Spring Camp


2018 Baseball BC Spring Break Camp

When: March 26-29, 2018

Time: 2 sessions

Morning Session from 9 am – 12 pm OR

Afternoon Session from 1 pm - 4 pm

Location: Fieldhouse at Langley Events Center

Age: 6-12 males and 6-14 females

Program Details:

With Spring Training right around the corner, get the jump with your baseball development at our Spring Break Baseball Development camp. Enjoy 4 days of baseball activities with every aspect of the game being covered; hitting, throwing, catching, fielding, running, and also some position specific development for pitchers, catchers, outfielders and infielders. We welcome players of all genders, different skill levels, and ages. From the new player who wants to try out baseball for the first time, to the experienced player that wants to work on some specific skills, we will have fun activities for all that register.

Our instructors will have played or coached at a high level of baseball and all have experience in coaching and instructing in a camp setting. They will look to develop the player’s skills in every aspect of the game while providing a safe and fun environment.

Because this is an indoor camp, please dress appropriately for a gym setting. The following is a list that each player will need to have with them for the camp:

  • Baseball glove
  • Bat (optional)
  • Running shoes
  • Food and drink (for snacks and lunch throughout the day)

If you have any inquiries about this camp, please contact Grass Roots Coordinator Shawn Schaefer by email or phone at the following

Email: shawn@baseball.bc.ca

Phone: 604-586-3310


2018 Spring Break Camp Events

Event Location Dates Cost Register
2018 Spring Break Camp - Morning Session 9 AM - 12 PM Langley Events Centre - Fieldhouse
Langley
Mon, Mar. 26/18 -
Thu, Mar. 29/18
$50.00
registration
ended
2018 Spring Break Camp - Afternoon Session 1 PM - 4 PM Langley Events Centre - Fieldhouse
Langley
Mon, Mar. 26/18 -
Thu, Mar. 29/18
$50.00
registration
ended

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