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Cal Poly Baseball Summer Camp #2

Cal Poly Baseball Camps California
1 Grand Ave, San Luis Obispo, CA 93407
Baggett Stadium
July 23
Registration closes Jul 21st.
Grades 9-JUCO
10:00 am - 5:00 pm | Check in 9:30 am

Join us in beautiful San Luis Obispo at Baggett Stadium for a day full of baseball. Our prospect camps are a great opportunity to showcase your ability in front of our staff. The day will include a pro-style workout – 60 yard dash, on-field batting practice, and a defensive evaluation – followed by a scrimmage. This is an excellent opportunity to meet and interact with our staff and current Mustang players. We look forward to you joining our players and staff out at beautiful Baggett Stadium.

Event Type: Prospect Camp or Showcase Event

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Two Way
Two way players will go through a pro style evaluation including - BP, 60 yard dash, and a defensive evaluation. They will then participate in the scrimmage where they will throw an inning in addition to playing the field and taking AB's.
$ 235.00
Position Player Only
Position players will go through a pro style evaluation including - BP, 60 yard dash, and a defensive evaluation. They will then participate in the scrimmage after the evaluation.
$ 215.00
Pitcher Only
Pitcher Only's will throw two innings in the scrimmage. They will also have the opportunity to work with and ask questions to some of our current Mustang pitchers. PO's will not participate in the 60 yard dash, BP, or the defensive evaluation.
$ 145.00
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Larry Lee
Head Coach Read more Read less

Cal Poly head baseball coach Larry Lee has elevated the Mustang baseball program to a level of play that has reached the upper echelon of the NCAA’s Division I West Region.

From 2012-19, Lee guided the Mustangs to 268 victories, the seventh-highest total among the 24 California schools with Division I baseball programs. Averaging 34 wins per season during those eight campaigns, the victory total is eighth among 46 schools in the NCAA’s West Region. In addition, from 2012-14, Cal Poly averaged 41 wins a year with 123 victories, more than any other Division I team in California.

Lee begins his 22nd season at the helm in 2024, having led Cal Poly to eleven 30-win campaigns, a 614-476-2 mark (56.3 winning percentage) and 17 top-four Big West finishes, including three consecutive second-place endings from 2017-19. Aside from the 2020 pandemic-shortened campaign, the Mustangs have averaged 32 victories per season under Lee’s guidance.

Cal Poly has finished first in the Big West Conference once (2014), second seven times (2005, 2012, 2013, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2022) and a third-place finish in 2011 with Lee at the helm. The Mustangs have earned 35 or more victories seven times, claimed their first Big West Conference championship in 2014 and have earned a trio of NCAA Division I playoff berths.

From 2011-19, Lee guided the Mustangs to wins in 54 of 81 Big West series, a 66.7 winning percentage. The Mustangs won seven of eight conference series in both 2014 and 2017 and nine of 10 in 2022.

An assistant coach on the 2017 USA Baseball College National Team which won each of its series against Chinese Taipei, Cuba and Japan for the first time since 2002, Lee ranks No. 1 in the Big West in overall wins (614), surpassing Fresno State’s Bob Bennett in 2021, and No. 1 in the Big West in conference victories (272) in 2019. He has won 1,074 games overall in 36 seasons as a head coach.

The 2014 Big West Conference Coach of the Year arrived at Cal Poly in July 2002 after 16 highly successful seasons as head coach at nearby Cuesta College. Lee was inducted into the California Community College Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.

The Mustangs earned their first NCAA Division I regional playoff berth in 2009, returned to the postseason in 2013 at UCLA, giving the Bruins their toughest test of the postseason as UCLA overcame a 4-0 deficit in the second round en route to the 2013 College World Series championship, and qualified for the 2014 postseason, hosting the San Luis Obispo Regional and finishing 2-2.

The historic 2014 campaign saw Cal Poly shatter the school record with 47 wins, finishing 47-12. The Mustangs, ranked No. 1 for a week by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper after sweeping Cal State Fullerton in mid-April, claimed the Big West title with a 19-5 record, two games ahead of Long Beach State and four in front of UC Irvine. The Mustangs have posted 14 winning seasons and twelve 30-victory campaigns since 2000 and the 2014 squad’s 47 wins marked the second year in a row and fourth time in school history that Cal Poly won 40 or more games.

