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St. Louis, Missouri July 23rd – 26th

$299.99 $199.99

Ages 5-12 All Skill Levels
Times: 830am – 3pm
Location:  Monday & Wednesday at 5000 Lindbergh Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63126
Tuesday & Thursday at: Practice Factory 11133 Lindbergh Business Ct. St. Louis

What’s included?

  • Four-day camp
  • American Baseball Camps T-Shirt
  • Chick-fil-A Lunch & Snacks Each Day
  • Prizes for Best Teammate Each Day & Various Competition Winners
  • Coaches Dedicated to Building Confidence in Players
  • Detailed Video Analysis on Each Hitter & Pitcher
  • Drills & Competitions Designed By the Pros to Give Your Kid An Edge
  • Confidence Builders – HR Derby, Dunk Tanks, Slip n Slide Baseball

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Description

Camp Coaches

Todd Stein
Coach

Todd is the owner of Practice Factory and founder of Recruits Baseball Club and Elite Pitching Development. Todd has been working with baseball players of all ages for over a decade. He specializes in throwing and pitching mechanics and is known as the top pitching instructor in the Saint Louis area. Todd attended Ladue High School and received a scholarship to play baseball at Illinois State University, where he played four years as a standout pitcher. Upon graduating from Illinois State, he was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Cameron Berra
Coach

Cameron has been teaching all aspects of the game to young ballplayers ever since he graduated from Eastern Illinois University. Cameron was a Division 1 standout on the baseball and football field while attending Eastern Illinois. Although Cameron excels in teaching all areas of the game, his expertise is in catching and infield work. Cameron is also the Youth Director for Recruits Baseball Club.

Tyler Mischel
Coach

Tyler is an Oakville native and played his high school baseball for the Tigers, helping them to a State Finaappearance his srgih. Tyler then played two years at Jefferson Junior College where he started at first base and hit in the middle of the order. Tyler then received a scholarship offer to play for NAIA powerhouse, St. Catherine. Tyler is the hitting coordinator for Recruits Baseball Club and is also the lead hitting instructor at Practice Factory. In the Spring, Tyler coaches at Lindbergh High School as the head JV coach.

Tyler Schweigert
Coach

Tyler Schweigert was an elite high school shortstop for four years at Libertyville High School in Chicago. Upon graduating, he received a scholarship to play baseball for Eastern Illinois University where he was a super utility player for all 4 years. Tyler currently coaches at the Division 1 level for Southern Illinois Edwardsville.

Camp Schedule

 

7:30 – 8:30 AM: Pre-Check in For Working Parents
8:30 AM: Check-In
8:40 AM: Dynamic Warm Up (Same Dynamic Stretches the Pros Do)
8:50 AM: Throwing Program (Arm Strength & Accuracy)
9:00 AM: Flat Ground Bullpens for Pitchers
9:15 AM: Cut & Relay Races
9:40 AM: Water Break
9:50 AM: Video Analysis (Analyzed by Pro Ballplayers & Sent Directly to Parents with Recommendations)
Pitchers Video Analysis
Hitters Video Analysis
10:30 AM: Pitching Accuracy Dunk Tank
11:00 AM: Chick-fil-A Lunch
11:20 AM: Home Run Derby
11:45 AM: Water Break
11:50 AM: Visualization Dynamics (Proven to Increase Confidence in Young Players — Used at Almost Every D1 In The Country)
12:00 PM: Defense Circuit & Gold Glove Competition
Catchers: Pop times, soft hands, blocking, and problem area work.
Infielders: Soft hands, quick feet, efficient feet, proper routes to balls, quick hands, and problem area work.
Outfielders: Quarterbacks, misdirection, route efficiency, and quick feet.
12:30 PM: Water Break
12:40 PM: “Big Man” Hitting Competition
1:10 PM: Pitching Accuracy Dunk Tank
1:35 PM: Snack & Water Break
1:45 PM: Slip n’ Slide Baseball (The Highlight of Your Child’s Summer)
2:50 PM: Best Teammate Prize Award Ceremony (Good Teammates Play Longer, Make More Friends, & Have More Confidence)
3:00 PM: End of 1st Day
3:00 – 3:10 PM: Pickup
3:10 – 4:00 PM: Late Pickup for Working Parents

Additional information

FAQs

FAQ
What if the weather is bad?
In the case of inclement weather Friday would be a makeup day, and in rare cases of multiple rain out days Saturday and Sunday afternoon would be used as well. For kids in weekend tournaments that weekend, we would issue comparable admission into another camp. For additional inclement weather questions please contact us at americanbaseballcamps@gmail.com
What should my camper wear?
Baseball pants work, but they'll be most comfortable in athletic shorts or swim trunks. We provide the camp t-shirt.
What baseball equipment should we bring?
All baseball equipment. Catchers make sure to bring your gear.
Who does the coaching?
American Baseball Camps hires and trains high school and/or college coaches from your local area. That's the biggest advantage of the program. While most local youth and travel team coaches have some knowledge of baseball, this is a chance for young players to get actionable instruction and tips from some of the highest rated D1 and Pro programs around the country. We maintain quality control by providing each location with our weekly program, providing additional equipment, and training the staff.
Can girls come?
Of course, anybody interested in baseball will get a lot better and have a ton of fun at this camp! Remember, we separate players based on age and general skill level for the best camp experience.
Do your coaches undergo background checks?
Yes, we do extensive background checks on each coach for them to be considered as an American Baseball Camps coach.
Can we pick up early?
Yes.
Do you perform video analysis on each camper?
Yes, every camper receives detailed video analysis. Players that hit & pitch will get video analysis from Pro Players on each.
For all other questions, please contact us by email.