Spokane, WA - Spokane Indians Youth Baseball (SIYB) has been selected by MLB.com Digital Academy (MLBDA), the official online youth baseball instructional academy for Major League Baseball, as an inaugural Pro Partner for the 2014 Season. SIYB was one of 15 youth programs selected in the nation.
As a MLBDA Pro Partner, every player on every team in the league will receive a one-year membership to the Players Clubhouse, which includes an array of perks from articles, videos and a magazine subscription. Plus, each player will also receive a four-pack of myHits swing analysis which provides the opportunity for kids to compare their swing side-by-side to today's MLB stars.
"Being recognized as one of the top 15 youth programs in the nation is an unbelievable honor," said SIYB President Dana Richardson. "The benefits and perks that each youth player will receive is absolutely fantastic. It's consistent with the type of quality instruction our league provides its players."
In addition, every coach in the league will receive a one-year membership to the MLBDA Coaches Corner, an online resource center providing practice planners, instructional resources and team management capabilities.
Integration of MLBDA has already been completed within SIYB's website (www.SIYB.org) and includes access to the player and coach benefits on the top right of the home page. Coaches will be given player packets that include sign-up material for players to access the given content.
About the Indians
The Spokane Indians open the 2014 season on Friday, June 13th, against the Eugene Emeralds, and will be televised on SWX-TV.
The Spokane Indians would like to thank all of our fans for their support during the record-setting 2013 season. The Indians are the Short Season Class "A" affiliate for the Texas Rangers. Ticket packages are on sale now for the 2014 season, and start as low as $63. Click here for the 2014 schedule. Reserve your seats today by calling the Avista Stadium Ticket Office at (509) 343-OTTO (6886). Parking at all Spokane Indians games is FREE!
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