The University of Toledo baseball program will hold its annual Fall Prospect Camp Sunday, Oct. 21, at Scott Park from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for players who will be graduating from high school in 2013-15.
The one-day camp is designed to give advanced baseball players the opportunity to develop their talents in both instructional and game settings. Campers will participate in batting practice; the 60-yard dash; instructional sessions on pitching, catching, fielding, baserunning and hitting; and a scrimmage. A pro-style workout and fundamentals session will be followed by a scrimmage that will conclude the day’s activities.
Campers will be instructed and evaluated by The University of Toledo baseball staff, players and several college coaches. The cost of the one-day camp is $125 and is nonrefundable. This fee includes a numbered camp T-shirt and lunch.
Players should bring a glove, bat, and helmet, and should wear comfortable workout attire and cleats. In case of rain, campers should have gym shoes or turf shoes for the indoor workout facility. Catchers should bring their own catcher’s equipment.
The Toledo Baseball Practice Facility provides an excellent opportunity for complete baseball skill instruction and performance. The main diamond, plus the indoor hitting and pitching facility, enable campers to receive instruction in all aspects of the game.
To receive more information or to sign up for the camp, go to toledobaseballcamps.com.
If you have any questions, contact Assistant Baseball Coach Nick McIntyre at 419.530.3097 or email@example.com.