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Clinics and Camps
Dec 26 - 28 / Dec 31 & Jan 2 - 3
2018 Holiday Training and Pitching Camp
Dec 26 & 28 / Dec 31, Jan 2, Jan 4
2018 Youth Holiday Training Camp
Classes and Private Lessons I have known Jim Wagner for over 20 years. During this time, I have grown to have the upmost respect
for him. He is truly a man on a mission. I have watched him train many students, including both of my
sons. His evaluation of talent, comes from a position of knowledge equity. Jim Wagner trains in the art
of pitching, this is simply his gift. Jim looks at the individual and truly develops his/her talent, and
maintains a passionate desire, to help each individual based on his/her talents.
Jim truly runs the TZAcademy with passion and professionalism. His knowledge of the game,
from the physical aspect to the mental pre-game preparation, is outstanding. The art of pitching is more
than throwing a ball. Jim, challenges his students, to be more than a thrower, but a pitcher. With the
plethora of specialty pitching coaches in So Cal, Jim will always be at the top of my list.
Fran Judge, Valencia CA
Classes and Private Lessons Jim, I know that if it weren’t for you and your commitment to both Theo and Bobby, they would not have had the successes that they’ve enjoyed over the years. From day one at Meadow’s Park, I’ve always trusted you and believed in what you do. We (Santa Clarita) are very lucky and fortunate to have you looking out for our young pitchers. Continued success to you!
Also, I asked Bobby and he would like to continue with your program in November and of course he would not miss it for anything, so please count him “IN”. Last year, with your program, his arm was in prefect ready shape and he didn’t miss a game or practice due to injury. I attribute his success to the fact that he consistently kept his arm conditioned through participating in your program. I would say off the top of my head that he might have been the only pitcher who did not suffer from some type of injury last year!
Thank you for all that you do for our boys in keeping them safe and injury free!
Elite Pitcher’s Boot Camp “Thanks for putting on such a fantastic camp. It was very well organized, and the wealth of information that Ron and Brent brought to the table was truly mind-boggling. It was definitely worth the long drive up to Santa Clarita (the drive home was actually a very quick 2 hours!!), and I know that Jonathan got a lot out of it. I’ve tried to teach him that pitching is really a life-long learning process, and that he needs to continually strive to expose himself to new ideas and techniques in order to keep growing as a pitcher. The Boot Camp this past weekend was the perfect example of that, and we’ve had a lot of conversations since we got home about all the things he learned. So it definitely had the desired impact!”
Michael Meyers (Father of Jonathan, who currently plays at Clemson University)
Classes and Private Lessons There’s not a more conscientious Pitching Instructor in Southern California. From his generous and supportive approach, to his relentless pursuit of the most cutting edge training and arm care protocols, Jim Wagner is exceptional in every way. He helped my son become a more athletic and explosive pitcher, all the while encouraging his love for the game. Beyond all of this, he gave my son a gift that transcends baseball. He taught him a work ethic. Jim Wagner gave my son an understanding of what is required for those who pursue excellence
– Doug Savant
Classes and Private Lessons “Even though Cade’s leg was hurting and Coach Randy was down and out because it looked like Cade was not going to be able to pitch, we got to the bottom of the 6th inning holding onto 1 run lead. Randy asked Cade if he could get the batter out for him. Cade’s eyes lit up and said “Yes, let me pitch to him”.
Anyways, Cade kind of limped out to the mound, took a few warm-up pitches and faced the batter.
Four pitches later, all fast and at the plate, he jumped off the mound with his first save!
It was unbelieveable, four great, hard, accurate pitches and the game was over. Coach Randy called Cade the Closer. He asked Cade if he was nervous. Cade said, “Not really. I just planned on throwing strikes!”
Was an exciting night for a proud mom and dad, too. Jim, thanks and keep up the good work. We appreciate the
confidence you are building. It will always mean more than his ability to pitch. Thanks!”