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Rhody Baseball Signs Five Student-Athletes for 2015 Season
Head coach Jim Foster has announced that five student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to join the Rhode Island baseball program next season.
"We've added some quality arms that could have a big impact on our program as well as a position player that will certainly contribute," Foster said. "This recruiting class is a credit to the hard work of our entire coaching staff. Continued.....
Tim Caputo: Turning Skeptics Into Believers
On Opening Day across the Cape, shortstop Tim Caputo committed two consecutive fielding errors in the first inning at Y-D's Red Wilson Field. Forty-five days later, Caputo made his return to Y-D's home field. But this time - Caputo wasn't playing in a regular season game - he was representing the Braves in the 2013 Cape League All-Star Game.
University of Rhode Island Camps Frequently Asked Questions:
Can Teams attend?
Teams are encouraged to attend all camps and clinics
What forms are required in order for my child to participate?
A Medical History-Liability Waiver has been attached to your e-mailed receipt and is also available online. Please mail the completed form to:
URI Baseball Camps
Where and when is check in?
Please check in 30 - 45 minutes prior to the start of camp. Check in for outdoor camps and clinics will be held at Bill Beck Field. Check in for indoor camps and clinics will be held in the Tootel Gymnasium
How do I get to camp? (Driving directions)
From the North
From the South
What meals are provided?
A concession stand is open during all camps and clinics. There will be a lunch break in the middle of each camp. Rhode Island Baseball merchandise will also be available for purchase.
What is a typical day like?
Campers will rotate from station to station throughout the day, with each station teaching a different aspect of the game. Summer camp participants will play games in the afternoon. All high school campers are put through a pro-style workout with some instruction in the morning, as well as games in the afternoon.