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Leaside Baseball Camp is Proud to Present
The 2018 Annual March Break Fantasy Baseball Camp in Florida
Every year, members of the Leaside Baseball community spend a week together in Florida to bring their passion of baseball together, alongside great weather, great facilities, and many leisure activities. The March Break camp provides an opportunity for players to spend a large amount of time training each day with a range of specialized instructors.
Players who would like to come by themselves will room with other players. Coaches will be available to shuttle those without transportation to both airports and camp activities.
To register, click on this link:
Make sure to check off the "March Break Fantasy Camp" box halfway down the registration sheet.
$745CDN (Covers all baseball-related expenses. Food and Hotel are not included)
St Petersburg & Clearwater Beach, Florida
March 10-11: Field time, Clearwater Beach trips, Baseball Olympics, Big camp dinner!
March 12-16: Training Camp every morning/afternoon evening exhibition games or activities
March 17: Team Canada vs Toronto Blue Jays @ Florida Auto Exchange Stadium (107pm) Dinner
March 18: Field time, Clearwater Beach trips
Approximately $149.00/room (Booking info released after registration. Not mandatory to stay in this hotel, but recommended.)
Huggins Field & Seminole High School
Camp Co-ordinator: Eric Stickney
18u Training Camp: Peter Nash Graham Tebbit
15u and below Training Camp: Lee Mosbaugh, Mike Loizides, Adam Brooks
Catching Instructor: Josh Grisell
Reviews of the 2017 trip
Edwin Tam (18u Alumni): “My favourite part of the trip was getting to hit on nice fields and work with some video analysis from the coaches. The coach-to-player ratio gave me lots of time to review my mechanics and put it into play right away.”
Alex Hodgson (18u Alumni): “It was great to get outdoors and face other teams to get back in the groove before the season!"
Simon Scrutton (18u Alumni): “I had one-on-one catching training with Josh for over an hour a day. His expectations made me push myself to block every ball in training, and it translated into more confidence in our exhibition games against the local teams that we got to play.”