WELCOME TO FARM CLUB LLC
DECEMBER HITTING CLINIC
With NICK VERMILLION
6 hour hitting clinic spread over 3 Thursdays in Dec. Dec 1, 8 and 15 from 6pm-8pm. Ages 8-15. Sessions will be limited to no more than 15 players to allow for proper instruction. More sessions will be added if needed.
Only $130> Returning players only $100
Registration is available in "Clinics/Rentals" link on main menu
Nick is a graduate of Archbishop Spalding HS class of 2017. 3 year starter. Started on 2 MIAA championship teams where he excelled at 3b and Pitcher. Career .400 hitter at Spalding. 2x All MIAA, 2x All AA County, All Met Washington Post, All Met Baltimore Sun, 1st team All MSABC, Finalist for MD Gatorade Player of the Year 2017 and Played in the Brooks Robinson All Star Game. After High School Nick played football for Towson University.
Nick does a great job in explaining and instructing young kids on the fundamentals of hitting. He also does pitching and infield instruction.
ZACH MORRIS PITCHING CLINIC
Pitching clinic with Zach Morris
Thursday Nov 3rd, Thurs Nov 10, Thurs Nov 17th
Bio: Zach Morris
Dematha High Graduate
Univ of Cincinnati
Univ of MD Graduate
Played 3 years in minors for Philadelphia Phillies
Focus Points of Clinic
- Importance of stretching with a purpose
-Arm Care and Strength Program (Band Work)
-Fielding the position
-Agility and conditioning
-Fundamentals, throwing the right way
-Drills that helped Zach over the course of his career in college and professional level
FARM CLUB LLC
Fall 2022 Rates:
ENTIRE FACILITY TEAM RENTAL: $100 per hour. Will increase to $110 per hour on Dec 1
CAGE RENTAL: $42 per hour (6 players max per cage)
MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP: $105 per mo. Rate increase to $125 Sep 1.
PITCHING AND HITTING LESSONS AVAILABLE
The Farm Club was built in 2018 and is a climate controlled indoor baseball/softball training facility. Multiple organizations, teams and individuals use the Farm Club to prepare them for competition. The facility offers two full size 15' x 66' batting cages w/ Hack Attack pitching machines and a separate 18' x 70' pitching/training area w/ resistance band stations, weights and a portable pitching mound. The entire training area can be modified to make the entire area perfect for fielding work in a matter of seconds.
We rent the facility hourly for team use and mix in position specific clinics that focus on skills needed to excel at your position of choice. Team rentals can be reserved and paid online as well as individual cage rental, and a limited number of monthly memberships which gives you 24/7 access to the facility (When not being rented for team use). Venmo and Cash/Check payments available as well. We offer the best rates in the area to allow for anyone who wants to improve their game, the opportunity to do so without breaking the bank.
We offer Pitching and Hitting Clinics!!
Zach Morris works with players on developing both mental and physical skills required to be a successful pitcher. Zach is a local product, graduating from Dematha and Univ of MD. Zach spent several years in the Philadelphia Phillies minor league organization.
Jake and Nick Vermillion offer very affordable lessons or clinics to focus on the basics to being an effective hitter. Both are local products and had successful High School careers. Jake played college ball at Delaware Valley. Nick was one of the top players in the State of MD during his years at Archbishop Spalding HS and started at pitcher and 3rd base. Both do a great job interacting with the kids to make learning fun as both played the game just a few years ago. Nick also does fielding and catching instruction.
Farm Club was constructed on the site formerly occupied by a turn of the 20th century tobacco barn (approx 1910). As the tobacco barn's structure slowly deteriorated, the decision was made to tear down the barn and build what is now Farm Club. The property, located on rt 214 in Bowie MD, was home to Henry Hamilton who owned and operated the farm until his passing. Henry Hamilton was a big baseball fan and coached many teams throughout his long life. No doubt Pop Pop Henry would have loved to see all of the kids working and most importantly, having fun on his farm.