CORVALLIS, Ore. – The Oregon State baseball team will host three camps during the winter months.
The winter camps are scheduled to held in the Truax Indoor Center on the Oregon State campus. Head coach Pat Casey and assistant coaches Pat Bailey, Nate Yeskie and Andy Jenkins serve as primary instructors for the camps.
Campers are required to bring their own glove, hat, baseball shoes and sneakers. Catchers are encouraged to bring their own equipment if possible.
To sign up for the camps, visit oregonstatebaseballcamp.com. The site will also have directions to facilities, further camp details, bios on the OSU coaching staff as well as a required release form.
The first camp is scheduled for Dec. 27-29 and will be a hitting camp for grades 3-12. Cost is $225.
A Spring Training Camp will be held Jan. 18-19 and be available to players in grades 3-12. Campers may sign up for a hitting only camp or infield only camp for $150 each. They may also sign up for both for a total price of $250.
The final camp will be held Jan. 31 to Feb. 2 and will be designated as a Pitchers/Catchers Prospect Camp for players in grades 9-12. Cost is $250.
Oregon State Beaver Baseball Camp is designed to provide the best possible baseball instruction for players from grades 2-12 of all abilities. Emphasis at the camps is placed upon improving each individual’s skills and knowledge of baseball. Each camper will receive specific instruction on how to play the game and how to improve himself both on and off the field. Skills and techniques will be improved through individual and small group instruction, drills, and game experience. Instruction will cover all aspects of baseball.
For more information on the Oregon State baseball team, follow the club’s official Twitter account at Twitter.com/Beaver_Baseball or by Facebook at Facebook.com/OregonStateBaseball.