2024 Summer/Fall Let It Eat Club Tryouts
Fast Pitch Group Clinic with Britt Kelleher
Over four weeks, Coach Britt will supervise each group lesson with one-on-one individualized coaching, covering fundamental motion, speed, and delivery. The group format offers the benefit of supervised coaching with focused time and space needed to refine pitching techniques before taking the field.
This is a 4 week commitment to getting better.
$200 Per Player for all 4 Sessions
Sundays in March 3, 10, 17, 24
As a natural left-handed pitcher, Britt Kelleher played college level softball at Division II, Bryant University in Smithfield, RI. After moving to the west coast, Britt turned her energy to coaching players of all ages, teaching the fundamentals of pitching and playing softball. She has coached softball & pitching for over 20 years running the ‘Learn to Pitch’ softball clinics in Sonoma County for the last eight years. Britt’s specialty is coaching young players to invoke a passion for pitching and softball in younger generations.
2024 Summer Camps
Benefit Camp Video
I’ve had the privilege of working with Kasey and admire the hard work and attention to detail that goes into what he teaches. With Kasey’s professional background he is able to teach his kids the same things I myself am learning throughout my young professional career.
St. Louis Cardinals Organization
I have known Kasey Since he was baseball player at SRJC. I was also fortunate enough to manage him when he was a minor league player in the Florida Marlins Organization. We won a AA championship together and he was a huge part of a very special team that included numerous future Major League players. because of Kasey’s work ethic, perseverance and “grind it out” mentality, he enjoyed a great professional baseball career that took him all over the world. Kasey’s light hearted personality and charisma is infectious and he is a natural leader. I recommend anyone and everyone to work with Kasey as his passion and knowledge of baseball is unparalleled.
Baltimore Orioles Manager
I have known Kasey for close to a decade. Everyone knows of his experience with MLB organizations. I think something that gets under appreciated is his experience in international baseball. Being able to adapt and compete with and against different cultures. Being able to communicate and excel with different people and have them understand who you are is a huge component of teaching. You cant explain the same thing to every kid. You have to be able to understand each individual and understand how he/she processes things. Kasey has a great ability to relate to so many different people of all ages.