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Saturday Clinics at Bases Loaded

 

Will "The Thrill" Boggs of Bases Loaded will be conducting clinics at 19 Patrick Lane, Poughkeepsie, NY 12603. These clincs are $20 per player per hour, and will be held each Saturday until March 31, 20

4 - 6 pm: 6 - 8 yr olds; 6 - 8 pm: 9 - 12 yr olds.

If interested, please contact Will @ 914-708-7483.

ABOUT

19 Patrick Lane, Poughkeepsie NY 12603

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Bases Loaded has approximately 4,500 sq ft. It's 50 feet wide by 73 feet long turf area. There are four pull down curtains and an additional 800 sq ft seating area. The ceiling height varies from 25 ft to 12 ft. The lighting is bright so that players can see the ball. Players will train on professional field turf that is soft enough to slide and dive on. This facility utilizes heavy duty nylon netting for protection and training. There is one male and one female bathroom. Parking is not a problem, because there are ample parking spaces available.

Hours of Operation:

Monday 3PM - 10PM
Tuesday 3PM - 10PM
Wednesday 3PM - 10PM
Thursday 3PM - 10PM
Friday 3PM - 10PM
Saturday 8AM - 8PM
Sunday 8AM - 8PM

Special arrangements can be made during the hours 8AM - 3PM Monday through Friday.

Trainers

  • Will Boggs

Will Boggs (aka Will The Thrill)
Owner/ Instructor/ Trainer/ Coach

William Boggs

Will Boggs is the owner of Bases Loaded. He has over 25 years of playing and coaching experience.

From 1987 – 1991 he played for perennial powerhouse Armijo High School in California, where he played OF/ P/ 3B for 3 years on the varsity team.

He also played for Contra Costa Community College, where he played for legendary college coaches Larry Quirico (Head Coach), and Marvin Webb (Hitting Coach). During his 2 years at Contra Costa CC he learned how to hit harder, and throw faster. His fastball reached 90 mph and helped him to earn a 2 year athletic scholarship to D II, Cal State University Hayward.

During his junior year he was clocked throwing 94 mph by the Texas Rangers. His playing career ended shortly due to an injury to his shoulder.

While studying Kinesiology at Cal State University of Hayward, he realized that poor instruction and improper movement patterns had led to his demise.

His first written training program was created to teach proper movement patterns for pitchers and hitters. Currently, he has trained numerous players, coaches, and teams in Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester County.