HS Players – Hit With MLB Player Patrick Kivlehan This Winter

ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY PLAYERS! Want to take your hitting to a higher level this coming season? Train at Professional Baseball Instruction this winter with Pittsburgh Pirates OF/1B Patrick Kivlehan. Patrick will be working with high school varsity hitters this winter for 11 Thursdays … [Read more...]

PBI’S Grand Reopening Lineup

Professional Baseball Instruction is thrilled to announce the details on our Grand Reopening! After well over a decade in our old location, we're settling in at our new setting - inside NJ Sports House located at 12 Wright Way in Oakland NJ. We have a full lineup of activities at our new … [Read more...]

Open Workouts For High School Baseball Players

With February coming on fast, it’s important for high school players to get their work in before Friday March 3rd, the start of the high school baseball season. Professional Baseball Instruction wants to be certain that all of our players are ready to compete for a spot on the team and then compete … [Read more...]

PBI’s Patrick Kivlehan Makes Historic MLB Debut

When you get a call in the middle of the night, it's not always good news. So when you're in a Salt Lake hotel room at 1:30 in the morning and the phone rings.... That was the scenario for Professional Baseball Instructor Patrick Kivlehan, who found himself getting called up to the major … [Read more...]

Meet PBI’s Major League Baseball Connections

Professional Baseball Instruction's Major League Baseball connections go deep. PBI owner Doug Cinnella came up through the ranks of the Baltimore Orioles, Montreal Expos and New York Mets organizations playing for and with the likes of Felipe Alou, Clint Hurdle, Randy Johnson, Todd Hundley, … [Read more...]

PBI Pro Tips #4 – youth sport specialization

It's one of the current hot-button issues in youth sports - should athletes specialize in just one sport at an early age? Current studies link early specialization - to the exclusion of other sports - to an increase in throwing arm injuries. Baseball Health Network founder Steve Hayward, PBI's … [Read more...]