We would like to make you and your minor baseball association aware of the excellent opportunities coming to Vancouver Island. This year the Blue Jays Baseball Academy will be hosting two Honda Super Camps on the island.
Victoria, BC – July 2-3, 9am-1pm each day – Royal Athletic Park
Nanaimo, BC – July 4-5, 9am-1pm each day – Serauxman Fields
These baseball instructional camps offer players ages 9-16 the ultimate Major League experience. Learn skills and techniques from former Major League All-Stars. This year our alumni appearing in Victoria and Nanaimo will be Roberto Alomar, Sandy Alomar Sr., Jesse Barfield, Brian McRae, Lloyd Moseby, Duane Ward & Devon White . The cost is $190 (plus taxes), and each Honda Super Camp participant will receive a Blue Jays hat, t-shirt, baseball manual, autographs. Registration is open to girls and boys of any skill from any baseball association. For more information and to register for our Honda Super Camps please visit http://bluejays.com/camps
As well, there are opportunities for coaches in your baseball association to get involved as guest instructors at our Honda Super Camps and learn from our alumni. Baseball Canada and the Toronto Blue Jays are partnering to offer NCCP certified baseball coaches the opportunity to receive Professional Development (PD) credit towards your certification maintenance. Guest Coaches will actively participant on field and appropriate attire is required. There is no cost to participate as a Guest Coach and all participants will receive a Blue Jays Academy T-shirt and hat. To find out more about the Honda Super Camp Guest Coach Opportunity please visit: http://mlb.mlb.com/tor/baseball_academy/nccp__coach_development_opportunity_form.jsp
We ask that you please let everyone in your association know of our Honda Super Camps coming to Vancouver Island so no ball player misses out on this opportunity. In the coming weeks we will be producing email, web, and 8.5×11 graphics that you will be able to use to help spread the word.
Please take a moment to watch two videos from Honda Super Camps last year: