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COYOTE BASEBALL
Spring Break Camp 2019

Session 1: Spring Break Public and Catholic Schools Districts Monday March 25 - Friday March 29

THREE CAMP OPTIONS

Option #1 6-13 yr olds - Half-day camp          9am - 12:00
                  5 sessions - $235 pp
                  The camp will include proper warm up, throwing development, hitting skills, baseball fitness, defensive work and whiffle ball and other games.  Players should bring water bottle and snacks.

Option #2 6-13 yr olds - Half-day camp           1pm - 4:00
                  5 sessions - $235 pp
                  The camp will include proper warm up, throwing development, hitting skills, baseball fitness, defensive work and whiffle ball and other games.  Players should bring water bottle and snacks.

Option #3 6-13 yr olds - Half-day camp           9am - 4:00
                  5 sessions - $400 pp
                  The camp will include proper warm up, throwing development, hitting skills, baseball fitness, defensive work and whiffle ball and other games.  Players should bring water bottle and snacks.

For girls & boys, baseball and softball players

Player Dropoff 8:45 am
Please email to pre-arrange an earlier arrival if needed

Instructors for our programs include retired pro player Drew Miller and retired pro pitcher Geoff Freeborn .  As well as former college players Ramon and Roberto Valdez.   Our team offers professional calibre, consistent, and meaningful teaching in an age appropriate manner.

TIMES MAY CHANGE IF NECESSARY DUE TO NUMBERS

Players should bring water bottle and snacks. 

Training Location:
Coyote Den
#14 4200 46th Ave SE
(Peigan Tr @ 36th St)

 

Online Registration

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cheques payable to Coyote Baseball

 

Questions? Call Coyote Baseball 403-273-8552 or Email

 

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