March 4 - Ace Pitching & Arm Care, owned by Chris Giblin, has signed on as the magazine’s newest annual banner advertiser.
Operating out of its new facility in Lorton, the academy trains pitchers a the elementary, middle school, high school, collegiate and professional levels. Since being established in 2017, Ace has trained over 40 collegiate pitchers and three Major League Baseball Draft selections. The academy “is designed for the serious baseball player who wants to become an elite pitcher and strive to play at the next level” and has been certified as a premier Bio Mechanic pitching and arm care facility.
Giblin, who works as a federal law enforcement officer and as an associate scout with the Tampa Bay Rays, has served as the pitching coach of the Alexandria Aces of the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League and is in his first season as the pitching coach at South County after serving in the same capacity for several years at West Potomac.
For more information on the academy, visit its website at www.acepitchingac.com.
Ace Pitching & Arm Care becomes the ninth Northern Virginia-based training academy to join the magazine’s advertising team, joining Catchers U (Manassas), Competitive Edge (Woodbridge), Crozier’s 5-Tool Academy (Tyson’s Corner), Pitcher’s Edge (Vienna), Prime Time Baseball (Alexandria), R&D Baseball (Herndon), Rip City Sports & Fitness (South Riding) and the Shawn Camp Pitching Academy (Manassas).