No matter what season we are in, the Rhode Island Baseball Institute is actively promoting, coaching, and encouraging the game of baseball. Indoor baseball training at the Rhode Island Baseball Institute, centrally located off Post Rd in Warwick, has been a way of life for Rhode Island Baseball since 1992. If my math is correct, that is close to 30 years of amazing service to the Rhode Island baseball community. Wow, what a resource.
I follow the Rhode Island Baseball Institute and their AAU/Showcase program, the Ocean State Bandits, on social media. They do a great job promoting their players, posting videos, wishing their players Happy Birthday, and including Bandits Alumni in events and showcases. And their website has some great photos of the facility, coaches working on skill development with players, staff news, social media feeds and more. Check out www.ribibaseball.com and browse their website for great baseball information.
I saw a post on Twitter (@ribi_baseball) recently about their upcoming fall development program at RIBI (Rhode Island Baseball Institute.) The program lengths vary from 6 weeks to 12 weeks. There are classes on hitting & fielding, pitching, catching, and strength & conditioning. Programs are broken up into age groups (9-12, 7-9, 13-17). Some of Rhode Island’s best baseball instructors will be running the programs this fall. Here is a snapshot of the programs, age levels, and times for each class:
These fall classes can book fast, so don’t delay. Go to http://www.ribibaseball.com/book-online to see prices and learn how you can sign your child up for fall classes. And thank you to the coaches and staff of the Rhode Island Baseball Institute for close to 30 years of providing excellent baseball coaching to players and their families.