The I-70 Baseball Coaches Clinic at Greenville High School is going virtual this year, which is probably a good thing, because few venues in the world could contain the level of talent the speaker lineup contains this year.
This year’s clinic features more than 30 sessions from top coaches from all over the country, from baseball and beyond. The sessions will address both physical and mental aspects of the game, in addition to program building and leadership traits.
Dubbed the “Biggest Little Clinic in the Midwest,” the I-70 Baseball Clinic will feature such names as White Sox manager and hall of famer Tony La Russa, Cardinals manager Mike Shildt, Vanderbilt University Head Coach Tim Corbin, former Major Leaguer Gary Gaetti and pitching guru Tom House.
Outside of the world of baseball, best selling author Jon Gordon will be speaking, along with University of Kentucky Head Men’s Basketball Coach John Calipari and ESPN basketball analyst Jay Bilas.
A complete list of all 25 speakers can be found at i70.coachesinsider.com.
The clinic will be held from Jan. 17 through Jan. 21, with 11 sessions split on the first two days, 11 sessions scheduled for Jan. 18, and the final eight sessions split between Jan. 20 and 21.
The two early registration tickets, regular access for $54.99 and extended access for $64.99, allow access to live broadcasts and replays/on-demand of the sessions. The regular access is valid until Feb. 28, 2021, while the extended acess is valid until July 31, 2021.
To register for the clinic or for more information, go to i70.coachesinsider.com.