Frequently Asked Questions

 

Here you will find a list of our most frequently asked questions regarding the baseball camp:


When is full payment due?

Full payment is due 3 days before the start of the program.


Where can I find the medical release form?

Medical Release forms can be found here: _____________________.


What do baseball campers receive?

Excellent instruction from a well-trained and highly qualified staff.


When and where do we check-in for the baseball camps?

Check-in for the baseball campers will be on the first day of your selected camp date at 9am.


Is there an established emergency plan in place?

If there is a medical emergency, 911 will be called and the parents notified immediately. If there is a weather emergency, the staff will take cover with the children and parents will be called immediately.


Are parents allowed to watch their children?

We encourage parents to let their kids enjoy a true baseball camp experience as much as possible. Please leave the instruction to our trained coaching staff. We welcome your attendance at the afternoon game sessions.


How are injuries handled on the field?

In the event of an injury an athletic trainer will provide an initial evaluation and recommend what course of action needs to be taken. Players may be allowed to resume the activity, may be asked to rest in the shade or may be sent to a local medical facility for x-rays or a more detailed evaluation. Parents are notified immediately if an injury occurs.


Should the baseball campers bring their own equipment?

We provide all necessary equipment for each player except for a glove and cleats. We will provide bats, helmets, baseballs, and catching gear at all of the instructional stations and games. We strongly discourage campers from bringing their own equipment in hopes of avoiding situations where equipment is lost or stolen. We also strongly recommend that each baseball camper puts their name on everything prior to arriving to camp.


What happens when it rains?

We stay on schedule with the baseball activities as much as possible in times of rain. If the rain is too heavy (or if there is lightning/thunder present), our first goal is to maintain the safety of everyone at the complex. We do not have an indoor facility on our complex.


Are awards given out?

No.


Should the kids bring food and drink?

Sure. It is ok for the children to bring snacks and plenty of water and/or Gatorade.


 

 

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