CBC Baseball Teams Offer Summer Youth Baseball Camps

CBC Baseball Teams Offer Summer Youth Baseball Camps

The Durham Bulls Pepsi Baseball Camp

Durham Bulls Baseball Camp
Children ages 7 – 14 can join the Durham Bulls for summer baseball camp.

Internet: http://www.dbulls.com/camp/
Camp #1 – June 12, 13 & 14 (Thurs, Fri & Sat)
Camp #2 – June 26, 27 & 28 (Thurs, Fri & Sat)
Camp #3 – July 10, 11 & 12 (Thurs, Fri & Sat) Time:
9am-2pm, lunch provided
Children ages 7 – 14 are eligible to participate. At the beginning of each camp, kids are divided into age groups and coached by Bulls players in pitching, fielding and hitting. After a lunch break, each age group plays a game. On the third and last day of each camp, Bulls Players and Coaches will host an awards ceremony and summarize lessons learned.
Registration Fees:
$130 per child, which includes lunch, a 2003 Pepsi Baseball Camp T-shirt and a Louisville Slugger baseball bat
To Register:
Download and print the registration and waiver forms, and mail completed to Durham Bulls, Attn: Baseball Camp, P.O. Box 507, Durham, NC 27702

The Myrtle Beach Pelicans Nelson Mullins All-Star Baseball Camps

Internet: http://www.myrtlebeachpelicans.com/community/clinics.html
Pelicans Baseball CampDates:
June 14, 2003 (1-Day Camp)
July 9-11, 2003 (3-Day Camp)
9am-noon, lunch provided
Children ages 8-13 are eligible to participate. Pelicans’ Coaches and Players will provide professional baseball training and drills, and campers can also get autographs from them. Hardee’s will provide free hot lunch, and campers will have a reserved seat ticket to each night’s Pelicans game, a water bottle and a SporTech training glove.
Registration Fees:
1-Day Camp – $35 per camper
3-Day Camp – $130 per camper
To Register:
Register online or print out the application and bring completed to the Pelicans Pro Shop at Coastal Federal Field or mail to: Myrtle Beach Pelicans Baseball Camp, 1251 21st Avenue North, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577

*NOTE: Both the Durham Bulls & Myrtle Beach Pelicans Summer Camps fill quickly, so get your child’s registration in as soon as possible to make sure they won’t miss the chance to learn about summer’s favorite sport from real minor league players and coaches.

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