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Met's Brett Baty gives advice to LI youth baseball players at clinic

The opportunity to pass his knowledge to elementary school students brought Mets third baseman Brett Baty to All Sportz in Melville on Monday, where 130 children took part in the Brett Baty baseball clinic. “It’s awesome to be able to help out little kids,” Baty said. “My mom was an elementary school principal, so I’ve always loved helping out the elementary school kids.”As Baty made his way to the front of the crowd of K-6 graders, chants of “Brett” and “Let’s go Mets” could be heard throughout the venue.
The children participated in drills, receiving tips from Baty along the way. Each group participated in a brief Q and A with Baty, before making their way over to their next station. “I’m just telling them what I learned at their age, get in front of the ball and use two hands,” Baty said. “At this age it is pretty simple, you’ve got to catch the baseball and field it.” The clinic was organized by Pioneer Sports and the Massapequa PAL. Pioneer Sports runs youth clinics throughout New York, working with various professional New York sports teams. 
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Met's Francisco Alverez already love thrill of Subway Series

Francisco Alvarez got his first taste of the Subway Series last month at Citi Field when the Mets and Yankees split two games, and it has only whetted his appetite. The Mets catcher and NL Rookie of the Year candidate is looking forward to going head-to-head with the Yankees again Tuesday and Wednesday at the Stadium.
“The two New York teams facing each other and the excitement in the two fan sides is great,” Alvarez said through an interpreter. “I’ve never been in a playoff game, but I’d have to [imagine] it would be like that.”

Alvarez, who already has made an impression on teammates and manager Buck Showalter with his fastidious preparation, spent a couple of hours Monday giving pointers and high-fives to 180 grade-schoolers at a brball clinic run by the Massapequa PAL at the Lou Anthony Sports Complex. In previous summers, the PAL welcomed Met Edwin Diaz and Yankee Nestor Cortes.
“I wanted to share an experience with this community and am really happy to be here,” Alvarez said. “I like watching people play brball . . . I tell them always to play hard and play with your heart.”
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Mets catcher Francisco Alverez coaches up local kids at Massapequa camp

A sea of boys and girls took to the grounds at the Lou Anthony Sports Complex in Massapequa for a baseball clinic on Monday night, but this wasn’t just an ordinary clinic.

They were there to learn about baseball from Mets rookie catcher Francisco Alvarez.

“I feel great,” said Alvarez through his interpreter. “I feel blessed to be here with the kids, delivering joy to everyone and happy to be here.”

Those kids, decked out in blue jerseys with “Massapequa PAL” on the front and “Alvarez 4” on the back, had the opportunity to meet Alvarez, get some batting and catching tips, and also take home an autographed picture.
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Long Island's Own Jeremy Ruckert gives back to the community with youth football camp

Growing up a Jets fan on Long Island, Jeremy Ruckert relished the opportunity to go to football camps and to be able to get the chance to meet NFL players.
His dream was to one day play for the Jets and that was a dream that came true when the former Lindenhurst High School star was taken by the Jets in the third round of last year’s NFL Draft following his collegiate career at Ohio State.

Ruckert certainly hasn’t forgotten where he comes from and he knows that there are other kids like him growing up on Long Island with the same dreams he had. With the desire to give back to his community, Ruckert was back on Long Island Sunday to do a football camp at the Lou Anthony Sports Complex in Massapequa. The event, attended by more than 130 boys and girls, was presented by Pioneer Sports and the Massapequa PAL. 

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Pioneer Sports Has Partnered with the New York Jets

Pioneer Sports has partnered with the New York Jets to run youth football clinics all across Long Island including All Sportz in Melville, NY. Besides having fun, kids learn the fundamentals of football and develop their skills.
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Bob Nystrom Visits All Sportz in Melville

Former professional ice hockey right winger Bob Nystrom visits All Sportz in Melville, NY to meet fans and signs autographs.
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New York Mets closer Edwin Diaz teaches kids at Massapequa baseball clinic

New York Mets reliever Edwin Diaz visited a baseball clinic Monday in Massapequa. Aspiring players got the chance to train and play with the pro. Diaz says it was also a great experience for him. "We're here with the kids having fun, teaching them, giving some lessons," Diaz says. Mr. Met joined Diaz on the field before he spoke to the young players about how to take their talents to the next level.
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New York Mets First Baseman Daniel Vogelbach stops by Long Island youth baseball camp in Massapequa

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New York Mets slugger Daniel Vogelbach visits Massapequa baseball clinic to teach young players

New York Mets slugger Daniel Vogelbach visited the Massapequa PAL’s baseball clinic to teach some young players on Monday.The lucky players spent the day training with the renowned baseball star. “To be able to give back to the community - you know something I really enjoy is putting a smile on kids’ faces and I kind of pride myself on that every day and trying to be a good person,” he said. He also offered the players his best piece of advice; not to let anyone stop you from chasing your dreams.
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Play all type of sports at All Sportz in Melville

Whether you're a kid or an adult -- these hot summer days have been tough to deal with if you play sports outside. So how about a state of the art, climate controlled environment? In this Road Trip: Close to Home, News 12's Erin Colton takes us to All Sportz in Melville. All Sportz is Long Island's newest indoor, multi-sport complex for the ultimate sporting experience. Name a sport -- and they provide the environment for it.
One of the main attractions is dek hockey - it's hockey but on a court so if you can't skate - no problem.
Have you heard of gaga ball? It's the new craze - you'll find kids on a court all day - it's like dodgeball but the balls stay on the ground.
Pickleball is taking Long Island by storm! You can play on one of their three new pickleball courts.
And if your sport of the summer -- is training for your sport during the year -- All Sportz has an amazing turf field for speed and agility clinics. It's even used for camp and summer programs.One of the best parts of All Sportz -- you can come for any game -- or hold your kids’ next birthday party there. You can even join a year-round league.
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Yankees pitcher Nestor Cortes stops by LI youth baseball clinic in Massapequa

“Nasty” Nestor Cortes isn’t so nice to Big League hitters but he’s a sweetheart to children in the local community.

The Yankees All-Star pitcher spent his Thursday morning giving pointers and signing autographs for children in Massapequa’s Lou Anthony Sports Complex.It was all part of a baseball clinic hosted by the Nassau County PAL and organized by Pioneer Sports Events.

Greater Long Island TV‘s Starr Fuentes caught up with Cortes during the event. See her recap below. Scroll down for photos from the day.

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Yankees pitcher Nestor Cortes visits Massapequa PAL baseball clinic on Long Island

The Massapequa Police Activity League welcomed All-Star Yankees pitcher Nestor Cortes to their baseball clinic. Cortes and the young players spent Thursday morning going over drills and working on their pitching arms. “I’ve been playing baseball since I was 4 years old, so this brings back a lot of memories for me,” Cortes says. The whole town of Massapequa has rallied behind their hometown team as they are 200 miles away in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. “People care about where we are from and care about our hometown and they are rooting for us because it’s where they used to grow up as a kid,” says Liam St. George.
The Massapequa Coast Little League team needs all that support as they prepare for their game in the Little League World Series against Hawaii. Cortes, who knows about big games, had some advice for the boys. “I would tell them to have fun, enjoy the moment because 10-15 years down the road they’re always going to remember these moments and that I think that’s special for them,” Cortes says.
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