Last Updated: February 9, 2017 

BOSS Skills Clinics - Winter 2017

For the second straight year, BOSS Baseball Academy will be offering winter skills clinics for players ages U9 to U14.   These clinics will be free to all BOSS players.  Friends of players and non-BOSS players can attend for $15 per session. The clinic will be administered by area high school coaches with assistance from high school players.  No registration required, come when available.

Contact  Dave Wade (President@bossbaseballacademy.com - 414-698-5809) for any questions

WHERE
Ozaukee Sports Center
955 Maritime Dr
Port Washington, WI
 
WHEN
Pitching & Fielding
Saturdays Feb 4, Feb 11, Feb 18 & Feb 25 9:30am-10:45am
 
Hitting, Bunting and Base running
Saturdays Mar 4, Mar 11, Mar 18 & Mar 25 9:30am-10:45am
 

BOSS 2017 Tournament Details Announced

2017 tournament dates have now been set for both the Memorial Weekend Shootout and Highlander Battle.  Both tournaments are single day, 3 game formats at family friendly Mequon-Thiensville parks allowing your team to have a portion of their weekend free.  Cost is $400 per tournament or $350 each if signing up for both.  Cost is also $350 per tournament if 3 or more teams from the same organization register.

Memorial Weekend Shootout, located in Mequon & Thiensville

Highlander Battle, located in Mequon & Thiensville

2017 Spring Milwaukee Area Baseball League (MABL)

The 2017 Spring MABL for 2017 High School Players will be playing doubleheaders on Sundays from April 9 to May 14.

Please see the registration form for details

 

BOSS Baseball High School Winter Training

BOSS Baseball Academy will be offering training for high school eligible players.   This training begins indoors and will move outdoors with the weather.

Contact  Dave Wade (President@bossbaseballacademy.com - 414-698-5809) for any questions

DETAILS
Jan 31-March 30
Tuesday and Thursday Delta Sports Glendale 8-9p
Wednesday and Saturday Ozaukee Sports Center 8-9:15p Wed 10:45-12n Saturday
 
Can attend any or all dates $300
Continues outdoors until May 12