For most, the winter sport season is starting to ramp up with intensity. With that said, Estevan Minor Baseball is giving those interested in the sport one last chance to learn some new skills and have some fun before the snow gets here.
"It's just a bit of extra time on the field," explained Southeast Twins Head Coach Blaine Kovach. "We go through the proper mechanics for each individual aspect of the game. Just try to have fun and extend the baseball season a little bit, a lot of kids get into the hockey mode and lots don't, it's just a way for them to continue on with what they learnt in the summer time."
The coach also had a piece of advice for those who may be on the fence about coming.
"Don't be afraid to come on out. It's the perfect time, you're not trying to make a team and you're not getting evaluated on anything, you're just out there to have fun and get some instruction along the way."
"It's quite fun cause we get to throw on the lights at Lynne Prime, and a lot of the younger kids may have not played under the lights before."
Mosquito to midget aged kids are welcomed to come to the session on Monday night starting at 6:00 at Lynne Prime Park in Estevan.