Virginia Baseball Club, Inc. 
 

The Virginia Baseball Club (VBC) provides personalized instructional training programs for each level of the game, from beginners to advanced. The VBC has been providing Northern Virginia with quality instructional programs since 1992. Our popular summer programs located throughout Northern Virginia are convenient for players inside and around the beltway. In addition to offering a high level of instruction, we make playing baseball a positive experience for players of all ages and abilities.

VBC "In the Community"  The VBC has been very active volunteering in the local baseball community.  Each year we volunteer countless hours providing free instructional clinics for players and youth coaches.  We provide more than $5,000 each year to sponsor youth teams and provide scholarships to families in need. 

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AN EDUCATION-BASED APPROACH   Our success is due largely to the fact that we understand that the instruction is only as good as the instructor, and the strength of our programs is our experienced staff of teaching professionals, including former and current professional players.  Our well-organized curriculums are education-based, developed by VA certified professional educators/coaches who have years of experience working with players of all ages. We keep SMALL CLASS RATIOS in all of our programs. Our experienced staff of coaches are trained to understand the cognitive and physical abilities of each level.  In other words, our coaches know how to connect with players and train them at the appropriate level.

The VBC and Positive Coaching Alliance Partnership 

The Virginia Baseball Club and Positive Coaching Alliance (PCA) of Stanford University have formed a partnership to promote and reinforce a positive sports culture in sports leagues throughout Northern Virginia. All of the VBC coaches are trained in positive coaching techniques. The PCA is a non-profit, research-based group that provides workshops for coaches, parents, and youth league directors. Become a PCA partner today.

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