instructors, athletes can build up speed, agility, and endurance while increasing confidence and honing their skills at baseball, softball, basketball, football, and soccer?either privately or in groups. Get individual attention in a half-hour private single softball lesson ($40), rent out a batting cage for one hour ($35), or sign up budding basketball stars ages 10?17 for a skill-focused basketball clinic ($25 each). Ozzie Smith's also offers camps, leagues, and private instruction for soccer contenders of all ages. Underlying all of Ozzie Smith?s Sports Academy's instructional lessons is a commitment to physically and mentally elevating every athlete to his or her full potential through hard work, dedication, and practice.
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    17359 Edison Avenue
    Chesterfield, MO US
  • Elite FT
    When Justin McMillian left the operating room after the second ACL surgery on his right knee, he wondered if his dream of becoming an all-American soccer player would become a reality. It took the inventive scheduling and can-do attitude of his childhood friend, Jared ?Iggy? Embick, to pull through. The duo managed to launch McMillian not only to the all-American team, but to a professional soccer career. They never forgot that battle to recover from injury, and how smart training healed, conditioned, and inspired Justin. The same deliberate, motivational focus that took him from the sickbed to the soccer field inform the training programs at Elite FT. All training sessions take place over six weeks, with 10 or more students meeting once a week for one hour. Coaches might call for rigorous plyometric conditioning exercises or teach sport-specific skills to soccer, football, and baseball players. Through teaching skills and conditioning bodies, the coaches aim to create confident, disciplined, and elite athletes whose skills transfer to their work ethic and other important areas of life, such as schoolwork or winning a game of Horse to snatch a promotion at work.
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    2346 Mascoutah Avenue
    Belleville, IL US
  • Gateway Grizzlies
    As the Gateway Grizzlies vow to reclaim their 2003 title as Frontier League champions or choke the rivers with their dead, fans can watch them triumph from the very best of ballpark tush cushions: field-reserve box seats (a $10 value at the box office). A hot dog (a $1.75 value), chips (a $2 value), and soda (a $3 value) all give the mouth something to do besides scream at the umpire for attempting to surreptitiously break up with his girlfriend via text message. The five Grizzlie Bucks ($5) can be used toward additional food and merchandise at the ballpark. For the complete experience, zealous baseball buffs will get to step up to the virtual plate and take swings at 10 pitches ($5) with the ProBatter PX2 Professional Baseball System. ProBatter synchronizes videos of real pitchers with a pitching machine, creating the sensation of facing a professional knuckleballer that is so convincing, you can almost feel the tobacco juice sprinkling your face.
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    2301 Grizzlie Bear Boulevard
    East St. Louis, IL US
  • Gameday Academy
    Currently located at 734 Napton Avenue in Valley Park, the batting cages will be moving to an expanded 22,000-square-foot facility on Langley Avenue in the St. Louis Sports Center as of June 1.
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    6727 Langley Avenue
    St. Louis, MO US

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