Despite a 34-man roster with 24 freshmen and sophomores, the 2016 squad posted a 32-25 mark, opening the year with 25 wins in 38 games and tied for first in the Big West before falling back. The 2017 squad battled back from a 2-9 start to finish even at 28-28 and claimed second place in the Big West at 16-8. The 2018 team won its last seven contests to finish 30-27 and another second-place conference finish while the 2019 squad earned the program’s third straight second-place Big West finish and took conference title aspirations into the final day of the season before falling to eventual champion UC Santa Barbara.

In 2020, prior to the COVID-19 shutdown, Cal Poly upset No. 1-ranked and defending national champion Vanderbilt in the MLB4 Tournament at Scottsdale, Ariz., and also defeated No. 5 Michigan. The 2021 team won seven straight and 11 of its last 12 contests to finish 31-25 and tied for fourth in the Big West with Brooks Lee earning five All-America honors and Drew Thorpe one. Last year Cal Poly won 13 straight games near the end of the season, finishing 37-21. Lee was named on five All-American teams and Thorpe all six before both were drafted — Lee eighth overall by the Minnesota Twins and Thorpe in the second round (61st overall) by the New York Yankees, marking the first time in program history that Mustangs were drafted in both the first and second rounds in a single draft.

Lee guided the Mustangs to a 38-23-1 mark in 2004, his second season at Cal Poly, to break the school record for wins in a season in the Division I era and the 2013 squad to 40 victories, one shy of what was the school’s all-time record for wins in a season (41 in 1977 and 1992).

In 2005, the Mustangs won 36 games and finished second in the Big West with wins over Cal State Fullerton and Long Beach State. The 2006 squad won 11 of 17 three-game series while the 2007 Mustangs won 19 of their final 27 games en route to a 32-24 record.

In 20 seasons with the Mustangs, Lee has produced 53 first-team All-Big West players, 13 All-Americans and 10 freshman All-Americans. A total of 81 Cal Poly players coached by Lee have signed professional baseball contracts, including 79 in the last 18 years.

During Lee’s tenure, 37 Mustangs have been drafted in the top 10 rounds, led by his son, Brooks. Outfielder Mitch Haniger was a first-round compensatory pick (38th overall) by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2012. Southpaw Garrett Olson was chosen in the first round (compensatory) in 2005 (48th overall) and right-handed pitcher Jimmy Shull was picked twice (fourth round in 2005, eighth round in 2004). Cal Poly had just nine draftees in the top 10 rounds prior to Lee’s arrival. Twelve of Lee’s Cal Poly players have reached the Major Leagues, compared to nine Mustangs who played in the Majors from the 1930s through the early 2000s.

Southpaw Matt Imhof was a second-round pick of Philadelphia in 2014, right-hander Spencer Howard was a second-round selection by the Phillies in 2017, second baseman Mark Mathias was chosen by the Cleveland Indians in the third round of the 2015 draft and pitcher Erich Uelmen went in the fourth round in 2017, taken by the Chicago Cubs. In 2018, Alex McKenna was taken in the fourth round by the Houston Astros and Nick Meyer was selected in the sixth round by the New York Mets. Right-hander Bobby Ay, a ninth-round pick of the Arizona Diamondbacks, was the lone Mustang drafted in 2019 while Taylor Dollard, another right-hander, was chosen by the Seattle Mariners in the fifth round following the 2020 campaign and the Mariners also chose Bryan Woo in the sixth round of the 2021 draft.

Lee led Cuesta to the California Community College State Final Four on four occasions, all in the last 11 years of his 16-year tenure. The Cougars reached the state’s Final Four in 1992, 1997, 2001 and 2002 and qualified for the Southern California Regionals each of the last six years, including a No. 1 seed in 1999 and No. 2 in 2002.

Lee’s overall record at Cuesta was 460-241-3, including a state-leading 44 wins in 1997. His teams qualified for the regionals 11 times in his last 13 years and Lee was No. 15 on the state’s community college baseball coaches’ list for career wins prior to being hired at Cal Poly. He was inducted into the California Community College Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.

