Head Coach: Peter NashAssistant Coach: Daniel ConnollyAssistant Coach: David PhamPitching Instructor: Graham TebbitCatching/Infield Instructor: Kyle BowersInfield Instructor: Roy SuzukiGuest Hitting Instructor: Todd Betts
- $2000 for all baseball expenses and training ( + uniform for new players)
- 3 full-time collegiate coaches and 3-4 extra part-time collegiate instructors
- Advanced and structured off-season training at both a dome and batting cage/full weight room running from the beginning of November to the end of April. Heavy emphasis on biomechanical refinement using slow-motion cameras. Heavy emphasis on strength and functional athletic training, including one weight room session a week for 6 months with on-site Olympic weight-lifting coach.
- 7 tournaments (including 2 large U.S. Showcase tournaments), Private U of T Showcase tournament and playoffs
- Leaside-run March Break trip to Clearwater, FL (includes daily training, exhibition games, MLB Spring Training trips, low coach-to-player ratio) [Costs not included in team fees]
- Private visits from local OCAA and OUA school scouts/coaches + PBR representatives on our staff to guide you and promote players to targeted collegiate programs
- Complimentary arm-care and rehab kit + arm-care program
- UCL stress levels compared between pitches, biomechanical alterations, and comparisons to baseline levels during training and rehab using the Motus Sleeve
- Velocity tracking, biomechanical analysis using slow-mo cameras, and motor pattern development with connection balls and blending drills
- Baseball-specific strength program periodized in 3 phases; Phase 1 being motor pattern recruitment and functional movement, Phase 2 being hypertrophy (strength and muscle mass), and Phase 3 being speed and power.
- High-performance Nutrition program information + Sport Psychology information for competitive edge
- Phased testing of strength, agility, generated hitting velocity and throwing velocity + Goal setting
- Ex-varsity sprinting coach to engage with efficient sprinting motor patterns and speed/agility training
- Academic guidance from numerous collegiate and ex-collegiate players
- Local businesses who sponsor home nights for local community groups to attend home games with fan giveaways
- Home park is the historic Howard Talbot park, equipped with a sound system and player-designed walk-up music and game day music
- Connections with younger Leaside teams to provide paid and volunteer opportunities to mentor and/or coach the next generation of baseball players. Alumni now throughout Leaside as paid instructors.