Catching Instruction Starts Young

Catching lessons should start at a young age and William Fonseca is proof positive! William is a 6 year old who doesn’t look old enough to pay attention, let alone learn focus at a catching lesson.  He’s as cute as he is accomplished, but still looks like he should be picking daisies in the outfield grass, he’s all business though.

Watch out for William Fonseca (age 6), he’s a little fire cracker who loves baseball and loves catching.  He’s not only applied the step by step movements he learned in his lessons, he’s learning how to work them into the games.  It won’t be long before he’s passing up other catchers who waited till they were really old (like 10 yrs old – haha!), to receive the professional coaching.

Catching Lessons for young players.
You’re not going to believe this 6 year old showing off his skills!

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  1. tina fonseca
    tina fonseca says:

    Matt great hearing from you:) he is doing great still showing his professional skills . He currently plays for the So Cal Shockers 9 u he strickly play only travel baseball. His team had won a nit title and recently a state title with extreme. But there is plenty of competition out there for 9’s. His main position is catching and play’s first base and pitches about 6 innings in a tournement when we play. His team plays about 2tourneys a month. Thank for your time in training my kid those skills are still with him today.

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