Bradley Baseball Academy specializes in instructing
kids on how to play the game of baseball properly.
Do you dream about using your skills on the baseball diamond to land a college scholarship offer? Or, have you already...
There are many baseball camps that you can attend in the area. However, we like to think that Bradley Baseball Academy offers the...
Developing Student Athletes In A Positive And Family Oriented Environment.
Welcome to Bradley Baseball Academy
Baseball is one of the most amazing sports that this country has to offer. By playing it, young kids, teenagers, and even adults can learn a great deal about themselves and the world. However, in order to get the best experience possible with the sport, you need to learn how to play it from those who know and love it most. Here at Bradley Baseball Academy, we eat, sleep, and breathe baseball and can offer everything from coaching to college advising in Washington, DC. We want you to love baseball as much as we do!
Bradley Baseball Academy, which was founded by former Gonzaga baseball player Andy Bradley, has a team of qualified coaches and trainers to help young players learn more about the game of baseball. We do our best to teach specific aspects of the sport as well as the life lessons that you can learn through it. Specifically, we want kids to believe in themselves, be positive, trust in their ability, and learn the value of practice when they study the sport with us. We also want them to have fun on the field.
If you live in the area and you either want to find out what makes baseball so great or improve your skills as a player so that you can play college or professional baseball one day, we welcome the chance to work with you. We know that we can teach you everything that you need to know at Bradley Baseball Academy, and you will learn valuable life lessons. We are dedicated to “Developing Student Athletes In A Positive And Family Oriented Environment.” Reach out to us today to schedule your first session.
Bradley Baseball Academy
2647 41st NW #1
Washington, DC 20007
Telephone: (301) 502-5769