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Spaces are still available in all of our camp sessions, but please sign up soon! (6/25/17)

2017 Takoma Sportscamps Baseball Camp Sessions:


Session 1: June 19 - June 23
Session 2: June 26 - June 30

Ages: 6.5 Years Old - 14 Years Old

Hours:
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Before and Aftercare service available through TSC for session 1 at TPMS from 3:30-4:30. The service will be through Takoma Park Recreation Center for session 2.
Sign up for extend care by going to 
or by calling 301-891-7290

Fee:
$240 per session if paid before June 1 and $250 if paid after June 1, $25 extra if using extended care
Scholarships are avaiable for those with considerable need, and are awarded on a case by case basis.

What to Wear / Bring:
  •  A camp t-shirt is provided on the first day. (Campers must wear it to camp each day or a shirt of the same color.)
  • Baseball glove
  • Cleats or sneakers
  • Baseball pants or shorts
  • Baseball hat
  • Lunch
  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen

Baseball Camp Daily Schedule


Morning Camp Talk:

Daily overview by Coach Hoelman, of skils, stations, contests, game schedule, and daily reminders about sportsmanship, safety, and dealing with the heat.


Warm Up:

Campers participate in a whole camp baseball warm-up, to prepare them for the day.


Morning Stations:

Campers participate in four to eight stations each day, working on all the skills involved in baseball.


Lunch:

Campers eat lunch in an air conditioned cafeteria. Campers bring their own lunch, except on Wednesdays (pizza day). A small snack bar is also available for campers to purchase drinks and snacks.


Cool Down:

Campers relax before their afternoon games, in an air conditioned gym. A short portion of a baseball movie (Sandlot or Rookie of the Year) is shown, "stump the coach" is played, and the "play of the day" award is presented.


Afternoon Games:

Campers participate in a week long tournament, which allows them to work on their new skills in game situations to maximize improvement.


Fridays:

Campers participate in morning Olympic stations, where campers compete at eight skills stations as a culminating activity for skills development. In the afternoon, campers play in their championship or consolation games, followed by a brief awards ceremony in the auxiliary gym.