2009 Mohegan Sun World Baseball Coaches Convention Announced

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE

Trey Hillman highlights 2009 Convention
Trey Hillman highlights 2009 Convention

UNCASVILLE, CT – Kansas City Royals Manager Trey Hillman, Boston Red Sox Pitching Coach John Farrell and Trinity College National Champion Collegiate Coach Bill Decker are three of the nearly 30 featured presenters at the 2009 Mohegan Sun World Baseball & Softball Coaches’ Convention.

Held at the spectacular Mohegan Sun Resort Casino in Uncasville, Connecticut from January 8 – 10, 2009, this international three-day provides baseball and softball coaches access to some of the world’s top baseball & softball minds – managers, coaches, players and motivators – in settings from small breakout rooms to general lecture sessions.

Baseball will also feature Toronto Blue Jays Bench Coach Brian Butterfield, University of Virginia Pitching Coach Karl Kuhn, Franklin Pierce Head Coach Jayson King, renowned hitting instructor and Florida International University Head Coach Turtle Thomas, Boston Red Sox Northeast Regional Scouting Director Ray Fagnant, Pace University Head Coach Henry Manning, LeMoyne Head Coach Steve Owens and more.

Former speakers at the Convention include Hall of Famers Gary Carter and Cal Ripken, Jr., New York Yankees Manager Joe Girardi, New York Yankees legend Don Mattingly and Boston Red Sox great Dwight Evans.

BASEBALL pre-registration is $135 per coach ($155 at the door), which includes a free gift for all registrants. Pre-registration for students or players (14-18 years old) is $75.

Special rates are available for accommodations at the Mohegan Sun Hotel and specific area hotels to all clinic attendees for a limited time — see the event website for all details.

The 2009 Mohegan Sun World Baseball Coaches’ Convention is made possible through the generous support of Mohegan Sun, Hadlfield’s/Russell Athletic, Rawlings, Yankee Gas, Johnny Rockets, Red Bull, America ‘s Game and Baseball America.

To register or for more the event visit www.baseballcoachesclinic.com or call 860.674.1500.