Winter Baseball Camps

Winter Baseball Camps

By Michael Clarke
Active.com

Just because the temperature is dropping doesn't mean you can't sharpen your skills. Here are seven great camps to take your baseball IQ to the next level.

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2010 Gator Baseball Winter Camps

Gainesville, FL -- Dec. 4 - 5, 2010

A two-day camp focusing on the same basic fundamentals and mechanics of hitting, pitching, and defensive skills that prepare the Gators for the toughest conference in college baseball. Learn More ?

Connecticut Baseball School

Storrs, CT -- Dec. 18, 2010

The clinic remains true to its original mission by providing top-notch instruction in the fundamentals of the game. Learn More ?

Washington Baseball Instruction

Woodinville, WA -- Dec 20th - Dec 23rd/Dec 27th - 30th, 2010

We have developed a very specific curriculum and training model that gives the athlete every opportunity to succeed. Learn More ?

Longhorn Baseball Camp

Austin, TX -- Various Dates, Dec. and Jan. 2010

Our camps offer the opportunity for players of all ages to receive quality instruction from some of the top baseball instructors in the game today. Learn More ?

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University of San Diego Baseball

San Diego, CA -- Various Dates, Nov. and Dec. 2010

The 2010 Winter Pitching/Catching Mini Camp offers players the opportunity to receive quality instruction from exceptional and experienced baseball coaches. Learn More ?

Vanderbilt University Baseball Camp

Nashville, TN -- December 3-5, 2010

The Vanderbilt Baseball Winter Prospect Camp offers a unique baseball learning opportunity for the high school player who has aspirations of playing baseball at the highest level (College or Pro). Learn More ?

Oklahoma State Baseball Camps

Stillwater, OK -- Dec. 28-29, 2010

Instruction from one of the nation's top collegiate baseball programs. Information on strength and conditioning, the mental aspects of the game of baseball, and insight into the college recruiting process. Learn More ?

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