STARKVILLE, Miss. (WTVA/MSU Athletics) - Baseball coaches from throughout the region and representing a variety of levels of the sport will converge on the Mississippi State University campus Friday, January 11 when the Bulldog staff hosts the 2013 Mississippi State Baseball Coaching Clinic.
The day-long event, offered with no charge to attendees, will feature informative clinic sessions presented by MSU head baseball coach John Cohen and members of the Bulldog coaching staff. The clinic will begin at 8:15 a.m. with registration and check-in at the Palmeiro Center. Topics scheduled include Prescription Hitting, Pitching Absolutes, The All-Around Catcher, Defensive Drills for the Dirt, and Ways to Score Other Than Hitting. An afternoon "skull session" centering on various aspects of pitching, offense, defense and strength training will also include demonstrations by former Mississippi State baseball players.
Mississippi State finished the 2012 season with a (40-24) record and a No. 22 national ranking after winning the 2012 SEC Baseball Tournament and earning the program's 32nd advancement to NCAA postseason competition.
Attendees are asked to confirm plans to attend the clinic by contacting Jake Wells (662-325-3597).