Q: Do I need to attend Webber Academy to participate in any of the Wildcats Baseball programs?
A: No! Wildcats Baseball Programs are open to the public.
Q: Where do these camps take place?
A: Fall 2021 - Spring 2022 all camps and clinics will take place at Webber Academy using a combination of outdoor batting cages, field space, and gym space. Starting in Spring 2022 all programs will take place at the Webber Academy Athletic Park.
Q: What do I need to bring?
A: For fielding and pitching clinics please bring your glove. For hitting clinics please bring your bat and helmet. For catching clinics please bring your own gear and catcher's glove, if you don't have your own gear send an email to email@example.com indicating as such and we will get in touch with you about how the camp can be modified for you. Please wear athletic shoes, if the clinic is inside we ask that you change into clean indoor shoes. As always, a hat, athletic wear or baseball pants, and a water bottle are also good equipment to bring.
Q: Do you have equipment we can use?
A: We carry a limited selection of bats for use in hitting camps but we do not provide helmets or gloves.
Q: I am new to baseball, which programs do you recommend?
A: For ages 4 - 7 we recommend our Rally Cap program, for ages 8 - 18 our Fall Clinics, Single Sessions, and Multiple Session Skill Camps are a great place to learn new skills. Please inquire about our collaboration with ORKA Performance and their Athlete Development Program if you are looking for more!
Q: I am interested in becoming an umpire, how do I do this?
A: Please visit the Baseball Alberta Umpire page here.
Q: I work with a Little League Association, are there ways we can collaborate with Wildcats Baseball?
A: Yes, we offer coaching clinics, supplemental player camps and clinics, and our premier fields will be available to book for practices, games, and tournaments.
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