Baseball Summer Camps Announced
April 6, 2009
CORVALLIS, Ore. - The Oregon State baseball team announced its slate of summer camps on Monday.
The Beavers will host a series of camps at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field and other athletic facilities on the Oregon State campus.
The first set of camps are All Skills Day Camps that are held July 6-8 and are for grades 2-12. Players in grades 2-8 will participate in the camp from 1-4 p.m. PT. Players in grades 9-12 will work out from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Participants in both sets of camps will be charged $225 apiece.
The Beavers will then host a Daytime/Overnight Camp that is scheduled to take place August 2-6. Players in grades 5-12 will work out from August 2-6 and have the option of staying overnight ($500) or participating on a daytime basis only ($375). Players in kindergarten through fourth grade will work out August 3-6 and cost $300 for daytime only.
Oregon State baseball will close out its summer camp schedule August 9-11 with a Prospects Camp. This is for players in grades 9-12 and costs $300 per camp participant.
Head coach Pat Casey, assistant coaches Marty Lees, Pat Bailey and Nate Yeskie and Oregon State players will serve as instructors for each session. Campers are required to bring their own glove, hat, baseball shoes and sneakers. Catchers are encouraged to bring their own equipment if possible.
For more information on the camps, make sure to visit osubeavers.com and click on the camps link at the top of the baseball page. Registration forms are available on the Web site.
Oregon State next plays at Arizona in a Thursday through Saturday series in Tucson, Ariz. First pitch at the series opener Thursday is slated for 7 p.m. PT. Catch each of the games live on the Beaver Sports Network and Beaver Nation Online (osubeavers.com).
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