Home to the Eastside Huskies Baseball Club
Brad Peterson Baseball Academy is an instructional program for youth baseball based in Kirkland, Wa. Our students come from all over the Puget Sound area, primarily from the Eastside of Seattle.
We feature individual and group lessons, seasonal baseball camps and clinics, and we are the home of the Eastside Huskies Baseball Club, 9U and 15U Koufax League select teams.
Please contact us to find out how we can help your player.
Seeking Coaches for the Eastside Huskies Baseball Club
The Eastside Huskies Baseball club is expanding its 9u-15u select baseball organization. We are looking for coaches to help us impact the kids in our program. Our coaches are responsible for:
- Teaching every pitch.
- Developing our players.
- Making sure the kids have a positive experience!
Most of our coaches are former players from our program, players from Interlake and Bellevue High School, or former teammates of Troy Peterson. We are welcoming any coach with extensive experience and want to learn, grow and improve.
Please contact Brad Peterson at email@example.com.
All positions are paid positions.
10u Huskies made it to the Championship game of the Summer Slam Celebration. Congrats Boys, great work!
Interested in Joining the Eastside Huskies Baseball Club?
See the Tryout Schedule Here.
The Brad Peterson Baseball Academy offers private instruction in pitching, hitting, and fielding skills.
Improve your abilities in order to maximize performance on the field, excel to the All-Star team, and increase enjoyment of the game.
I wanted to write and let you know how much your clinics in January and February helped Jack. Many have commented on his confidence level and of course the improvement in skills.
I learned the most about baseball the year I played for Brad when I was 14.
Jacco learned so much! He had 2 baseball practices last week, and the coaches were asking, where he had learned to play like that! Thanks for the great camp.
Our son Jack (12 years old) took pitching lessons from Brad Peterson this winter. Brad’s instructional techniques were excellent and Jack was motivated to practice the techniques himself after the instructions.