Under Lee’s leadership, Cuesta claimed nine Western State Conference titles, including six in a row (1997-2002), and averaged 38 wins during that six-year stretch. His teams produced a 267-119 record in conference games and Lee earned conference coach of the year honors eight times.

During Lee’s tenure at Cuesta from 1987-2002, he produced 26 all-state players, three Southern California Players of the Year and numerous professionals. Thirteen of his 16 teams finished above the .500 mark overall, including the last seven.

Lee led his 2002 team to a school-record 24 consecutive wins en route to a 43-9 mark and a third-place state finish.

In 11 postseason appearances, Lee’s teams at Cuesta compiled a 34-28 win-loss record.

A 1979 San Luis Obispo High School graduate, Lee was a standout baseball and football player for the Tigers before going on to play baseball at Santa Barbara City College (1980), Orange Coast College (1981) and Pepperdine University (1982-83).

Inducted into the San Luis Obispo High School Athletics Hall of Fame, Lee was a first-team All-South Coast Conference selection at Orange Coast College as well as a second-team All-Southern California pick.

At Pepperdine, Lee was a career .304 hitter and, as a junior, earned first-team All-Southern California Baseball Association and second-team All-District 8 honors as the Waves posted a 46-21-1 record and earned a berth in the NCAA West Regional at Fresno State.

Lee hit 13 sacrifice flies for Pepperdine in 1982, at the time an NCAA record. He is currently tied for No. 2 with two other players for sacrifice flies in a season.

He enjoyed a brief professional baseball career, playing one year for the Utica Bluesox (1983) and hitting .316 for the New York-Penn League team. He ended his career in the Seattle Mariners’ organization.
Before becoming head coach at Cuesta College in 1987, Lee served as an assistant coach for the Cougars for two seasons (1984-85) and at Cal Poly for one year (1986).

Lee earned his bachelor’s degree in physical education/kinesiology from Pepperdine in 1983 and a master’s degree in physical education from Cal Poly in 1985 as well as an adaptive physical education credential from Cal Poly in 1988.

Lee and his wife, Liz, reside in San Luis Obispo with their two children, Jenna and Brooks.

Seth Moir
Pitching Coach Read more Read less

Seth Moir, an assistant coach at San Jose State for two seasons, was hired as an assistant coach at Cal Poly in August 2022 and will be in charge of the pitchers.

The pitching coach at San Jose State, Moir helped the 2022 Spartans to their first 30-victory season and first winning record (30-29) since 2011 and first-ever appearance in the championship game of the Mountain West Conference Tournament. Darren Jansen earned first-team All-MWC honors while Brady Hill earned 10 saves en route to a spot on the All-MWC second unit.

Prior to his two-year stint at San Jose State, Moir spent four years in the Minnesota Twins scouting department. Moir started with the Twins in 2017, serving as the area scout in the Carolinas before moving back to Southern California to scout in 2018. In his time with the Twins, Moir drafted 13 players and signed 10.

Outside of his duties as a scout with the Twins, Moir utilized his pitching expertise to join a small team of scouts specializing in the assessments of arm actions and deliveries.

In 2017, Moir was invited to be an assistant coach for USA Baseball’s Collegiate National Team that went on to win series against Chinese Taipei, Cuba and Japan. The roster included 26 eventual draftees and 14 pitchers, several of whom have already gone on to make their MLB debuts.

Prior to joining the Twins organization, Moir served as the Director of Baseball Operations at UCLA for five seasons under head coach John Savage. In his time at UCLA, the Bruins made two trips to Omaha, winning the national championship in 2013.

The Bruins won three Pac-12 titles with Moir on staff while also hosting two regionals in their three postseason appearances. A total of 44 Bruins and 23 pitchers would go on to be taken in the MLB Draft throughout Moir’s tenure in Westwood.

Previous to UCLA, Moir took an operations apprenticeship role with the New York Yankees, where he spent time working with player development, scouting, analytics and video. The Yankees went on to sponsor Moir for the MLB Scouting Bureau Scout School.

Moir graduated from Montana State in May 2008 with a bachelor’s degree in public relations.

A native of Cody, Wyoming, Moir is married to his wife, Kelly..

