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Registration Open for Winter Baseball Camps

October 21, 2013
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Courtesy: Texas A&M Athletics
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COLLEGE STATION, Texas - Texas A&M Baseball will hold four camps this winter that offer players ages 5-18 the chance to sharpen and develop their skills on the baseball diamond while receiving instruction from some of the country's top coaches.

Each camp is structured differently and among the skills that will be covered in the camps will be hitting, pitching, fielding and base running as attendees receive personal one-on-one instruction. Additionally, the Prospect Camp will feature games and evaluation as part of the activities.

Below is a more detailed description of each and for more information details. This year’s Texas A&M Winter Baseball Camps will offer on-line registration only. For more information and registration, click here.


SPEED, STRENGTH AND AGILITY CAMP (Ages 8-18)
Mondays and Wednesdays (Dec. 2, 4, 9, 11, 16 & 18) - $300 per camper

The baseball speed, strength and agility camp will focus on developing the athletic tools you need to perform and play at the highest level. All six sessions of the camp will focus on training the qualities that are essential to becoming a high-level baseball player: explosive strength, acceleration, top speed, deceleration, change of direction, and rotational power. The campers will be provided with specific instruction on how to train as a baseball-specific athlete, both in the weight room and on the field. The campers will learn progressions, drills and exercises that they will be able to take with them to use in their training. This camp offers unique opportunity to learn how to train as a baseball-specific athlete. Don’t miss your chance to separate yourself from your competition.


ADVANCED HITTING CAMP (Ages 5-18)
December 7 - $225 per camper

This specialized hitting camp is designed to cover various hitting drills and techniques. Hitters will be taught advanced swing fundamentals as well as proper mechanics. Come ready to learn the A.A.I.T. System that has made Texas A&M one of the top offensive programs in the country for the past five years. Texas A&M head coach Rob Childress, associate head coach Andy Sawyers, recruiting coordinator Justin Seely, assistant hitting coach Austin Knight, camp director Jason Hutchins, as well as current and former Aggie Baseball players will be on hand. The entire staff will teach campers through drill progressions and how to deliver the proper approach and swing to maximize success at the plate. This five-hour session is limited to the first 80 players to register.


FUTURES CAMP (Ages 5-13)
Dec. 13-15 - $400 per camper (meals included with camp tuition; commuter campers only)

This camp is designed for players 5-13 years old. This three-day winter baseball experience will provide high-quality instruction that covers every aspect of the game. Campers will be separated into groups by age/experience. Campers will enjoy various practice drills and friendly competitions throughout the day. The camp is designed to teach basic fundamentals as well as reinforce and provide instruction for advanced players. All meals are included with the camp tuition. The Futures Camp is very popular and space is limited. Overnight campers are responsible for setting up their own accommodations.


PROSPECT CAMP (High School Ages Only)
Jan. 17-19 - $400 per camper (meals included with camp tuition; commuter campers only)

This high intensity camp is designed for the advanced high school player. Our most popular camp, this three-day experience will provide high quality instruction that covers every aspect of the game. Campers will enjoy practice sessions and scrimmage games throughout the day, while also learning information about the college baseball experience. Campers will receive instruction and detailed evaluation on all aspects of the game from the camp staff. Instructors at this camp will be A&M coaches as well as junior college coaches and current A&M players. Campers will be divided into teams so availability is limited. All meals are included with the camp tuition. Overnight campers are responsible for setting up their own accommodations.

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