POWER Offering Baseball Lessons

Lessons Now Available from the Palm Springs POWER

Lead Instructor – Casey Dill
Casey is currently the Field Manager of the Palm Springs POWER Baseball Club that has won nine total league championships and has seen over 100 players get drafted and signed by Major League Baseball Organizations.  He is Associate Scout with the Atlanta Braves, covering Southern California High School and College baseball and independent professional baseball. He is a graduate of the Major League Baseball Scout School and has worked in player procurement at different levels of professional baseball over the past five years, helping build three championship rosters. He has worked as a Field Manager in professional and summer collegiate baseball for nine years, earning an overall record of 371-220 and four league championships. He has also coached at Chico State University, New Mexico Highlands University and Harris-Stowe State University. Dill has earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Columbia College. Casey primarily works with all position players and hitters.


Pitching Instructor – Steve Sitter
Steve is currently the lead pitching instructor of the Palm Springs POWER Baseball Club. He has a long history with baseball, both on and off the field. Sitter began his collegiate playing career at Yuba College, a junior college out of Marysville, CA. He went on to transfer to Columbia Union University where he earned NCAA Division II All-American honors, an All-Tournament team selection and a Player of the Game award during the conference tournament. He also earned an ICAA Player of the Week honor, as well as being named a first team All-ICAA selection, and set his college’s records for saves in a season and pickoffs in a season.
After college, Steve went on to play one season of independent professional baseball where he helped lead his team to the league’s championship game.



1 hour lesson: $65
1/2 hour lesson: $40

4 lesson package: $250

Call 760-778-4487 or email Casey at cdill@palmspringspowerbaseball.com for more information.

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