Summer Baseball Boot Camps
Join us at our facility in Apex for our baseball boot camp and summer all sports camp from June 13th through August 19th!
Drop off for both camps: 8:00AM-9:00AM
Baseball Boot Camp:
Our baseball boot camp is a group based learning environment that will focus on hitting and fielding throughout the week.
Monday: Hitting Focused Day
Tuesday: Fielding Fundamentals Day
Wednesday: Hitting Focused Day (building off Monday)
Thursday: Fielding Advancement Day
Friday: Baserunning Fundamentals & Total Application Day
Pick Up: 12:00PM or 5:00-5:30PM*
*Add “Stay All Day option for + $25/day to extend pickup – they’ll join the sports campers for lunch and games throughout the afternoon. They will need to bring their lunch and 1 additional snack if staying all day.
Our sports camps are a group based learning environment that focus on education, sportsmanship, teambuilding, fitness, and fun! Our sports campers play a variety of games including terminator, across the ocean, soccer, volleyball, bowling, etc…
Pick Up: 5:00-5:30PM
To sign up call/text: 9193031687 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Event Type: Youth Camps
Event Focus: Hitting, Fielding
Event Skills: Beginner, Intermediate
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Danny was born in South Florida and currently lives in Apex, NC. Danny graduated from NC State in 2013 with a BS in Political Science. He started 4 games his freshman year, earned his 1st college win against Old Dominion. He was a weekend starter his sophomore season, starting 11 games. His first start was against Elon, working 5 innings, giving up just 1 run on 2 hits and striking out 6. He earned wins against Coastal Carolina at the “Baseball at the Beach” Tournament in Myrtle Beach, pitching 7 innings, giving up 2 runs, 2 hits striking out 6. He pitched 6 1/3 innings against Penn State, giving up 1 run and 3 hits. He earned wins against William & Mary pitching 6 1/3 shutout innings. He played varsity all 4 years in Cooper City, FL. He played catcher, first base, and outfield his freshman and sophomore seasons but concentrated on pitching his junior and senior seasons. He pitched for one of the nation’s top travel teams, the All American Prospects in 2008, struck out 17 in 16 innings with a .87 ERA. He pitched in the East Coast Pro showcase for the Tigers and Red Sox. He was named top pitcher in the Perfect Game USA Undergrad showcase in 2007. He committed to the University of Florida in 2008 as part of the #1 ranked recruiting class in the country. He received medical release from UF in 2008 due to ulnar nerve surgery. He graduated with a 4.29 GPA and received the schools Scholar Athlete Award. Danny currently co hosts the podcast “Controlling the Zone” with Kyle Wilson.
Ryan was born in Montreal, Quebec and currently lives in Holly Springs, NC. Ryan graduated from Saint Leo University in 2019 with a BA in Sport Business. While attending SLU, he was part of the National COSMA(Commission on Sport Management Accreditation) student honor society- Chi Sigma Mu, Summa Cum Laude, and graduated with a cumulative GPA of 3.8. He was lucky enough to be chosen by the University to attend the MLB Winter Meetings as an intern in 2018, which took place in Las Vegas Nevada.
Ryan grew up in Tampa, FL and attended Wiregrass ranch HS. He earned a scholarship to pitch at Lake Sumter State College in Leesburg, FL. After attending LSSC for 3 years and playing in the Florida League for the Deland Suns, he transferred to Saint Leo University to finish out his collegiate career. Ryan battled through injuries for a majority of his college years that kept him off the mound (TJ freshman year, Labrum/rotator cuff surgery Junior year).
After College baseball, He went back to his HS and served as the pitching coach for a year while also working for the Ted Williams Foundation at Tropicana Field. Ryan moved to NC in 2019 to begin his Internship with TPA and has been here since. He currently is the Director of Tournament Operations for Revolution Sporting Events, and coaches one of the Showcase baseball teams.
Born and raised in Raleigh, NC, my first athletic love was football. My career was cut short by injuries after my freshman year of college. I then transferred to East Carolina University where I studied Kinesiology and Physical Education. While in school at ECU I began to train and compete in the sport of Olympic Weightlifting which I continue today. After graduating in 2014 I moved to Akron, OH where I was the head strength and conditioning coach at CSI for 4 years. Since moving back to NC my wife and I have settled in Apex while I have worked in general population personal training for the last 2 years. My true passion lies in helping young people become the best athletes and humans they can be while staying injury free and humble. I am very excited to step into this role and help the athletes of this area reach their full potential through proper strength and speed training.
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