Champion League Baseball Camp was established in Seattle in 2012, as a developmental, youth baseball training series aiming to improve players in every aspect of the game. We provide summer camps, winter training, and private lessons for both boy and girl baseball players that are ages 9-18. Drawing attendees from all over the area, we accommodate well to all skill levels working with a goal to find the perfect balance between instruction, involvement, competition and fun. CLBC offers a premium baseball training series with coaches committed to players improving as well as having a positive experience.
We are proud to have consistently practiced community outreach since our establishment - providing scholarships that allow players to attend who would not otherwise have been able to afford it. All of our coaches and volunteers have passed background checks, and we are sure to hand pick a staff that supports and works toward our mission.
CLBC's mission is to inspire youth to envision their potential then strive to reach it, not only within themselves but also in their teammates and peers, creating a league of champions.
Champion League Baseball Camp accomplishes this mission by creating a safe, congenial environment that gives players both individualized instruction as well as a team experience, all with plenty of positive reinforcement.
Our values are qualities we hope to develop in our players both in baseball and in life. Whether doing our summer camps, winter training, or private lessons, we push our players to strive for these values in hopes through our work together they develop these characteristics over time.
Hustle- we encourage our players to develop a strong work ethic, to move with a sense of purpose and to be resilient in the face of adversity.
Passion - we encourage our players to play the game with passion by demonstrating that they're presently engaged, positively enthusiastic and committed to growth.
Sportsmanship - we encourage our players to always strive to be kind and respectful and to play the game in a way that builds relationships with both teammates and opponents."
Sign up today to guarantee a spot in one of our 2017 training sessions!
Fridays from 4:30-6:00 || September 22nd - October 27th
Hosted at Athletic Form ||1031 6th Ave S Seattle WA 98134
Our summer camps have a fun, all-inclusive environment, where all-star players and newcomers alike can practice through various developmental drills, quality coaching, as well as live game scrimmages.
All for a great value, our summer camps include:
Champion League Baseball Camp’s winter training provides high quality group workouts meeting twice a week for two months prior to the season. With an engaged and knowledgable coaching staff, we’ll work to identify and address the best ways for each player to improve over the course of our winter training. Combining quality coaching, a strategic training program and a professional facility all for a great value, Champion League Baseball Camp’s Winter Training will insure each player goes into their season with the added confidence and momentum to make it a successful one.
Curran guarantees every player he works with will improve their skills and become a better baseball player. His number one goal is to help players reach their full athletic potential through focus, dedication, and a positive attitude. Curran brings a tremendous amount of passion and energy to his coaching which helps instill in his players a growth mindset, where talent can be improved through hard work.
All lessons are one hour.
|Player to Coach Ratio||1 Lesson||4 Lessons||8 Lessons|
|2:1 Lesson||$30 per player||$115 per player||$225 per player|
|3:1 Lesson||$25 per player||$90 per player||$125 per player|
Call or text (206) 409-2823 to book a lesson.
“There are certain core, mechanical aspects that I like to focus on with each player depending on their skill level and goals, but for the most part I like those that I coach to endorse a simple approach, focusing on what they know they’re capable of working towards and can contribute to a team. Whether training a talented high school player who wants reps, or a young beginner who’s learning the basics, I am effective in getting players to believe in their ability to develop and compete at a higher level. I’m a great fit as a coach for any player who’s hungry to improve, learn, and work hard in pursuit of what they plan to achieve.”
Since 2012, Curran has been coaching baseball year-round in the Seattle community. Facilitating both individual and group lessons, coaching teams, doing team clinics and running camps, he has developed a coaching methodology that improves baseball player’s skills, confidence, and knowledge of the game.
Curran grew up playing Seattle PONY Baseball and moved on in high school to Magnolia Baseball Club and the Washington Brewers Baseball Club. He graduated from O’Dea High School in 2010, where he helped the Fighting Irish baseball team win back-to-back state championships in 2009 and 2010. He went on to play club baseball for the University of Montana. Since returning home to Seattle, coaching and mentoring athletes has been an integral part of his life. Curran has a talent for connecting with the players he coaches, which builds a strong foundation for personalizing their training to further develop their skills.
– Coaching private lessons year-round since the beginning of 2013 working with over 100 players up to date
– Coaching, organizing and managing the 2014, 2015, and 2016 Champion League Baseball Camp
– Coaching, organizing and managing Champion League Baseball Camp’s Winter Training 2017
– Assistant coach for the Seattle RBI team’s 2017 Winter Training
– Assistant coach for Rijo Athletics’ 2016 Fall Ball training program
– Assistant coach for the 2015-2016 Columbia City Reds’ Winter Training
– Head Coach for the 2014 Seattle Redhawks U14 undefeated Fall Ball team
– Assistant coach for the 2014 Seattle Redhawks U14 Summer team
“I highly recommend Curran Lyons’ baseball camp. The hands-on instruction combined with a low coach to player ratio allows for improvement in a short amount of time.”
– John Ray-Keil
Seattle PONY Baseball
“The first thing that I admired about Curran was how he and the staff made the young Baseball players feel excited about learning, while having an awesome time! Coming from Seattle Central LL, it was a great way for Jamaica to meet new friends in our Seattle Baseball community.”
– Jamala Myres
Seattle Central Little League
“Great mix of instruction and fun by some outstanding, experienced coaches. Our son had an amazing experience with Curran, we will return next summer for sure!”
– Allison Reed
Rainier District Little League
“Isaac really enjoyed the camp. Curran keeps all the kids involved with a variety of drills including some exercises just for fun like ultimate baseball. The biggest benefit is lots of actual game playing with live pitching and major league rules.”
– Gary Wortzel
West Seattle Little League
“Our son had a great experience at Champion League Baseball Camp. Coach Curran and the other coaches were great with the kids and very knowledgeable of the game. I was impressed with the instructional aspect and appreciated the coaches allowing the kids to play fun games that allowed them to just be kids. I recommend CLBC for any parent looking for a camp that will set up their kids game with a solid coaching staff that meets them at their level.”
– Shana Abner
Seattle PONY Baseball
“My 12 year old ball player said that Champion League Baseball Camp was great. He had a lot of fun, and he learned a lot. His baseball skills were noticeably improved. And you can’t beat the convenient location!”
– Kathleen Pape
Seattle Central Little League
“Curran is fantastic! Our son has taken private lessons and attended his summer baseball camp and we couldn’t be more pleased. Curran’s positive attitude, knowledge of the game, and ability to connect with the kids makes him a wonderful instructor. He also makes it a lot of fun!”
– Bryan Haworth
Seattle PONY Baseball
Walt Cougan – Seattle University Baseball Alumni. Boys of Summer Baseball Club. – Email
Monte Kohler – Carrol College Football Alumni. O’Dea High School Athletic Director and Head Football Coach. – Email
Pete Wilkinson – University of Southern California Baseball Alumni. Wilkinson Sports and Life Performance. – Email
All applicable baseball gear, a hat, a packed lunch and water. In case of warm weather, wearing shorts instead of baseball pants is okay.
Is food provided / When is lunch?
9-12 Age Group: Lunch is not provided so you will need to send a lunch with your camper. Lunch is from 12:00-12:30 for both week 1 and week 2. Snacks will be offered as well.
12-14 Age Group: Lunch is not provided so you will need to send a lunch with your camper. Lunch is from 12:00-12:30. Snacks will be offered as well.
Are there scholarships available?
Yes, there are scholarships available. Please contact (206) 409-2823 in advance for more information.
Send an email for more information.