Bay State Baseball Hitting Clinic Comes To Durfee
Lucas Saunders '13
Staff Reporter


As baseball season begins, every year you'll find many players preparing for the season by attending the annual Bay State Baseball hitting clinic. The clinic took place on March 16 and 17 in the Durfee gym between 9 AM - 12 noon.

Bay State Baseball camps and hitting clinics were founded by the late coach Jim Sullivan and Bruce Wheeler 32 years ago. These clinics include 6 hours of hitting throughout the weekend, over 300 swings per day, and individual instruction how to improve your batting swing. The clinic is a great way to get your swing greatly improved for the season, with drills that are used by professional baseball players everyday.

This clinic has very good instructors who have great knowledge and experience of the game to help younger players. Senior baseball player Mike Wilson will be doing this clinic for the 4th year in a row.

"I look forward to this camp every year. It's a great way to kick off the season. The coaches are great and it's just a great atmosphere to be in to learn and and talk with other players from other schools" said Wilson.

If you would like to sign up for the clinic you can go online and register at You can also go see Coach Brad Bustin for a flyer if you are a Durfee baseball player, and you will receive a discount and only pay $60 instead of the reagular fee off $100.