Gold Glove Baseball Camp is specifically designed for youngsters in grades K-8 who have a
desire to learn and improve playing baseball. From the beginning player to the veteran
Little Leaguer, the camp program focuses on and promotes teamwork, learning, and
fun, along with a strong focus on skill development through drill work and game experience.
In grouping players primarily by age (the only exceptions being campers who have
physically matured beyond their age group), the principles of teamwork, encouragement, and
patience are reinforced.
The daily program begins with stretching followed by an instructional session that allows
players to practice the skill being taught that day or practice one taught previously during
the week. A coach pitch game follows with teams using a rotating batting order to ensure
that all campers get a maximum number of at-bats during the day and throughout the week.
After lunch, a second instructional skill development session is held which is then followed by
the second game of the day. In the event of rain, campers will be taken indoors for a
baseball movie, trivia contest, or individual instruction from the Camp Staff.
The Daily Schedule
9:00 - 9:10 Check-in/attendance
9:25-10:00 Throwing instruction/drills
10:00-10:30 Defensive instruction/drills
10:30-Noon Game #1 (may include wiffleball)
Noon-1:00 Lunch (inside)
1:00-1:30 Hitting/Bunting instruction/drills
1:30-2:00 Baserunning instruction/drills
2:00-2:50 Game #2 (may include wiffleball)