Jason Gill
Assistant Coach Read more Read less

Jason Gill, former head coach at USC and Loyola Marymount who played for Larry Lee at Cuesta College in the early 1990s, was hired as an assistant coach for the Cal Poly baseball program in July of 2023 and is in his first season with the program.

Gill, who has College World Series experience as both a player and coach, and guided Loyola Marymount to the brink of a 2019 NCAA Super Regional appearance, guided USC to 60 wins in three seasons (2020-22). The 2020 campaign was cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trojans winning 10 of 15 games. Gill coached USC to a 25-26 mark in 2021 and 25-28 in 2022.Three Trojans earned first-team All-Pac-12 honors — catcher Garret Guillemette, third baseman Ben Ramirez (3b) and second baseman Tyresse Turner — and three others earned honorable mention praise. Pitcher/first baseman Ben Wanger earned second-team All-American honors from Collegiate Baseball in 2020 while pitcher Ethan Hoopingamer was named a freshman All-American, also in 2020 by Collegiate Baseball.

Gill came to USC after 11 seasons (2009-19) as head coach at Loyola Marymount, where he posted a 322-286-1 (.530) overall record. He led the Lions to a 34-25 record and into the 2019 NCAA postseason, with LMU reaching the final of the Los Angeles Regional after wins over Baylor and UCLA, before narrowly falling to the top-seeded Bruins.“I’m excited to be joining the Mustang family,” said Gill. “Coach Lee is known for developing big leaguers, both at the plate and on the mound, and I can’t wait to learn from him and help him win championships.”“It is unbelievable what Coach Lee and the Athletics staff have done to Baggett Stadium and the facility as a whole,” Gill added. “To me, it’s the best facility on the West Coast and is a great place to bring in student-athletes for a real college baseball experience with knowledgeable fans who pack the house in a true college town in one of the most beautiful places in the country.” Gill’s career record in 14 seasons as a head coach is 382-345-1.

Gill’s LMU teams made the four-team West Coast Conference Tournament five of his last six years, with the Lions winning the tournament title in 2019 and a regular season title in 2017.

He has made a total of four trips to Omaha as a player and coach, reaching the College World Series as a player with Cal State Fullerton in 1994 and then returning as an undergraduate assistant under legendary coach Augie Garrido with the Titans’ 1995 National Championship squad. Gill later served under George Horton as an assistant coach at his alma mater, helping the Titans to CWS appearances in 2006 and 2007. In total, Gill has been to the postseason nine times as a coach.“I couldn’t be more excited to have Jason join the Cal Poly baseball coaching staff,” Lee said. “His resume and accomplishments speak for themselves. He has been associated with some of the best baseball minds and programs in college baseball. “Jason has worn many hats over his coaching career,” Lee added. “He has worked with players at every position on the field, has been the recruiting coordinator for most of his career, and has been a head coach for 14 of those years. This skill set mix is why Jason has been successful for so long.”

Gill saw 31 Lions selected in the MLB Draft during his tenure at LMU and three of them reached the big leagues, including David Fletcher with the Angels. Over the entirety of his coaching career, both as an assistant and head coach, Gill has worked with 24 players who went on to make it to the majors. Notable names on that list include Khris Davis, Justin Turner, Lyle Overbay, Aaron Rowand, Mike Lamb, Mark Kotsay and Jeremy Giambi.

Gill brought in a pair of Top 25 recruiting classes while at LMU, something that hadn’t been done in 15 years at the school. In total during his time as an assistant, Gill served as a collegiate recruiting coordinator for seven seasons, recording six recruiting classes in the Top 30 and two in the Top 10 over that span to solidify his place as one of the top recruiters in the country. In his 11 years as a head coach at LMU, Gill helped develop 62 All-WCC players, four WCC Defensive Players of the Year, two WCC Pitchers of the Year and five All-Americans.

Prior to his time at LMU, he was the hitting coach and recruiting coordinator under Horton at both Cal State Fullerton (2005-07) and Oregon (2008), bringing in a Top 10 recruiting class in 2007 at Fullerton. He was Horton’s first hire at Oregon as both men left Cal State Fullerton to begin the reconstruction of the Ducks’ baseball program in 2007.

