We offer private lessons and training programs from quality instructors (See Below).

Lesson Prices

Half Hour Lesson - $40

One Hour Lesson - $75

We offer a variety of lessons, the most popular being Hitting for both
Baseball and Softball and Baseball Pitching.

We offer fielding, catching and throwing lessons for both softball and baseball.


Norm. Cost
4 (1 Hour) Lessons
8 (1 Hour) Lessons
10 (1 Hour) Lessons
12 (1 Hour) Lessons

*Each 1 Hour lesson can be broken down into half hour lessons.




Chris Gay

Chris Gay

We offer private lessons and training programs from quality instructors like Chris Gay who played at Newman Smith High School in Carrollton. His Senior year he went 12 and 1 with a 0.67 E.R.A., was named the Districts M.V.P. and also hit .387 with 6 home runs.  Chris then pitched at the University of Texas at Arlington and won 10 games his Senior year, was named The Southland Conferences Pitcher of the year and was named to the First Team All Regional team before being drafted by The Chicago White Sox. Chris Spent 2 and 1/2 seaons with the White Sox where he got as high as double A.  In 1993 he was 7-2 with a 1 .69 E.R.A. in The Gulf Coast League. He started Cover All Bases in 1998 and has giving lessons and coached the Arlington Heat since then. His reputation in the area is one of good moral standings and truly loves teaching baseball to kids.  Chris resides in Mansfield with his wife Kim and three kids, Kristen, Christopher, and Kaitlyn.

Hitting, Pitching, Fielding, Catching, Softball Hitting.

Danny Slinkman

2007 (Junior) at UT-Arlington
.333-1-28...appeared in 44 games with 38 coming in the starting lineup...made 22 starts in left field and 14 at designated hitter...ranked second on the team in average, while tying for the team lead with 28 RBIs...recorded 18 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games...went 2-for-3 and drove in a pair of runs in the home opener against Louisiana Tech...had seven two-hit contests over a nine-game stretch from Feb. 22-Mar. 11...went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored in the middle game against Sam Houston State...delivered his only home run and drove in three runs in the middle game against UTSA...tied season-high with three RBIs at TCU.

2006 (Sophomore)
.290-3-24...appeared in 50 games on the season with 44 starts...delivered a pinch-hit two-run single to tie the game against Oral Roberts...delivered another two run single in his next at-bat in that game...delivered a two-run single off the bench against Washington...went 3-for-3 with three runs scored in the conference opener against Northwestern State...collected two hits in three straight games...went 4-for-5 with two home runs, six RBIs and five runs scored in a victory over McNeese State...hit a solo home run in the series finale against Southeastern Louisiana...went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored against Dallas Baptist.

High School
Played his prep ball at Martin High School...earned second team all-district laurels as an outfielder afer earning first team honors as a shortstop...member of the National Honor Society and A-B honor roll...member of Who's Who Among American High School Students and Who's Who Among American High School Athletes.


Hitting, Pitching, Fielding.

Brian Elliott

Brian played baseball at Pantego High School where he was a two time All-State Seleciton.  He also lead his team to back to back District titles as well as one State Title.  He then went to play at Northlake Junior College for two years before moving on to East Texas Baptist University.  In '09 and '10 Brian played outfield for the Tigers as well as pitched.  He has been doing lessons at Cover All Bases since 2010.

Hitting, Pitching, Fielding, Catching

Matt Thompson

Matt went to Grace Preparatory Academy in Arlington, Texas where he was awarded All-District and All-State honors. After signing with TCU, the Texas Rangers picked him up in the seventh round of the 2008 MLB draft. During his 5 1/2 years with the Rangers, he earned South Atlantic League All Star honors in 2010, was ranked as a top prospect in their minor league system, and was fifth in strikeouts in the South Atlantic League with 130.


Hitting, Pitching, Fielding

Chad Comer

Chad is a former catcher in the Atlanta Braves organziation, 4 year letter winner at UT-Arlington where he was nominated for the Johnny Bench award and former Mansfield Tiger where he caught Jordan Walden of the Braves and Mark Cohoon of the NY Mets.




Hitting, Catching, Fielding

Michael Miller

Michael is currently catching in the San Diego Padres organization.  He also played 3 years at Dallas Baptist University before getting drafted and player at Mansfield High School previously. 



Hitting, Catching, Fielding, Ptiching