Legends Baseball “School’s Out Baseball Camp”

Legends Baseball Instruction is hosting a “School’s Out Baseball Camp” geared to recreation and travel baseball player's ages 5—12 years old Monday, June 25 - Thursday, June 28 - with Friday, June 29 as a "rain" date. Camp gives players, of all levels, the opportunity to learn & practice baseball skills and have fun! Players are grouped by age and playing ability. 

Daily Schedule:                Rookie & Junior

9:00 AM—9:20 AM            Stretch and warm ups

9:20 AM—10:20AM           Throw & Fielding

10:20 AM—11:20 AM        Hitting

11:20 AM—11:45 AM        Snack (Campers bring snack and drink)

11:45 AM—1:00 PM          Scrimmage game (T—Ball and coach pitch)

Daily Schedule:                Senior

9:00 AM— 9:20 AM          Stretch and warm ups

9:20 AM—10:20 AM         Fielding—Competitive games

10:20 AM—11:20 AM       Hitting/Pitching/Base running instruction

11:20 AM—11:45 AM       Snack (Campers bring snack and drink)

11:45 AM—1:00 PM         Scrimmage game (50/70 & 46/60 FIELD)

Contact Information
  1. Tony Santomauro
  2. 2013960338
  3. tony@legendsbaseballinstruction.com
Mon, June 25
9:00 am — 1:00 pm
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Legends Baseball Instruction is hosting a “School’s Out Baseball Camp” geared to recreation and travel baseball player's ages 5—12 years old Monday, June 25 - Thursday, June 28 - with Friday, June 29 as a "rain" date. Camp gives players, of all levels, the opportunity to learn & practice baseball skills and have fun! Players are grouped by age and playing ...

17 Willow Brook Drive North Caldwell, NJ 07006

Anthony Santomauro

17 Willow Brook Drive
North Caldwell, NJ 07006

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