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TYPES OF LESSONS

INDIVIDUAL LESSON
Instructors work in a one-on-one setting with players based on the players' individual needs. Individual lessons give each player the opportunity to focus on the mechanics needed to improve and maintain their specific skills in a comfortable, intimate setting. Types of individual lessons include: hitting, pitching, infielding and catching.

GROUP LESSON
Instructors work in a similar format to individual lessons but in small groups. Group lessons will consist of no more than three players.

TEAM VIDEO ANALYSIS
In a two-hour period, instructors will videotape and breakdown a player's mechanics to provide them with both strengths and areas which need improvement. Instructors will also provide drills which players can do on their own or with their team to help them improve.

OUTDOOR TRAINING
Instructors will travel to your team's desired location to train outdoors. Teams may also selected to train outdoors at Baseball Factory Field @ UMBC.

TEAM SPECIFIC TRAINING
Instructors will attend practice and provide a plan specifically tailored to address your team needs. Practice plans can consist of basic team drills, as well as more intricate game-like situations.

To schedule a lesson or a group of lessons call / email
Mark Lemon at 410.715.5080 / mlemon@baseballfactory.com.

CORRECTIVE VIDEO
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 Factory Development Institute Lessons Staff
Steve Sclafani
Drew Baldwin
Drew came through the Baseball Factory as a player. After graduating high school in 2007, Drew went on to play four years at Salisbury University. During his four years as a player, Salisbury University won 143 games and advanced to the NCAA playoffs each year.[More]Drew was named a captain, 2nd-team All CAC, was the South Region's Most Outstanding Player, set school/conference records on the mound and helped lead the Sea Gulls to their 3rd CWS appearance in school history. Following his playing career, Drew served as the pitching coach at Salisbury University for one year, before coming back to work for Baseball Factory full-time[Less]
Nolan Fuller
Nolan is a graduate of the University of South Carolina Beaufort, where he played and coached under the tutelage of current Pittsburgh Pirates First Base Coach, Rick Sofield. In 2012, Fuller helped the Sand Sharks make their first NAIA World[More]Series appearance - where they finished ranked 7th in the Nation. In his four years at USCB, the Sand Sharks compiled a record of 142-75. Nolan is also a Baseball Factory Alum, competing in events during High School.[Less]
Jason Scott
Mark Lemon
Mark is a 2008 graduate of UMBC where he played 3B/SS for the Retrievers and was captain of the '08 team that reached the America East conference tournament for the first time in school history. After graduating with a degree in History, Mark returned to his [More]home-state of Delaware where he was the head varsity baseball coach at Wilmington Friends School and was named conference coach of the year in 2010. Mark also had the opportunity to coach the Delaware North All-Stars in 2010 at the Carpenter Cup Classic in Philadelphia. Mark was a part of the Baseball Factory program as a player and now serves as Director of FDI Operations.[Less]
Josh Fyffe
Shane Mattingly
Shane played at Washington College where he earned All-Centennial Conference second-team and ABCA All-Region third-team honors in 2012. He was the co-male winner of the College's 2012 Thomas Reeder Spedden Medal. Shane tied the school record with [More]conference-best 93 batters struck out in 2012 and also shared conference lead for fewest batters walked among qualified pitchers (11) and went 6-2 with one save and a 3.14 ERA in 13 appearances, 11 of them starts, and 80.1 innings pitched in 2012. Shane battled through injuries to earn All-Centennial Conference honorable mention recognition in 2011, going 4-3 in nine appearances (eight starts) on the mound and led team in ERA (3.21) and strikeouts (47) in 2011. He quickly established himself as one of the top pitchers in the Centennial Conference in his first season at WC, earning 2010 All-Centennial first team honors where he went 5-2 in 12 appearances (10 starts) with a 2.85 ERA. He struck out 43 batters and walked just 15 in 72.2 innings and also had six hits, two runs scored, and two RBI at the plate. Before Washington College, Shane played one year at CCBC-Catonsville, where he went 4-0 as a pitcher. He also played baseball and basketball at Centennial High School where he earned All-County first team honors as a junior and second team honors as a senior. He served as captain of the baseball team and was an Honor Roll student, as well. Shane was also the head pitching coach at the University of Massachusetts Boston this past season.[Less]
Jason Scott
Jason Scott
Jason is a native of Columbia, MD where he attended Long Reach High School. While at Long Reach, Jason played summer baseball with the highly competitive Columbia Reds. After graduating in 2002, Jason attended West Virginia[More]University Institute of Technology. As a two-year captain and starter Jason helped the Golden Bears become a formidable opponent in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. Following his graduation from WVU Tech with a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, Jason began his coaching career in 2008 at Transylvania University in Lexington, KY. He worked primarily with catchers and hitters at Transylvania. As a catching specialist with Baseball Factory, Jason is helping players to not only learn the essential fundamental skills, but to learn how to call a game and be the leader of their team. [Less]
Jason Scott
Jereme Scott
Jereme played locally at Long Reach High School in Columbia, MD and went on to play four years of collegiate baseball at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, PA as a center fielder. For the past five years I've been giving individual and team hitting lessons [More]factory and I just finished my first season as assistant coach at Georgetown Preparatory School in Bethesda, MD.[Less]