Q. Coaching: How come my son will not listen to my instruction anymore? A. Once your child and/or players hit 10 to 12 years old, maybe sooner, they don't think you know anything anymore. This is the way of life and that's the ...
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Baseball camps aren't just for the summer anymore! We have baseball camps and clinics for every season. ABC is excited to return to Papago Baseball Complex for our annual Holiday Camp
in Partnership with Arizona State University. Phoenix, AZ
will once again host our President's Day Weekend Camp in 2017. On the east coast, we'll be returning to Pittsburg, PA
in 2016. Dallas, TX
remains the 'Players Choice' for a summer baseball camp and San Diego, CA
, Santa Barbara, CA
and Seattle, WA
have you covered on the West Coast! Why an ABC baseball camp? We focus on the Five Tools of baseball: hitting for power, hitting for average, throwing, fielding and speed/agility. Training and stations are always position and skill-level specific so each camper gets the most out of camp. It's baseball training at its best!
Santa Barbara Baseball Camps by ABC in Sunny Ojai! America's Baseball Camps would like to welcome you to beautiful and sunny, Ojai, California. The Ojai Valley School will be host to our Annual Summer Pro Baseball Camp. This is an amazing opportunity for any player wanting to play college baseball and beyond.... Read Article
San Diego area baseball camps by ABC at UC San Diego San Diego baseball camps with UC San Diego and its Head Baseball Coach Eric Newman are back in sunny Southern California for our famous 18th annual San Diego Baseball Camp. Come join players that eat, live and breathe this great game of baseball.... Read Article
ABC Holiday Camper Beats the Odds with his Positive Outlook on Life Deming High School freshman Shane Mora has inspired many people, including his fellow students, teachers, coaches and his community over the last year. Why? Mora, 15, has looked one of the world's deadliest diseases, cancer, in the face and won.
Mora simply wanted to get back to playing football and baseball. He was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma - a form of blood cancer - in early December of 2013.
"When the doctor said I wouldn't be able to play baseball or football for as long as the treatment would take, plus recovery time, I just thought 'what am I going to do'," Shane ... Read Article
Q. What about supervision while at camp? A.
Depends on the location and affiliate baseball camp, most overnight baseball campers are supervised. Many week-long baseball camps have activities from ...learn more