Dick Howser Stadium at Mike Martin Field is one of the premier facilities in NCAA Division 1 baseball. The Stadium is located on the campus of Florida State University and has hosted more than four million fans over the years. The stadium has begun many renovations in the last two years including a brand new LED scoreboard and a state of the art baseball only weight room.  These improvements to our facility are the first in a number of things we are doing to improve both fan experience and the student athlete’s experience.

Mike Martin Jr. Baseball Camps @ Florida State University


Welcome to the brand new Mike Martin Jr. Camps at Florida State University.  All Mike Martin Jr. Camps are designed to help improve players of all ages and skill levels with their performance on the baseball field. Campers will all receive instruction from some of the best coaches college baseball has to offer, other coaches will include current/former Seminole players, junior college coaches, and high school coaches.  These camps will be set up to challenge each player in their learning of the game as well as their skill.  At these camps, there will be a combination of group instruction and individual instruction to give each camper a chance to get the best available help on improving their game.


We want to see the best players in the country come through our doors and attend camp.  Florida State has had 71 major league players in our program history and we keep adding more to that list every year.  We want to give every camper a chance to be the first ever Mike Martin Jr. Baseball Camper to play in a Seminoles uniform!


“I am looking forward to working with and seeing the talent that will attend our camps. The future of Florida State baseball is bright and we hope to see you Labor Day, winter or summer for our camps”


Mike Martin Jr., Head Baseball Coach, Florida State University


Our camps and clinics are open to all entrants, (Limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender).


August 2019

Mike Martin Jr. Prospect Camp

08/31/2019 - 09/02/2019 ~ Saturday - Monday Registration Ends: 08/31/2019$200.00 | Mike Martin Field 270 Chieftan Way, Tallahassee, FL 32306

Rising 7th Graders-HS Seniors (2020 HS Grads)



The Mike Martin Jr. Prospect Camp is a three-day camp of comprehensive work that will give the player a chance to be seen by the FSU coaching staff. The camp will include instruction, individual drills, group drills and informative sessions on the best approach to hitting, pitching, catching, infield and outfield play. The camp is open for parents to come and observe the instruction and informative meetings. In case of inclement weather, indoor facilities will be utilized. 


Players receive 
*3 days of elite professional instruction
*Learn techniques from the FSU Coaches and players 


ESTIMATED SCHEDULE (Subject to changes) 

August 31  
12:00-1:00pm: Check-In (FSU Campus @ Dick Howser Stadium) 
01:00pm: Introduction  

01:15pm: Run 60 yard dash 

01:45pm: Defensive Stations 

03:15pm: Hitting Stations 

05:15pm: Facility Tour, Base running and Weights/arm care talk 
07:00pm: Done with Day 1 


September 1 
09:00am: Warm-up (Dick Howser Stadium) 
09:30am: Defensive Showcase (Primary & Secondary positions) 
12:00pm: Lunch Break at Stadium (Included in Fee) 
01:00pm: First set of games 
03:30pm: Second set of games 
05:00pm: Done with Day 2 


September 2 

9:00am Warm-up (Dick Howser Stadium) 

9:30am Morning games begin 

11:30am Camp closing meeting 


Instructors will include 
Mike Martin Jr., Head Baseball Coach, Florida State University 
Camp Director, Tyler Holt & Andrew DeGood 
FSU Pitching Coach, Jimmy Belanger 
FSU Recruiting Coordinator/Assistant Coach, Mike Metcalf 

Assistant Coach, Tyler Holt 

Included on the staff will be former FSU and professional players. 


What to bring

Each camper must bring his own baseball equipment. Players should bring a glove, bat, cleats/spikes, running shoes or turf shoes, hat, baseball pants, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. Catchers must bring their own gear. 


Dick Howser Stadium has taken its place as one of the top collegiate baseball facilities in the country after a two-year, $12 million dollar project was completed in 2004.  Most recently, the additions of a new LED scoreboard and baseball only weight room were renovations that took place to improve the facility. Located on the campus of Florida State University, the stadium has provided over four million fans with the feeling of having "the best seat in the house" to watch the finest in college baseball action. On April 2, 2005, Florida State University dedicated the field at Dick Howser to now retired head Coach Mike Martin. 

Florida State's players and coaches enjoy the convenience and luxury of a clubhouse and locker room currently located behind the Seminole dugout. The Griffin Family Clubhouse was moved to the first base side for the 2004 season as the construction process was completed. The main locker room was described by former Seminole and 2004 World Series Champion Doug Mientkiewicz as being 'better than 95% of the big league clubhouses' he has seen. The locker room contains a personalized wooden locker for each player, a separate locker room for the Seminole coaches and trainers, and a video area where FSU players and coaches can watch film. ?The stadium also houses all of the baseball offices. The coaches' offices look over the stadium behind home plate. There is also a weight room and training area adjacent to the clubhouse. 


Check-in: 12:00-1:00 PM Check-In Saturday August 31st (FSU Campus @ Dick Howser Stadium) 


Waiver Information 

All students must provide proof of insurance coverage for injury or sickness incurred while attending the Mike Martin Jr. Camps. All parents/guardians will need to sign and date the release of liability waiver as well. This waiver can be found on the website under "Medical Waiver" and will also be attached to your e-mail confirmation. 


Players need to deliver all necessary documents to the registration check in on the first day of the event. Download Waiver



Camp will be conducted at Dick Howser Stadium 

GPS ADDRESS: Dick Howser Stadium? 270 Chieftan Way, Tallahassee, FL 

Corner of Pensacola Street and Champions Way across the street from the football stadium. 


Parking Information 

All parents must observe FSU parking regulations during the weekend.  No tickets are issued on weekends but cars cannot be left overnight in these parking spots. 


Meals: Camper's lunch on September 1 provided 


AccommodationsHotel Reservation Link for Mike Martin Jr Baseball Camp


Thank you for choosing to have your Event with us!


Here's your reservation link your guests can use to make reservations:


Book your group rate for Mike Martin Jr Baseball Camp


You will find the information for your online reservation link above. If you have questions or need help with the link, please do not hesitate to ask. We appreciate your business and look forward to a successful event.

Hotel(s) offering your special group rate:

  • Courtyard Tallahassee Downtown/Capitol for $114.00 USD per night



Airport Pick-up / Drop-off Information 

Tallahassee Bus Station and Regional Airport pick-up service is available, if pre-arranged by August 26th. If you need this service, call or email Andrew DeGood (616) 550-5742 or email:?adegood@fsu.edu 


(Leave message with name, phone number, name of airline, day/date, and time of arrival. A return call will be made to confirm this pick up.) 


Eligibility: 7th grade through seniors in high school are welcome. Players will be split into groups by age. 


Supervision: The camp will be on campus at Dick Howser stadium only. 


Camp mailing address 
Mike Martin Jr. Camps 
8930 Winged Foot Dr. 
Tallahassee, FL 32312 


Please check your email regularly as this is our primary way we communicate. Any additional information that we need to convey as the camp draws closer will be passed on to you via the e-mail address that you supplied CBC when you signed up for camp. Please make it a habit to check your e-mail daily, this will eliminate any confusion and or miscommunication.

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