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2014 Brad Hill Baseball Camps
 
 

Fall Hitting League

Ages: 13 and under

Dates
Session I
Oct. 27, Nov. 2, Nov. 10, Nov. 17
Session II
Oct. 29, Nov. 5, Nov. 12, Nov. 18

Times: 7-9 p.m.
Cost: $90/individual or $320/team ($80/individual)

The four-week hitting league provides players ages 13 and under with the opportunity to keep their skills sharp during the offseason. The league will consist of four sessions (October 27-November 18). The hitting league will provide a competitive environment for hitters to enhance their hitting skills in K-State baseball's spacious Brandeberry Indoor Facility. More than just batting cages, K-State offers the chance for players to hit in our 70-yard indoor complex. Teams will consist of four players competing in seven-inning games with each player taking five swings per inning. Each hour-long session will consist of 15 minutes of instruction and 45 minutes of competition. Brandeberry will be marked with scoring areas allowing players to accumulate as many points as possible during each inning. Players may sign up individually and will be assigned to a team or they may sign up as a team at a discounted price. The league is open to any and all entrants, limited only by age, gender and number. LIMIT OF 8 TEAMS OR 32 HITTERS

Registration is not available online. Please contact K-State volunteer assistant coach Blake Kangas to sign up
. He can be reached at (785) 532-7968 or email him here.

Fall Exposure Camp

Ages: 15-18
Dates: November 2 & 15
Times: 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Cost: $125 per camper

The Kansas State Baseball coaching staff is offering two Exposure Camps this fall. The first camp takes place on November 2 followed by the second camp on November 15.  This camp is for players currently in high school.  Players will have an opportunity to be evaluated by the K-State coaching staff, as well as additional coaches from around the Midwest.  Players will go through an extensive evaluation that is run similar to a professional tryout.  In addition, each camper will be evaluated during live batting practice/pitching evaluation sessions and in-game situations.  Included during the camp will be special sessions with K-State Baseball Strength Coach Tyler Looney, Athletic Trainer Blaine Burris, and Academic Counselor Jamie Hamor.