The Cardinals Kids Clinic is coming to Quincy this Thursday and there are some awesome instructors and coaches coming.

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The clinic is open from ages 7 to 13 and is an opportunity to learn a few baseball fundamentals from former Cardinals players and coaches. The clinics will run from June 9 through July 21 with a stop in Quincy on Thursday, July 21 at Moorman Park from 12:30 to 5 pm. This year's instructors coming to Quincy include Scott Terry, Danny Cox, John Costello, Lonnie Maclin, Greg Mathews, and Pat Perry.

  • Scott Terry - was a pitcher for the Cardinals from 1987-1991
  • Danny Cox - pitched for the Cardinals from 1983-1988
  • John Costello - a relief pitcher for the Cardinals from 1988-1990
  • Lonnie Maclin - left fielder for the Cardinals for just one season in 1993
  • Greg Mathews -  pitched for the Cardinals from 1986-1988, & 1990
  • Pat Perry - pitched for the Cardinals from 1985-1987

All participants will receive a goodie bag which includes a Cardinals t-shirt, two tickets to a future Cardinals game, as well as pre-signed baseball cards from the instructors, and prize drawings for great Cardinals items. The cost for the camp is $95 per child and you can register now at cardinals.com/clinics.

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