PO Box 1377, Salem, NH 03079
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This program provides elite athletes an outstanding baseball/softball experience. In creating opportunities to play at an elite level of competition with the most professional coaching available, teams develop both a strategic and tactical understanding of the game.
We have both baseball and softball teams out of all three Play Ball facilities: Salem, Nashua, and Salisbury. To speak to someone about our program, call 603-898-0332 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Come be a part of the Hurricane tradition.
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Salem Monday, 9/24 from 6-7p.
Salisbury Monday, 9/24 from 6-7p.
For Salisbury: Matt Keefe at Matt@goplayball.com.
For Salem: Al Mottram at Al@goplayball.com.
For Nashua: Costas Tingas at Costas@goplayball.com.
Our 4th annual Recruiting Information Night is Monday, October 22nd. Click on the link for details and registration.
For information on our October one-day Zombie Ball softball tournaments, click on the logo.
Hurricane Softball Coach required Coaching Clinic 9/30 at Salem Play Ball. 9:30-11am.
Please pre-register so we can staff accordingly.
Our professional coaching and instructional staffs are second to none. We have a cadre of current and former professional baseball players, current and former college baseball and softball coaches, current and former college baseball and softball players, and a multitude of years of coaching experience in both the baseball and softball programs. Experience both on the field and in the coaching box set our staffs apart from all other programs.
Our training program pursues excellence by focusing on player development from the ground up. We drive perpetual improvement of all basic baseball and softball skills by providing continuous feedback for every repetition at every practice, scrimmage, and competition. We provide an early fall program, a late fall specialized training program, twice-weekly off-season practices, and early spring scrimmages, all in preparation for improved performance on the field.
We teach the game through the lenses of sportsmanship, effort, and respect. We expect our Hurricane players, coaches, and families to respect the team, each other, opponents, and officials. We expect our players to work hard at all times and commit to their own improvement. And we expect anyone wearing or supporting someone in a Hurricane uniform to behave in a way that is consistent with outstanding sportsmanship.