Jammers Host Annual Kids Clinic
The Jamestown Jammers hosted 45 youth baseball and softball players in their annual Kids Clinic.
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The Jamestown Jammers annual Kids Clinic saw 45 youngsters ages 6 to 12 come out to Diethrick Park to learn everything baseball from those they look up to.
"(we learned) hitting in the batting cages and hitting off the tees and we were practicing throwing and pitching," said camper Tommy Nyquist.
"I've been diving at shortstop and diving back to first base and I've been throwing the ball from the mound," said camper Harley Hoag.
The campers weren't the only ones enjoying themselves, the Jammers couldn't help but walk around with a smile on their own faces.
"The kids are happy to be here and every time you show up to the field you just got to be happy. No matter what happened last night or what happens tonight you've got to come to the field and have fun," said Jammer Jake Esch.
"These kids just bring us back to being little kids again. We just you know called one of these kids smiles you know and we called him smiles and did what we need to do to make them better," said Jammer Viosergy Rosa.
The kids involved won't soon forget what they were taught by the Jammers as they will see what they learned from their heroes in action Saturday night as they all received tickets for the Jammers game versus Tri-City.