Gill spent the three years (2001-04) preceding his time with the Titans at UC Irvine, where he brought in the No. 8 class in the country for the Anteaters in 2002 and had a pair of Top 30 classes following that. At UC Irvine, he helped guide the program back from extinction and worked alongside then UCI head coach John Savage to get the Anteaters back to the postseason in 2004.

Gill was an assistant at LMU in 1999 and 2000, helping the Lions to WCC titles in both seasons, and prior to that worked as an assistant at Nevada (1997-98), helping the Wolfpack to the program’s second ever postseason appearance.

He also has Team USA experience, serving as an assistant coach for the U.S. Collegiate National Team in both 2012 and 2016.Gill attended Mater Dei High School in Santa Ana, Calif., then played second base at Cuesta College under Lee in 1991 and 1992, earning honorable mention All-Western State Conference praise and leading the Cougars into the Southern California Regionals both seasons, including a berth in the state Final Four in 1992. He hit .287 in 39 games in 1991 and .307 in 38 contests in 1992.“I have always loved San Luis Obispo and the people who live here,” said Gill. I was fortunate to play for Coach Lee at Cuesta for two years and I’m excited to have my wife and son get to experience this beautiful place.”After two seasons at Cuesta, Gill then went on to play at Cal State Dominguez Hills (1993) and was named an All-California Collegiate Athletic Association honorable mention. He moved on to Cal State Fullerton to play his senior season in 1994, batting .345 with a .469 on-base percentage and .388 slugging percentage en route to All-Big West Conference honors.Gill received his bachelor’s degree from Cal State Fullerton in Kinesiology in 1996. He and his wife, Kacey, have one son, Shane

Logan Denholm
Assistant Coach Read more Read less

Logan Denholm, a catcher at UC Davis and Sacramento State and most recently a volunteer assistant coach at San Jose State, was hired as Cal Poly’s volunteer assistant coach in August 2022.

Denholm is in charge of the catchers and will assist with the hitters.

Denholm played baseball for four seasons (2017-20) at UC Davis and one more (2021) at Sacramento State before serving as a graduate assistant coach with the Hornets for the 2022 season.

Denholm hit .270 with 11 home runs and 83 RBIs in 162 games at UC Davis before transferring to Sacramento State.

As a junior at UC Davis in 2019, Denholm hit a career-best .295 with 14 doubles, three home runs, 25 RBIs and 27 runs scored en route to second-team All-Big West Conference honors. He hit .280 as a freshman in 2018 and .295 as a senior in 2020, catching all 24 innings of a 4-3 win over Loyola Marymount, a game that lasted 6 hours, 30 minutes over two days in late February.

As a graduate assistant, Denholm assisted primarily with data and analytics responsibilities, as well as baseball operations. He also served as an assistant coach for the Walnut Creek Crawdads summer ball team in the California Collegiate League for the 2021 season.

Denholm is a 2015 graduate of Oak Ridge High School in El Dorado Hills, Calif., where he earned three varsity letters in baseball and hit .376 as a senior with four home runs and 25 RBI en route to first-team All-Metro and All-Sierra Foothill League honors.

Mark Armstrong
Director of Operations Read more Read less

Mark Armstrong, a backup catcher for Cal Poly from 2018-22, has been hired as a graduate assistant for the 2023 season.

Armstrong played in 41 games during his Mustang career, ,producing 10 hits, including three doubles. He twice was named winner of the team’s Robin Baggett Scholar-Athlete Award.

Armstrong also played for the Santa Maria Reds in two summer ball seasons.

Armstrong is a graduate of Paso Robles High School and was named 2017 San Luis Obispo County Player of the Year by The Tribune after a stellar senior season in which he hit .354 with three home runs and called every pitch for a Bearcat staff that compiled a 1.55 ERA. He helped Bearcats to a 26-8 record, a share of the Pac 8 championship and a berth in the semifinal round of the CIF-Southern Section Division 3 playoffs.

Armstrong knocked in 28 runs, stole eight bases and produced 11 doubles and three triples as a senior. He hit .434 as a junior with 10 doubles and a pair of triples.

Son of Mark and Marissa Armstrong, Mark has one sister, Jenny. He earned his bachelor’s degree in applied mathematics at Cal Poly in March 2022 and is currently pursuing a postgraduate degree in quantitative economics.

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1 Grand Ave, San Luis Obispo, CA
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