Private Baseball Lessons available in Seagoville. Learn how to perfect your craft with individualized baseball training. Available for all ages and skill levels. Baseball classes are limited to a maximum of 10 students.
We have classes and 1-on-1 training in the following areas:
1. Hitting Fundamentals
2. Pitching Fundamentals
3. Infielders – Fundamentals
4. Outfielders – Fundamentals
5. Catchers – Fundamentals
6. Baserunning Fundamentals
$20 – Hitting Class (90 minutes)
$20 – Fielding Class (90 minutes)
$20 – Pitching Class (90 minutes)
$25 – Hitting & Fielding Class (120 minutes)
$30 – 1-on-1 Training (60 minutes)
FALL SCHEDULE (SEPT-OCTOBER)
MON – Hitting Class (5:00)
TUE – Hitting Class (5:00)
WED – Fielding Class (5:00)
THU – Pitching Class (5:00)
SAT – Hitting & Fielding Class (9:00)
SAT – 1-on-1 Training (11:00 – 3:00)
Moore earned First-Team All-District accolades with the Dragons, and was also honored as the Bethel University Royals Freshman of the Year. He became the youngest head coach (age 17) in the history of the Seagoville Sports Association in 1984, and has also coached in the Crockett Merchants Little League.
Moore replaced legendary Cuban national team skipper Juan Vistuer Valdez as the head coach of the Therwil Flyers – the largest baseball and softball club in Switzerland – in 1993. He captured three Swiss National Championships in four seasons with the Flyers before rebuilding the fifth-place Zurich Challengers into national champions in just two seasons.
Moore also transformed one of Europe’s worst national teams into a B-Pool contender that upset 1994 European Baseball Championship Champion, Ukraine, 4-2 in Llubjana, Slovenia, with a 14-year-old pitcher.
In 1998, Moore narrowly missed leading the Swiss National Team to the championship game of the European Baseball B-Pool Championship after suffering a 5-4 loss to Austria, and their two American pitchers. He compiled a 13-8 record with the national team, which was 3-24 on the international stage prior to his arrival.
Moore posted a 118-29 record and won four national championships in six seasons in Switzerland’s top men’s division, and also developed 31 national team players. In Game 3 of the 1994 Swiss Finals, he replaced his entire starting lineup in the fourth inning with the Flyers’ second-division team consisting of all teenagers.
Nicknamed the “Human Vacuum Cleaner” for his defensive prowess at third base, Moore batted .479 for the Dragons in a district that included baseball powerhouses Allen and McKinney.
Moore travelled to Brunei for a month in 2019 to conduct hitting clinics and coach in Asia’s Masters Tournament.
The native Texan has led Swiss teams in tournaments in Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Slovenia, Spain, and Ukraine.
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