The Indians are hosting summer camps for 6-14 year olds at locations across Northeast Ohio in 2014.
ACE Baseball Ltd., in conjunction with the Cleveland Indians, are pleased to provide youth Summer Camps designed to help children ages 6-14 learn and improve their baseball skills. By using fun and informative drills, the Summer Camps focus on getting the best out of each player, regardless of skill level. At the completion of the 5th day of camp, each child will receive a fair evaluation and additional advice on how to improve their game. Each child will be encouraged to work hard, compete and develop a passion for the game of baseball.
New for 2014, the Summer Camps will consist of FIVE-DAY sessions from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. each day, at six locations throughout Northeast Ohio. The camps will take a comprehensive approach to teaching the game of baseball, with camp instructors focused on teaching proper throwing, catching, fielding, hitting and base-running skills.
All campers will also receive a free Indians Replica Jersey, an adjustable Indians hat and two tickets to see the Indians play during the 2014 season as part of Cleveland Indians Youth Baseball Day. Indians Summer Camps will also be equipped to handle inclement weather, and there will be no delays or postponements due to rain.
Registration for the camp costs $199 per camper for a week-long session.
ACE Baseball Ltd will provide all instructors for Summer Camps.
The men and women that will be working with your children have extensive backgrounds in coaching and player development.
Every instructor has undergone a thorough background check that is on file with ACE Baseball Ltd. and the Cleveland Indians.
Each child that takes part in Summer Camps will receive a ticket voucher for two tickets to see the Indians play on Saturday, August 23 against the Houston Astros. Prior to the game, each child is invited to participate in a Pre-Game Parade around the warning track of Progressive Field, where they may have a chance to interact with Cleveland Indians players and staff.