10.12.19 MLBPAA College Camp
Tampa, FL – Baseball University and Major League Baseball Players Alumni will be partnering up to host a new-style college baseball camp at Berkeley Prep High School on October 12, 2019. These new-style baseball camps serve the purpose of connecting college coaches and past MLB players/coaches with young high school players who look to play at the next level. This instructional style camp will also have professional technologies where players and families can view a metric breakdown in realtime. You can REGISTER HERE.
Due to this being the first camp of its kind, it is being offered at a discounted price:
Pitcher Only: $175
Position Player Only: $225
Position Player and Pitcher: $250
YOU CAN RECEIVE $25 OFF OF YOUR REGISTRATION BY TYPING IN THE CODE – fbbu25 – IN THE CODE FIELD.
There will also be some add-ons to the camp which you can read more about when you go to the REGISTRATION page.
Here are some key features of the camp
- Open to any and all participants within the high school graduation years of 2020-2024
- Current college baseball coaches will be instructing during stations
- Past MLB players will also be instructing in stations and evaluating players
- Use of professional technologies to gather player metrics – Flightscope
- Cool add-ons such as recruitment videos and online profiles to view metrics
Don’t forget to register with the button below!
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