Q. - What should I wear to camp?

For all camps being conducted outdoors, players should wear baseball pants, a baseball jersey or shirt, baseball hat and cleats.

Q. – What should I bring to camp?

Some gear will be provided or can be borrowed. If you have them, please bring a glove, a bat, batting gloves, a helmet, and if you're a catcher, bring your gear. Always bring a water bottle and sunscreen, and a lunch each day. Campers can purchase lunch as well.

Q. – What if my son/daughter gets hurt or sick and cannot attend the camp?

Camp cancellations will be handled on a case to case basis. Most will receive a camp credit toward a future FBS Baseball Camp. This camp credit is good for one year after which the camp fees will be forfeited.

Q. - What is Extended Camp?

Extended Camp is extended camp hours (regular camp hours are 9:00am – 3:00pm) for those parents who need to drop their kids off early and/or pick their kids up late. The camp director will be on site by 8:00am each morning and will stay until 5:00pm each day.

Q. - Do you have any sibling discounts or team discounts?

Yes, if you have a brother or sister that would like to attend the camp or clinic with you, we discount the fees. The discount varies from camp to camp and can be discussed during the registration process.

Q. - What is your coach to player ratio?

For camps with 50 or less participants the ratio will be at least 10 to 1. For camps with over 50 participants the ratio will be approximately 8 to 1.


Q. - What does a typical day at a week long camp include?

We start off each day with a professional warm up that lasts approximately 20 minutes. After the warm up, the players will throw to get their arms loose. We then do position specific drills for pitching, catchers, infield and outfield then offensive drills for hitting and base running. Following the drill work we play instructional scrimmage games. Each day ends with a “Final Thought” that revolves around the mental aspects of the game with topics including sportsmanship, attitude, and effort and controlling emotions.

Q. - Who are your coaches?

Depending on the time of year we will have former and current professional players, former and current collegiate players, college coaches and high school coaches from around the area.

Q. - When is the latest I can register for camp?

Although walk up registration is accepted, pre-registration is requested. A pre-camp notification is appreciated for walk up registration to let us know you will be coming. “Early Bird” camp fees are typically less expensive than late registration so it is recommended that you register as early as possible. Additionally, many camps have a limit to the number of participants so it is recommended to register early so you are ensured a roster spot.

Q. - Can parents stick around and watch during the camp?

It is not only allowed, it is encouraged. We love to have the parents observe during our camps and clinics. You are welcome to observe from the bleachers during the drills and game time. If we can help the parents to gain more baseball knowledge so they can reinforce and pass along the information to the kids, we're all for it!