Jerry McClanahan Catching And Hitting Lessons

Jerry McClanahan Catching And Hitting Lessons

5.0 (9)
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About this pro

Hi everyone,

My name is Jerry McClanahan and I am a former professional baseball player. I played for 3 years in the Baltimore Orioles organization. I am going into my first year as a graduate assistant coach at UC Irvine and will mainly be working with catchers and hitters. I played 5 years at UC Irvine and was fortunate enough to start for 4 years and go to Omaha in 2014, before being drafted in the 19th round in 2015. All lessons will be at UC Irvine, looking forward to helping your son be the best ball player possible! 

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Credentials

Irvine, CA 92617
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9 Reviews

5.0

  • Chris Williamson

    Awesome coach. Has extensive college and professional experience, and does a great job incorporating different drills for the kids. Highly recommend.

  • Andrew Martinez

    Great customer service, speedy assistance, overall fantastic experience.

  • Scott Davies

    Jerry was a great hitting coach and role model for my son. Not only did he provide my son with top notch fundamental training, but also demonstrated great work ethic and dedication. Could not speak more highly of Jerry!

  • Mark Cusak

    Jerry has been working with my 14 year old son for a few months now. He has been a great help in developing my son's hitting approach as well as his catching skills. Jerry's advanced knowledge and skill set has made my son a more polished all around player. I think he is the extra help we need before high school try outs.


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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

30 minutes of catching work and 30 minutes of hitting, or an hour of straight hitting if player is not a catcher.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

For rates please contact me at (626) 826-5656 or [email protected]


What types of students have you worked with?

8 year olds up to seniors in college


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Just because people will promise you everything does not mean they will help your son's specific needs


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