Texas Baseball Ranch October 2017

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OCTOBER 2017

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TEMPERATURES HAVEN’T FALLEN, BUT WE’RE STILL THINKING FALL

We’ll be headed to Italy at the end of the month to once again conduct two weekend camps there and reunite with the many friends we’ve made over the past few years.

Although the temperatures still feel like summer, here at the Texas Baseball Ranch ® , we’re full swing into our fall schedule.

We had a great weekend in California during our annual trek west. It was the 10th anniversary of our TZ Academy camp, so special thanks to Jim and Sondra Wagner for their hard work and commitment to making this event a success.

When we return, there will be no downtime, as the staff will turn around and head to Chicago for our annual fall camp hosted by Mike Ryan at his Fastball USA facility. For anyone interested in that event, you can go to www.fastballusa.com. Only a few spots remain, so if you want to join us in Chicago in November, I encourage you to sign up soon.

Session on coordinating movement

As you can see, baseball will have us on the road for much of the early part of the fall, but we will get back to Montgomery to close out the year. In late November, we will be holding our Thanksgiving Elite Pitchers Boot Camp, and then in December, we will host both our Ultimate Pitching Coaches Boot Camp early in the month and our holiday pitchers camp at the end of the month. More information on both of these can be found at www. TexasBaseballRanch.com/events. One special addition before the year’s out is our Collegiate Winter Workout. We’ve had numerous requests from guys wanting to get some work in over the holidays and a final checkup prior to their spring season. We’re excited that the dates will work for us to do just that this year.

Full house at TZ Academy Camp

We also held our Alumni Camp and shared some new concepts from the European training group, the Fighting Monkeys. It’s always our goal to challenge our current paradigms and training processes. It was both exciting and fun to see the athletes try something new and stretch their limits.

As you can tell, there is no slow season for us here at TBR, but that’s the way we like it.

We hope you are able to take advantage of one of these opportunities and come see us before the year is over.

-Ron Wolforth

Fighting Monkey’s Martin Bosey works with Alumni

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