WAILUKU - Kurt Suzuki saw himself about 210 times - and two decades or so ago - over six hours on Saturday at Maehara Stadium.
The Kurt Suzuki All-Pono Baseball Clinic drew that many Maui youngsters and it would have been something Suzuki would have eaten up as a baseball-enthralled keiki.
"It's special, you see all the excitement in the air right now, you can kind of feel it walking into the stadium, yeah?" said Suzuki, a 2001 Baldwin High School graduate. "Being able to have all of my best friends that I grew up with, coaches that I had coming up help out and support, it makes everything that much more special." READ MORE >
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Aloha, On behalf of Kurt Suzuki& his family along with the All Pono organization, thank you for attending the 2nd Annual Kurt Suzuki-All Pono Baseball Clinic on Saturday, January 12th. We hope that everyone enjoyed themselves while learning from Kurt Suzuki and the Coaches too. Just know that Kurt enjoyed meeting everyone and he was glad to see such a wonderful turn out for the Clinic. Truly a wonderful day! As mentioned previously, John Henry of John Henry Photography was our Clinic photographer. Here is the link to the photos on the website.
You can contact him directly to place your order for any of the Clinic photos. The instructions are on his website. Please also watch for our Mahalo ad that will be printed in the Wednesday, January 23rd issue of The Maui News.
Thank you again for contributing to the success of the Clinic!