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BLE Baseball News Blog

“Ask a Coach” now launched!

“Ask a Coach” now launched!

Big League Experience is excited to offer players of all ages and abilities and coaches the opportunity to ask BLE owner and scout for the Milwaukee Brewers, Marty Lehn questions regarding baseball. Each week, Marty will pick a question and he or one of the Big League Experience staff will answer it in the “Ask a Coach” section of the BLE website.


Need help, not sure which way to turn, send in your question to  and it may be selected and answered on the website. Please note, only the questions that are selected will be answered by Marty or one of the Big League Experience staff.

Send your question to and title it “Ask A Coach”.

Written by Marty Lehn

The Big League Experience Baseball Camp is one of the longest running, and most notable residential baseball camps in North America. Under the direction of Washington State Hall of Fame player Dale Parker, and Oliver resident Don Coy, the camp was brought to fruition in 1960. For the past 14 years the camp has been directed by Milwaukee Brewer’s scout and Team Canada coach Marty Lehn, and former professional baseball player and Team Canada member Colin Dixon.

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