Welcome to Cover All Bases. Owned and operated by former professionals Brian White and Cameron Monger. Both Brian and Cameron share a passion for developing baseball players of all skill levels. As a Certified Mental Coach and 10 year pro player, Cameron has extensive knowledge blending both physical and mental skills to form a well rounded athlete. We have coin operated pitching machines, open cages for rent, and a professional coaching staff ready to assist with private and group lessons. Call us today with any questions. 817-861-4118
Every athlete is unique and it's exciting for me helping them reach their individual goals and gain more enjoyment from the sport by seeing an uptick in their physical and mental skills
My son has been taking one-on-one lessons with Cameron and uses the cages for batting practice. The entire staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. Cameron has been able to train my son at a more advanced level than we’ve found anywhere else. He trains my son to his specific needs as an individual player. The lessons are conducted in a way that makes the most of the time we book. My son leaves the lesson with an action plan to implement the new skills during games, which has proven extremely helpful. Cameron is very resourceful and is extremely generous with his knowledge of the path a youth player should take based on their goals. It’s obvious he genuinely cares for his students and the game itself. Highly recommended.
My eight year old started weekly lessons with Hill Alexander this Fall. He enjoys the lessons and we’ve seen a big improvement in his swing. He also thinks Coach Hill is the best! It’s been a great experience so far!
Great instruction for my 13yo: Cameron is patient and breaks down the mechanics in a manner my son connects with and understands. CAB is great with communication regarding lessons (timing and short- and long-term goals). My son went from multiple consecutive seasons of not getting a hit to being one of the strongest hitters on the team. We couldn’t be happier that we found Cameron.
In the first lesson it is important for us to understand what the player and parent wants to get out of their time. Baseball is a dynamic sport, so understanding what areas we want to improve upon helps make every lesson efficient and successful.
Certified Mental Coach
10 Year Professional Player
15 Years one-on-one instruction experience
6 year olds to pro players
Recently we ran a practice for a local team where we were able to efficiently take 9 players through throwing mechanics, 4 unique hitting drills, a short bullpen session for pitchers and wrapped it up with a hitting competition & a speed and agility game. this 60 minute session was packed with fun and improvement for each player and coach who attended.
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What do I want to get better at?