The next Pro Ball Baseball Clinic will be held January 8-11, 2015 at the San Diego Padres spring training complex in Peoria, Arizona.

Tampa Bay Rays coaches Derek Shelton (hitting coach) and Jim Hickey (pitching coach) had such a great first-time experience at the 2014 camp, they’ve already committed for 2015!

The San Diego Padres clubhouse has just been remodeled, so the facilities will be state of the art. The Peoria Sports Complex, where the Padres train, is the perfect setting for the Pro Ball Baseball Clinic. Not only are the baseball facilities impeccable, the hotel and all our restaurants are within a 5-10 walk from the baseball complex.

I have extended invitations to the following Major League coaches and hope all of them will be joining the 2015 staff: Alan Trammell (Dbacks bench coach), Don Wakamatsu (Royals bench coach), Tim Wallach (Dodgers bench coach), Jim Hickey (Rays pitching coach), Derek Shelton (Rays hitting coach), Jim Presley (Orioles hitting coach), Ty Van Burkleo (Indians hitting coach), Chili Davis (A’s hitting coach), Lee Tinsley (Reds asst. hitting coach), and Glenn Sherlock (Dbacks 3rd base coach & catching instructor).

Several other coaches will be invited as well, including Bryan Harper (Cubs AAA hitting coach), Rick Adair (former Indians, Tigers, Mariners and Orioles pitching coach), Rob Picciolo (former Angels bench coach), Eric Owens (Dodgers hitting coordinator), Tony Muser (former Royals manager and Brewers & Cubs hitting coach) and Orv Franchuk (former A’s, Red Sox & Astros hitting coordinator).

What makes Pro Ball so special is the personal instruction you will receive from the Major League coaches.

At the January 2014 clinic, we had 64 players and 12 coaches – a great ratio for individualized teaching.

If you’ve never been to the Pro Ball Baseball Clinic, you are in for the baseball experience of a lifetime!

If you have any questions, feel free to call Dr. John Rubinow at 323-333-8798.

It’s going to be a GREAT camp!

9 replies
  1. Jesse
    Jesse says:

    I would like to know about adult camps in California? I play in an adult league, please let me know, when and where

  2. jrubinow
    jrubinow says:

    Unfortunately, there are no other adult camps like Pro Ball. If we do a clinic in Tucson in 2014, it’s a short plane trip to from CA to AZ or a nice car ride through the desert. Join us!

  3. jrubinow
    jrubinow says:

    Hi Tom. Thanks for your email. The Tucson facility wasn’t made available by the city, so we’re going with Sarasota. FL is long way from HI, but I guarantee the trip will be well worth it. Guys will get in on Thursday Jan 16. Come a day early and relax. If you do join us, I’ll cover your hotel for Wednesday night.Hope this helps. Best, John

  4. Ronald Williams ( New Jersey)
    Ronald Williams ( New Jersey) says:

    Hi John, it has been some time since we have spoken. time for me to get back to the Pro Ball Camp..esp now that it will be in Fla.. I will be asking one of my MSBL team mates to join me, he will be a 1st timer. Be safe, and all the best..

  5. Blair Hanna
    Blair Hanna says:

    Interested in Florida camp, but Arizona would be better for me. I am from Canada. Hell, I used to play against Orv Franchuk in summer league up here in Canada. Still playing ball.

  6. Lucas
    Lucas says:

    I was at this camp in 2011. The camp is worth every penny that it costs. The coaches are friendly, and the camp is extremely organized. I have been to fantasy camps before and they were a waste of money, and very expensive. You get personalized training here at Pro Ball, because we’re all different players.

    My only suggestion is that camp be prolonged a little longer than a few days, for a baseball nut like myself.

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