The Broadneck Baseball and Softball Club is comprised of the families of more than 600 children playing organized youth baseball and softball on the Broadneck Peninsula. We are affiliated with the Cal Ripken and Babe Ruth organizations in baseball and with the Pony organization in softball.
Our goal at BBSC is to provide an opportunity for Broadneck-area children of all levels of ability and interest to play softball and baseball in a safe environment, emphasizing sportsmanship and fair play. Most importantly, we simply want to make softball and baseball a fun and memorable experience for all. We believe that coaches and parents attending games and practices should be role models for our child athletes and should always conduct themselves in a way that exhibits sportsmanship and admirable conduct toward other players, coaches, umpires and parents. We believe in teaching the sports of baseball and softball and have a major focus on teaching fundamentals in a way that makes the sport fun. We believe that BBSC is an important part of the local Broadneck community and we strive to bring the community together in positive ways. We honor local volunteers and businesses through our annual BBSC Community Service Award and we recognize those players who exhibit outstanding sportsmanship no matter what their batting average or whether their teams place first or last. We firmly believe that childhood is a magical time of life and that coaches and parents should never lose sight of the fact that our players are children playing a game that should always be fun.
BBSC Softball wants to inform you of two great winter training opportunities that will be taking place over the winter. These opportunities are a great way for the softball player(s) in your life to improve her skills and get ready for the spring season.
2016 Winter Pitching Clinic
BBSC and UMBC & Northeast High School standout pitcher, Heather Brown, have combined to provide all BBSC registered softball players the opportunity to attend a 7 week pitching clinic on Sunday afternoons from 5:00-6:00 p.m. at Belvedere Elementary School Gym. Clinics will take place on January 10, 17, 24 and 31 & February 7, 21 28. The clinic fee is just $50 and OPEN to all softball players with a desire to pitch and a willingness to work hard.
BBSC is offering to split the fee with our coaches for attending the Baseball Junkies coaching clinic, which will be held at the BWI Marriott on Jan 14 and 15 2016. The clinic includes an impressive group of coaches, listed below. BBSC will pay $50 of the $99 fee for all coaches. If you would like to attend, use this link to sign up with BBSC, pay your $50 and we will register you and pay the balance.We will then register as a group. We urge all baseball coaches to sign up. The $99 fee goes up after Nov. 30., so please sign up by then. Here is the link: http://assn.la/Reg/?r=3:99591