Cleveland, OH—The Cleveland Indians once again will offer Summer Camps for children ages 6-14 in eight area suburbs.
Each camp will consist of two 2-hour sessions and will take a comprehensive approach to teaching the game of baseball. Summer Camp instructors will focus on throwing, catching, fielding, hitting and base running. At the completion of the second day of camp, each child will receive a fair evaluation and additional advice on how to improve their game.
"Indians Summer Camps provide us an opportunity to teach the fundamentals of the great game of baseball to Cleveland-area youth, and more importantly to foster an appreciation for and attachment to the game and the Tribe. We feel these efforts are critical to growing the game," said Indians President MARK SHAPIRO.
All camp times will be 10AM-12PM for 6-10 year olds and 12:30PM-2:30PM for 11-14 year olds. All campers receive a free Indians T-shirt and two tickets to see the Indians face the Houston Astros on Saturday, September 21 as part of Cleveland Indians Youth Baseball Day. Prior to that day's game, each child is invited to participate in a pre-game parade around the warning track at Progressive Field. Cost is $79 per two-day session.
Camp Dates and Locations:
New this summer to the Indians Summer Camps is the Progressive Field of Dreams Camp, a three-day session at Progressive Field July 16, 17 and 19. The camp runs from 10:00AM to 12:30PM each day, and campers will participate in drills on the field and in the team's bullpen and indoor batting cages, while also getting a tour of the Visitors' Clubhouse.
All participants will receive an Indians flex-fit hat, T-shirt and a free on-field photo, as well as a report card with feedback and tips for improvement following the camp. The camp will cost $249 for the session, with registration available online at Indians.com/YouthBaseball.