Line Drive Sports has been accepted into the Second Chance Baseball league. This league offers players who get cut from their High School team to have a similar expreience and continue working through the High School season. Visit Our team page for additional information.
Visit our tryouts page for details and to register. We are looking for a few players to finish out an 10U - 14U teams. We will be doing evaluations Saturday from 1-4 PM at Line Drive Sports. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule something one night this week.
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As much as we hate this, our insurance wants every participant to sign a waiver. Please click here to fill out the form real quick, sign it and send it with your child to practice. Thank you for your understanding.
We have camps posted for 2014, we will be adding to this as we secure dates from our pros, but we will have specialty clinics on Saturdays from 9 AM to 12 PM on most Saturdays and have camps many weekdays that your kids are out of school from 8 AM until 6 PM. click here for details and to register.
Line Drive is opening our meeting rooms. We are doing birthday parties, team parties, conference room, business luncheons. Call Chirsta @ (281) 305-8603 for additional details.
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Line Drive Sports is the premier athletic facility for baseball and softball on the south side of Houston. We are forming teams for baseball for the spring of 2014 season in ages 6U-14U. We will be forming 15U-18U in May. Click Here for our tryout information.
You ask what are the difference between instructors and coaches? Instructors are people who train your players either individually or as a group. Coaches are people who manage the game, set the lineup, put the players in possition, and tell you what to do on the corners. We strive hard to have some of the best instructors and coaches in the Houston area.
What are the benefits of select baseball? Over the last 20 years, the science of baseball has become intense through kinesiology and more specifically biomechanics. Nolan Ryan was an early proponent and spent a great amount of personal money going through MRI's and the mechanics of what made him different than other pitchers. Over the last 2 decades MLB has spent tens of millions of dollars to learn what muscles to build, what muscle memory to teach, and how to extend the life of a player through good habits, exercises, and work out routines. By following the correct habits, your player can make amazing strides.