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Menlo College Baseball Coaches Clinic

All Coaches

Location: Menlo College Baseball Field, Atherton, CA

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Clinic Description


Coaches receive: Coaches lesson clinic, lunch

Equipment to bring: Athletic attire, glove. Bats, balls, water will be provided.


Objective: Share knowledge of how to run practices as a team and by individual positions for the different levels.

About: Practice is the most important part in preparing a championship team or player. This is a clinic for COACHES and PARENTS who are looking to learn different practice routines and drills in order to run a productive practice. 

This clinic will involve lectures of how and why certain drills are done. It will also involve hands on drills that coaches will be performing during the clinic. The clinic will involve hitting, pitching, infield, outfield, catching, and base running. 

All instruction will come from the Menlo Coaching Staff. 
Jake McKinley, Menlo College Head Coach, Pitching Coach
Trevor Paine, Hitting Coach
Dane Fujinaka, Catching Coach

Clinic Check-in: 9:00 AM

Meals: lunch will be provided at the end of the clinic

Contact Information


Head Coach Jake McKinley at (650) 543-3766 or 
Assistant Coach Dane Fujinaka at (808) 230-6036 or 

Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

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Welcome to San Mateo Little League American

Welcome to San Mateo Little League American! For over 55 years we have brought the great game of baseball to the youth of the San Mateo and Burlingame. Every year we have approximately 600 players swinging bats, throwing & catching balls, making new friends, seeing old friends and keeping Trinta Park filled with the neighbors in our communities - enjoying one of our nation's favorite pastimes. We are proud of the tradition SMLLA continues each Spring and will work hard to make sure it endures well into the future for our neighborhoods. SMLLA is chartered under the Little League Inc. of Williamsport, P.A. and is subject to all rules and regulations contained in their Official Rule Book. 

2016 SMLLA District 52 All Stars

Congratulations to the 2016 SMLLA District All Star Teams! 



One of SMLLA’s long time families has experienced a life changing medical condition and needs some assistance in covering unexpected medical expenses.  Andrew Vanisi, a member of SMLLA’s 2003 District 52 Championship Team and the brother of Junior Gudino, a member of SMLLA’s 2014 District 52 Championship Team and current player in the Majors Division, has been diagnosed with cancer.  The resulting financial burdens on this family are significant and they would appreciate any assistance that you can provide.  If you would like to assist, please click on the following link.

All of our thoughts and prayers are with the Vanisi/Gudino Family.

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Note: The City of San Mateo does post when they close all fields. We have the permits for Trinta Park and the City knows how much time and effort that we put into the fields. They have graciously let SMLLA determine if a game should or should not be played based on field conditions. They are keenly aware that SMLLA would not do anything to compromise the integrity of our beloved fields.