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"Learn the Top Hand Release and hit like the pros!"

Baseball and Softball Instructional Clinics for age 6 to 13 years-old

The Bobby Woods 43nd Annual Shore Baseball & Softball Clinics for 2018

Three sessions in Southern New Jersey

1st session Linwood All Wars Memorial Field,
June 25th - June 29th
2nd session Sea Isle City Little League Fields,
July 23rd - July 27th

All clinics are from 9 a.m. to noon.

Professional, individual baseball and softball instruction with a commitment to excellence


Shore Baseball and Softball Clinic Instructors

Bobby Woods
Bobby played four seasons of professional baseball with the Chicago Cubs Organization as a shortstop and third baseman. Some of the well-known players he played with and against include Roger Metzger, Vida Blue, and Rich Reuschel of the San Francisco Giants; Billy North of the Oakland Athletics; Oscar Gamble and Mickey Rivers of the New York Yankees; Craig Swain of the New York Mets; Don Stanhouse of the Baltimore Orioles; Larry Guru of the Kansas City Royals and Bill Buckner of the Boston Red Sox.

Bobby is a 1972 graduate of Arizona State University, which has one of the finest collegiate baseball programs in the country. He also has a Master's Degree in Health and Physical Education from Rowan University. In 1973 Bobby coached the Margate Senior League to win the New Jersey State title.

He is the former head baseball coach at Atlantic Community College, which won the Garden State Athletic Conference and Region XIX Championship in his first year there. He was also selected Region XIX Coach of the Year, which includes all of New Jersey, Delaware and eastern Pennsylvania, and Garden State Conference Coach of the Year for the 1976 season. His 1978 team finished as the 11th-ranked junior college in the United States. He was also selected WOND radio station's Coach of the Year that year.

Bobby helped select members of the United States Pan American Games Baseball Team in 1983, with one of his prospects later playing on the 1984 United States Olympic Baseball Team.

In 1988 Bobby coached Egg Harbor Township High School to a tri-championship of the Cape Atlantic Division I. For that year he was selected Atlantic County and Atlantic City Press Coach of the Year for Scholastic Baseball, achieving his fifth Coach of the Year Award.

In November of 1994 Bobby was inducted into the Atlantic City high School Athletic Hall of Fame, representing the first group of athletes recognized in the school's history. Bobby is also a member of the Association of Professional Ballplayers of America.

Lefty Dever
Lefty is the former pitching coach at Atlantic Community College, whose contributions to the coaching staff there enabled the team to finish ranked 11th in the nation in the Final Junior College Poll in 1978. His unique and innovative theories about pitching have left positive impressions on his students, and he has written articles on pitching for the American Association of College Baseball Coaches.

He pitched two years abroad on the United States-Japan Goodwill Baseball Team and was drafted professionally by the Cincinnati Reds.

Lefty invented the "pitcher warm-up", endorsed by former players Jim Beatie of the New York Yankees and Rich Gale of the Kansas City Royals. He has a B.A. from Rowan University.

Eric Fitzgerald
Eric is a former outstanding baseball player for Mainland Regional High School where he batted .443 in 2004, his senior year. He is continuing his baseball career playing varsity baseball for Mary Washington College in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Paul Juliano
Paul played four years of outstanding varsity baseball at Mainland Regional High School and received a baseball scholarship to The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia where he is entering his sophomore year.

Katie Hartman
Katie is a 2004 graduate of Mainland Regional High School who is continueing her softball career at Emerson College in Boston. Katie earned four varsity letters as a catcher at Mainland, and played for several NSA and ASA teams competing throughout the east for the last seven years. She was also selected as an New Jersey All State soccer player during her senior year in high school.

Constance DeSalvo
Constance pitched outstanding varsity softball for four years at Sacred Heart High School in Richland, New Jersey, earning first team honors for the Daily Journal for four years and the Atlantic City Press for three years. In 1999 she was the pitcher on the first-ever World Series Championship fast pitch team from Millville, NJ. She was selected for the All World Series Team.

She continued her career playing for Stockton State College in Galloway, New Jersey and in 2003 was selected as an NFCA All American Scholar Athlete. She will teach the softball windmill fastpitch style of pitching.



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