OTTAWA – As part of Baseball Canada’s continuous efforts to provide coach education to our members, we are pleased to announce our third “Monday Hot Stove” session - an interactive gathering of coaches in a relaxed online environment with a subject matter expert.
On Monday April 6th at 8pm ET we are thrilled to welcome San Francisco Giants coach Kai Correa as our guest.
Kai’s assent to the big leagues as a coach has been nothing short of remarkable having entered the professional ranks as a coach in the Cleveland Indians’ system in 2016 before being named to the big league staff as bench coach with the San Francisco Giants prior to 2020 spring training.
Known for his teachings on the defensive aspects of the game, Correa is a sought after off-season instructor having previously taught at the Baseball Canada High Performance Seminar among other coaching clinics and conventions. In addition to his duties as bench coach with the Giants, Correa with be an infield and base running instructor.
Registration is free of charge and coaches can register by hitting “Clinics” via their personal account on nccp.baseball.ca.
The Hot Stove will be one hour long and will get 1 PD point to each certified coach. Please note the session will be in English but a moderator will be present to help with any questions in French.
The Hot Stove is open to 100 coaches only so it’s first come first served. Register NOW and you will receive all details on how to join.
Miss our first two Monday Hot Stove sessions?
You can view them below:
JEFF KRUSHELL – March 23
DEREK JOHNSON – March 30