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Baseball Coach Highlight:

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Joe Magno

Former Pro Scout and College Coach

Coach Joe Magno has been the owner of a well established baseball camp for 20 years, conducting over 800 camps and 20,000 private lessons. He is a former college baseball coach, a former Associate Scout for the Cincinnati Reds, and former bench coach for the former Western Minor League Champions, Long Beach's Breakers. Along with his own expertise. Joe Magno's Mr. Baseball Training Camps' main goal is to teach both the basics and nuances of baseball and to reinforce the traditional values of organized sports: sportsmanship, teamwork, and determining and upholding personal values. We at Mr. Baseball believe that if our children learn the value of working individually towards their team's common goal, they will learn a lesson that extends far beyond the baseball field

 

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Joe Magno

Former Pro Scout and College Coach

Coach Joe Magno has been the owner of a well established baseball camp for 20 years, conducting over 800 camps and 20,000 private lessons. He is a former college baseball coach, a former Associate Scout for the Cincinnati Reds, and former bench coach for the former Western Minor League Champions, Long Beach's Breakers. Along with his own expertise. Joe Magno's Mr. Baseball Training Camps' main goal is to teach both the basics and nuances of baseball and to reinforce the traditional values of organized sports: sportsmanship, teamwork, and determining and upholding personal values. We at Mr. Baseball believe that if our children learn the value of working individually towards their team's common goal, they will learn a lesson that extends far beyond the baseball field