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About this pro

I am very experienced and believe in making small adjustments based on the kids skill level.  Parents and kids must understand, Kids all have diffent shoe sizes.  What works for one, doesn't work for others.  I try to find what works best for the kids and we build from there.  Baseball is a game of failure.  Once the kids and parents undertands this concept, the game will become more enjoyable.  Or, will allow for a faster mental recovery after a bad game.

It gives me an opportunity to help kids build a sound foundation they can build on as there skill progress and advance.  

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Corinth, TX 76210
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2 Reviews


  • Deni Halterman

    I love Alton’s coaching style with my 8yr old grandson. He has calm voice, he’s friendly, positive and encouraging all while looking for perfection in repetition. Great explaining each step,having no problem repeating himself to make sure the student understands completely. Extremely happy to have Alton as instructor!

  • Mark Pierce

    Excellent first training session with Alton. Interacts very well with younger players and has an organized approach. Looking forward to future sessions.

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

1 - The first lesson is evaluation.

2 - Discuss evaluation with kidd and parents.

3 - Help kids and parents understand recommended adjustments through demonstration and practice.

4 - Begin to work.  Repetitive practice at home is critical to success and building muscle memory. 

5 - Repeat until skill is learned

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Education: Seminole High School, A.A Business, BA Finance, BS Computer Information Sytsems

Experience: High School, Seminole Junior College, Oklahoma State and Cincinnati Reds Organization

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

No - All customers pay $45 per lesson

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