Knoxville, Tenn.--(UTSports) The Tennessee baseball program will host its third annual Spring Break camp, designed to prepare campers ages 6-14 for their spring baseball seasons by providing them with a comprehensive overview of all aspects of the game.
The camp will run from 9 a.m. through noon, March 17-20 at Lindsey Nelson Stadium and will cover throwing, hitting, defense, pitching, base running and more. The Spring Break camp is the only one offered by the Vols in which every Tennessee player will be a coach/instructor for at least one day during the four-day camp.
In addition, all campers will receive a voucher for two free tickets to the March 18th game against Austin Peay.
Register now at TennesseeBaseballCamps.com or contact the Tennessee baseball office at (865) 974-2057. All Tennessee Sport Camps are open to any and all entrants, limited only by number, age, grade level and/or gender.
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TENNESSEE BASEBALL SPRING BREAK CAMP
When: March 17-20
Where: Lindsey Nelson Stadium
Who: Ages 6-14
Sign Up: TennesseeBaseballCamps.com
More Info: Call the UT Baseball Office at (865) 974-2057
· All aspects of baseball will be covered (throwing, hitting, defense, pitching and base running)
· All campers will receive two free tickets to the March 18th game vs. Austin Peay
· Is the only camp offered by the Vols in which every Tennessee player will be a coach/instructor for at least one day during the four-day camp
WHAT TO BRING
· Cleats or Tennis Shoes
· Baseball Cap
· Baseball Pants
· Batting Gloves
· Catching Equipment
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