Veteran’s Day Camp
This is a GREAT camp led by former Pepperdine Pitching Coach Rich Taylor. This camp will focus on hitting and pitching for 3 hours per session. This camp is GUARANTEED to get your child in the right direction to become an All-Star!
$25 per session or $40 for both sessions
9AM – 12PM or 1PM-4PM
**Extended Care available till 6 PM for $20
**Check in @ 8:30AM & 12:30AM
Who Can Attend:
Open to all softball & baseball players
between the ages of 6-15.
Location of Camp
San Jose Batting Cages
474 Piercy Road
San Jose, CA 95138
Rich has 35+ years of helping developing pitchers from youth sports such as Little League to all the way up to Division 1 Pepperdine University, At Pepperdine, he was the pitching coach where he coached 3 All Americans and had 20 players sign professional contracts during his tenure there. Rich has authored the book Molding the Young Pitcher and produced a DVD, The Ultimate Pitcher. Rich is available for private or group lessons.
Rich’s Quote ” With overuse being the number one cause for injury in youth pitchers, it’s essential they learn perfect mechanics. My approach with a young pitcher is to develop sound mechanics and keep their arm healthy throughout the year.”
Coach Rich Taylor’s Resume
-1973 CIF Champion while at Santa Monica High School as a pitcher
-78-80 Played at Pepperdine University
-Former Pitching Coach at Pepperdine University. Developed three All Americans and 20 pitchers signed professional contracts in his tenure there
-Former Scout, Chicago White Sox
-Former Associate Scout, New York Mets
-Original Owner and Founder of the West Coast Baseball School in Southern California
-Wrote a book, Molding the Young Pitcher and produced a DVD, The Ultimate Pitcher
-National Instructor for the MVP Band Arm Strengthening Program, endorsed by Little League and the American Sports Medical Institute
-National Clinician on Pitching Mechanics and Arm Strengthening
-Former owner and instructor of the California Pitching Academy
-35 years of coaching
-Current Executive Director of the Father and Sons Baseball Foundation, www.fsbaseballfoundation.orgHis son Cory won the national championship in the 8-year-old division of Major League Baseballs Pitch, Hit and Run competition in 2010.
Rich’s Former Students Who Played in MLB