Mike Bell Baseball Camps

 

Welcome to Mike Bell Baseball Camps @ Pitt! Our camps focus on the development and improvement of your skills as a baseball player. Our goal is to make your learning experience fun and challenging. We combine individual skill instruction with other activities to allow each player an opportunity to have the best instruction available.

 

Our baseball camps and prospect events at The University of Pittsburgh are a great opportunity to take your game to the next level. Each camp is run by the Pitt Baseball staff, other well- qualified high school, club, and college coaches as well as our current and former Pitt players.

 

Camp is open to any and all entrants (limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender)

 


September 2018

Pitt Baseball Fall Prospect Camp I

09/29/2018 ~ Saturday Registration Ends: 09/29/2018$125.00 | Petersen Baseball Complex 365 Robinson St. Extension, Pittsburgh PA 15219

Grades: 8-12 and Junior College Players | Starts: 8:30am


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

The Fall Prospect Camp is a 1-day camp designed to benefit the player looking to play at the next level. All prospect events will include a pro-style workout including the 60 yard dash, arm-grades, and batting practice. Instructional Prospects camps are one day of in depth instruction and live-game opportunity. This day is used to provide potential student athletes with quality instruction and an opportunity to display their abilities and talents through a professional style workout and games. Camp participation is limited to 8th graders and up.

 

Equipment

Each camper must bring his own baseball equipment. Players should bring a glove, cleats/spikes, running shoes or turf shoes, hat, helmet, bat, batting gloves and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. Please mark camper's names on all items. The camp is not responsible for lost belongings.

 

Water will be provided at the event.

 

PITT Baseball Camps have an open-door policy regarding watching your son practice and play while at camp. Should you want to arrange an official tour of campus, you will need to contact the Admissions Office at https://oafa.pitt.edu/visit/tours/ .

 

Check-in

The camp check-in time will be from 8:00-8:30am on Saturday, September 29th at the Petersen Sports Complex 365 Robinson St Ext, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

 

Waiver Information

Medical Information is required. Please complete, sign and bring to registration. Download Waiver

 

Parking

Parking is available on Robinson Street Extension or in the OC Parking Lot located across from the Fitzgerald Fieldhouse on Allequippa Street. All vehicles parked on campus are subject to The University of Pittsburgh and the City of Pittsburgh parking regulations

 

Meals

Meals during Fall Prospect camps are the responsibility of the camper.

 

Miscellaneous Information

Cancellation Policy
All camps are non-refundable. Only camp credits will be given except in unforeseen circumstances, such as injuries or other unique situations. Please send your cancellation requests directly to the camp administrator, Dan Ninemire at dninemire@athletics.pitt.edu. Your request must be sent 7 days prior to the start of camp to receive a future camp credit;

 

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 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.

October 2018

Pitt Baseball Fall Prospect Camp II

10/20/2018 ~ Saturday Registration Ends: 10/20/2018$125.00 | Petersen Baseball Complex 365 Robinson St. Extension, Pittsburgh PA 15219

Grades: 8-12 and Junior College Players | Starts: 8:30am


OPEN EVENT IN NEW WINDOW

Description

The Fall Prospect Camp is a 1-day camp designed to benefit the player looking to play at the next level. All prospect events will include a pro-style workout including the 60 yard dash, arm-grades, and batting practice. Instructional Prospects camps are one day of in depth instruction and live-game opportunity. This day is used to provide potential student athletes with quality instruction and an opportunity to display their abilities and talents through a professional style workout and games. Camp participation is limited to 8th graders and up.

 

Equipment

Each camper must bring his own baseball equipment. Players should bring a glove, cleats/spikes, running shoes or turf shoes, hat, helmet, bat, batting gloves and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. Please mark camper's names on all items. The camp is not responsible for lost belongings.

 

Water will be provided at the event.

 

PITT Baseball Camps have an open-door policy regarding watching your son practice and play while at camp. Should you want to arrange an official tour of campus, you will need to contact the Admissions Office at https://oafa.pitt.edu/visit/tours/ .

 

Check-in

The camp check-in time will be from 8:00-8:30am on Saturday, September 29th at the Petersen Sports Complex 365 Robinson St Ext, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

 

Waiver Information

Medical Information is required. Please complete, sign and bring to registration. Download Waiver

 

Parking

Parking is available on Robinson Street Extension or in the OC Parking Lot located across from the Fitzgerald Fieldhouse on Allequippa Street. All vehicles parked on campus are subject to The University of Pittsburgh and the City of Pittsburgh parking regulations

 

Meals

Meals during Fall Prospect camps are the responsibility of the camper.

 

Miscellaneous Information

Cancellation Policy
All camps are non-refundable. Only camp credits will be given except in unforeseen circumstances, such as injuries or other unique situations. Please send your cancellation requests directly to the camp administrator, Dan Ninemire at dninemire@athletics.pitt.edu. Your request must be sent 7 days prior to the start of camp to receive a future camp credit.

  

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 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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