Right-fielder to join Braves in Los Angeles tonight.
The Jeff Francoeur Baseball Clinic
The 10th Inning Baseball Academy presents the Jeff Francoeur Baseball Clinic on Saturday, January 17, 2009.
Jeff's clinic will start at 1:00 pm and run for 90 minutes. Jeff will talk baseball and answer questions from attendees. Each player will leave the clinic with an autographed picture and get to meet Jeff.
Session two will be a Players' clinic and start at 2:30. This two-and-a-half hour clinic will be run by the 10th Inning staff. You'll get hands on instruction from Al Goetz, Jeff Guy, Brian Bridges, Jason Johnson, Jasha Baucom, and David Savage. Each player will receive a personalized DVD of their swing, analyzed by one of the coaches. Jeff will also stick around to watch the players in action.
The price for Jeff's clinic is $100.00 per player (limit 100) and the price for the Players' Clinic will be $100.00 per player (limit 50). If you want to attend both clinics the price will be $175.00.
Call the 10th Inning Baseball Academy for more information at 678-714-1000.
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