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Give your player the GIFT OF FIELDING this holiday! Coach Gould and LA Angels' Kenyon Yovan are offering a 3-day, 1-hour clinic in December to hone your player's fielding skills. Yovan began his baseball career with NWDS, was a two-time All American at University of Oregon and currently plays for the Los Angeles Angels. 


The clinic will focus on fundamentals such as pre-pitch prep, proper footwork, angles to the ball and other essential elements of good fielding. Your player will get an hour's worth of solid repetitive fielding the proper way. The cost for the 3-day camp is $75 (no single-day registration is offered). Space is limited to ensure players get individual instruction, so sign up early. See below for details and register online here. 


Ages 9-18U. 20 player max.


 Dec. 20-22



Ages 9-12u from 10a-11a

Ages 13-18u from 11a-12p




NWDS (19380 SW 90th Ct. Tualatin, OR)


Cost:  $75

 (no single-day registrations)



 played his high school ball at Forest Grove high school where he was an All State Utility Player. He went on to play College Baseball at Chemeketa Community College and Western Oregon Univerity. Since, Mychal has coached 10 years of high school baseball at Forest Grove, South Salem, Wilsonville & Jesuit. During that time Mychal has worked at Northwest Diamond Sports and is currently in his 9th year as an instructor. At Northwest Diamond Sports Mychal is in charge of travel team player development.

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Played High School Baseball at Westview High School. A four-year letterman and 2016 graduate of Westview High School … Named The Oregonian’s Brian T. Meehan Memorial Baseball Player of the Year as a senior … Given Player of the Year honors by USA Today as part of the 2016 All-USA Oregon Baseball Team … Also selected first-team 6A all-state … Named the Metro League Player of the Year.

Kenyon went on to play college baseball for the Oregon Ducks. Kenyon is the first player in school history to earn All-America honors as both a pitcher (2017) and a hitter (2020) … Finished 2020 season second all-time in saves (20) and tied for fifth in games finished (32).

After a stellar career at Oregon, Kenyon is currently playing with the Los Angeles Angels Organization.

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