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CAPITAL CITY
BASEBALL KINGDOM

Private Lessons • Cage Rentals • Indoor Turf Rentals • Hitting Leagues

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Former Western Michigan and MLB pitcher, Pat Misch, will host a pitching specific camp. This camp will include an understanding of pitching mechanics and movements, specific drill work, and how to attain the most from your body to achieve consistent success on the mound. Camp admission also includes a valuable Q&A session with the former big leaguer. Misch made his Major League Debut with the San Francisco Giants on September 21, 2006. In his first Major League start against the San Diego Padres on August 4, 2007, Misch’s teammate Barry Bonds put him in the Hall of Fame by hitting home run #755 to tie Hank Aaron. He earned his first win with the New York Mets in 2009 against the Colorado Rockies. In 2015, Misch headed to Taiwan and added his name to the record books by throwing the first ever Game 7 no-hitter in the history of baseball anywhere to clinch the Taiwan World Series for the Lamigo Monkeys. He also started games 1&4 and got an 8th inning hold in game 6. Earlier that year he won the Puerto Rico Championship with the Santurce Cangrejeroes. Over parts of six Major League seasons with the Giants and Mets, Misch has a career 4.80 ERA in 200 plus innings. He has made 24 starts, pitching one complete game shutout and also recorded a 10 strikeout performance against the Washington Nationals. He has been an All-Star in AA and AAA and received the Most Valuable Pitcher Award in 2004 and 2010. In 2004, he set records for the Norwich Navigators with 3 complete game shutouts and most consecutive batters retired(20). During his time at Western Michigan, Misch earned four baseball monograms, was co-captain in 2002&2003, and All-Mac (2nd team) in 2002. He holds records for most strikeouts in a game(19&16), #2 in strikeouts per season, and #2 in strikeouts per career. He played two summer seasons(2001&2002) in the Cape Cod Baseball League averaging a 1.54 ERA and striking out 90 batters in 92 innings. In 2002, he was drafted in the 5th round by the Houston Astros, but returned to WMU to get closer to his degree. In 2003, he was drafted in the 7th round and signed with the San Francisco Giants.


You don’t have to swing hard to hit a home run. If you got the timing, it’ll go.
— Yogi Berra

OUR STORY
 

Learn more about Capital City Baseball Kingdom and the man behind the vision.

FACILITIES
 

A 25,000 square foot training facility dedicated to ball players looking to perfect their craft.  

COACHES
 

Our coaches consistently show up to ensure your goals are being met with proper techniques and fundamentals.

 
 

Hitting Leagues

Want to get the most out of the off season?  Look at Capital City Baseball Kingdom's Hitting Leagues.  A great way for an individual, or a team to continue to practice when the competition is taking a break.

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Hall of Fame

We're proud of the players who have worn the Capital City Baseball Kingdom jersey, or who have taken lessons with our staff.  We've decided to dedicate a section of our site to those players who have taken their talents to the next level.  Stay up-to-date on where past Kings are playing now.

 
 

Testimonials

Wonder what all the hype is about?  Don't take our word for it.  We've provided some testimonials of past alumni to give you an unbiased look at Capital City Baseball Kingdom.

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Pricing

At Capital City Baseball Kingdom, we understand that every family has other expenses in their daily lives.  That is why we offer individual, group, and family pricing packages.  Our ultimate goal is the success of our players and we make sure that is at the forefront of every decision we make.

 
 

Drop us a Line 

Ready to make the commitment, or have addition questions?  We'd love to hear them.  Send us a general inquire by filling out the below form.

 
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