The 14th annual I-70 Baseball Coaches Clinic will be held on 2017 Martin Luther King Weekend- Sunday night 1/15 and Monday 1/16. We are very excited to announce our speaker lineup and will put this lineup up against anyone’s.
University of Missouri Head Coach Steve Bieser will join us in January and speak twice. We are very excited to bring Coach Bieser here- he has experience as a State Champion High School Coach at Vianny in St. Louis and has excelled at SEMO and now is the head coach of the Missouri Tigers in the SEC!
Also speaking this year:
Former LSU Baseball Coach Skip Bertman – LSU – 5 College World Series Titles. 6-time national coach of the year.
We are very excited to announce that former LSU Baseball Coach Skip Bertman will be speaking at our 2017 I-70 Clinic. Coach Bertman is one of the top speakers in the country and is one of the best college baseball coaches in NCAA history. His LSU teams won five College World Series (in 11 appearances) and seven SEC Championships. He was voted National Coach of the Year six times.
Thanks to everyone who attended the record-setting 2016 I-70 Baseball Coaches Clinic: Over 300 coaches (attending from 10 different states), and 19 vendors. It was a great day to learn more baseball.
Coming Back Next Year?
The 2017 I-70 Coaches Clinic will be over Martin Luther King Jr. weekend and will feature Auburn University head coach Butch Thompson and Texas Rangers hitting coach Anthony Iapoce. More speakers will be added at a later date.
The 13th annual I-70 Baseball Coaches Clinic will be held on 2016 Martin Luther King Weekend- Sunday night 1/17 and Monday 1/18. We are very excited to announce our speaker lineup and will put this lineup up against anyone’s.
Leo Mazzone, Former Pitching Coach of the Atlanta Braves.
Professional baseball coach for 32 years. Major league pitching coach for 17 years. His pitching staffs anchored 14 division winners in Atlanta over 15 seasons. #1 in total MLB postseason games as a pitching coach. #1 on ESPN’s list of the Top 10 Assistant Coaches of All-Time. Has had only 1 starting pitcher in his career as a pitching coach sustain an arm injury
– Rick Eckstein, Hitting Coach, University of Kentucky. Former hitting coach of the Washington Nationals. Brother of former Cardinal Shortstop David Eckstein.
– Pat McMahon, New York Yankees. Former Head Coach at Mississippi State and Univ of Florida.
– Jack Leggett, ABCA Hall of Fame Coach and former head coach at Clemson University.