100% Free video series reveals...
3 Secrets To Helping Your Kid
Reach Their Catching Potential
(Discover what the top young athletes are using to get the next level)
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100% free video series...
3 secrets to helping your kid reach their catching potential
(Discover what the top young athletes are using to get the next level)
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
Your Instructor: Todd Coburn
Coach, Former Professional Catcher
Whether you’ve played the position or not, working with catchers can be a challenge. If you aren’t even sure where to begin, it can be extra challenging teaching positions you’ve never played.

Your team’s success will depend on your defense “up the middle”. Catcher, shortstop, and centerfield.

I’m here to help you develop your catchers into the best they can be. I’m known for my organization, passion and unique perspective on catching. My goal is to help YOU develop YOUR coaching skills so you can get the big “WIN” consistently!
We know the life of a catcher’s parent can be just as tough as the life of a catcher…
  • You’re both involved in every pitch.
  • When they get hurt, you feel the pain. 
  • When they give up a stolen base, you feel the frustration.
  • When they miss a block, disappointment sets in.
  • ​You share in the pressure of being the “field general”.
  • When something goes wrong, your catcher has to get an ear full in the dugout and you hear the comments in the stands.
Not to mention the constant battle of juggling it all, trying to find time getting your player to practice, lessons or training after work, putting some food in their bellies and helping them complete their homework.
It’s exhausting, right?
But no matter how exhausting it feels, you just want the best for your catcher. You want quality lessons, instruction, and information that is accurate, safe and affordable because baseball is their passion, (which makes it your passion).
For support issues or questions, please email me at TeamCoburn@thecatchingguy.com
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