Currently there is one lot left to sell for this project to move forward. Once that lot is sold, everything will be complete within a month and groundbreaking will begin. If you know of anyone (individual or business) that can step up and purchase a lot, the Blazers' dream of new fields will become a reality.
Here are the Fields Layout
and the Lot Layout
. Lot 6 is the last lot left for sale.
Once again you can direct any questions about the project to either:
Tom Kelenic: EMAIL
or 262-617-0291 or Brad Henes: EMAIL
Five-Tool Baseball Camp is in its 14th year of providing the area’s best hitting, pitching, and fielding instruction in a fun, competitive, skill development summer camp for players throughout Southeastern Wisconsin. Over the years, we’ve enjoyed great relationships with the area’s best youth leagues, teams, and individual players. Like the Waukesha Blazers, our goal is to develop quality, competitive baseball players that know how to play the game well while never losing sight of what makes this game so special and fun.
Our 2011 camp preparations are well underway. The owner, and lead instructor of Five-Tool Baseball Camp is Cory Bigler, Assistant Head Baseball Coach at UW-Milwaukee. Once again, Scott Doffek - Head Baseball Coach at UW-Milwaukee - will be returning to our morning instructional sessions. In addition, camp is staffed by area college players and high school coaches. We’d like to invite the Waukesha Blazers to be a part of our camp. If your league coaches or families might be interested in what we offer, we hope that you will assist us in passing along our website (www.fivetoolbaseball.weebly.com
) or registration brochure, which we’ve attached.
We are honored to be a part of the area’s baseball “family” and we look forward to working with any Blazers who join us this year (we’ve always had such good experiences with Blazers at past camps). Please contact us with your questions or concerns at email@example.com
or by calling 262.785.0512.
Cory Bigler and the Staff at Five-Tool Baseball Camp
for more information and to register!!!
Even though the weather has not been the best, I hope your organizations are off to their best start ever!
I just wanted to take a moment to remind all of you about our Bigler Sports Fall Ball program starting in mid-August. Last year was very successful with 30 teams playing. By adding new offerings, we are looking at having up to 60 teams playing ball at six different locations! Teams that joined us that thought it was a great way to have kids gain experience playing different positions, get some additional game time and enjoy excellent weather. Some coaches also used it as a way to have players try-out for next year's team!
We've got an early sign-up special going on that will reserve a spot for you and save $100 for each team that signs-up. All you have to do is send in your team's name and age level and a $100 deposit (per team) by June 15, 2011. You can even put off paying the balance until your first game.
All the details about Bigler Sports Fall Ball is available at www.biglerfallball.com
. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call me at 414-303-7064. I would also like to have you check out our new website at www.biglersports.com when you get a chance. Let me know what you think - your input matters to me.
Thanks everyone and have a great season!