Summer Baseball Camp
Ages 9 - 14 — July 10 - July 14
Come have some summertime fun at Paradigm Sport’s Summer Baseball Camp. Instructors will teach all phases of the game, beginning with the proper fundamentals. Players will be grouped by age and skill level and will rotate through several different playing stations daily. The instruction, drills, skill contests, and games make this a camp kids will remember.
Baseball Camp will give athletes the information and knowledge they need to be strong all-around baseball players. Players will be taught hitting, outfield/infield play, pitching, rundowns, base running and much more. It is Paradigm Sport’s mission and goal to provide young players in and around Santa Cruz County with the highest-quality instruction possible. Come experience the best baseball camp on the Central Coast!
Players receive 5 days of elite professional instruction and have the opportunity to meet and learn from former Minor and Major League baseball players.
Major League pitcher 1982-1996
1986 American League Pitcher Rookie of the Year
Finished 6th in AL Cy Young voting in 1986
Led AL in games pitched in 1987 and 1989
World Series Champion in 1992 and 1993
Son Kevin was a 3rd round draft pick by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2008
Three-year letter winner in baseball at Middletown High School North (NJ)
Two-time All-Shore selection (’98, ’99)
Earned a baseball scholarship to Rutgers University (’01 – ’03)
Member of two Big East Championship teams, earning honors as 1st Team All-State and two-time NCAA Academic Honor Roll recipient
Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 22nd round of the 2003 Major League Baseball Draft
Named Offensive Player of the Month for the Single A affiliate Auburn Doubledays and won divisional championship in the New York Penn League (’04)
Played baseball competitively for 20 years
Played for Aptos Little League for 3 years (’90 – ’92)
Played for Mid-County Pony for 2 years (’93 – ’94)
All-Conference (West Catholic Athletic League) Junior and Senior years of high school (’98, ’99)
All CCS (Central Coast Section) Senior year of high school (’99)
All-Conference Sophomore year at Cañada College (’01)
All-Southland Conference both Junior and Senior years at University of Louisiana at Monroe (’02 – ’03)
Drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays (’03)
Played 3 years of Minor League Baseball (’03 – ’05)
Inducted into the Archbishop Mitty High School Hall of Fame (’09)
Played for Aptos Little League; Little League World Series 2002
Aptos High School Varsity Baseball ('05 - '08)
Central Coast Section, Freshman of the year ('05)
Santa Cruz Coastal Athletic League player of the year ('07, '08)
All State (CA) team ('06, '07, '08)
Committed to Santa Clara University
Drafted in 3rd round, Arizona Diamondbacks from Aptos High School
Played 3 years in the Arizona Diamondbacks Organization ('08 - '10)
Played 4 years in the Detroit Tigers Organization ('11 - '14)
Hitting fundamentals — stance, balance, timing and swing
Pitching fundamentals and mechanics
Mental/emotional skill drills
Informative talk on college recruiting process
Equipment — Each camper must bring his own baseball equipment. Players should bring a glove, bat, cleats/spikes, running shoes or turf shoes, hat, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete.
Meals — Drinks, snacks & lunch will be provided everyday. If your son or daughter has any specific requirements (i.e., food allergies, vegetarian, vegan, etc.) please plan accordingly. The meal plan below is subject to change.
Monday - Pizza from Pizza My Heart
Tuesday - Hot Dogs, chips & fruit
Wednesday - Togos Sandwiches, chips & fruit
Thursday - Cheeseburgers, chips & fruit
Friday - Taco Truck
Time — 9:00am – 2:00pm (Drop off: 8:30am earliest, pick up: 2:30pm latest)
Location and Camp Check-in — Check in takes place 30 minutes prior to the start of the first day of camp in front of Ball Field #4.
Harvey West Park (Click here for map)
326 Evergreen Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95060
Cost — $375
Parents that send 2+ children: $295 per player
Before campers can participate, parents need to fill out registration and release forms. Click on the Registration button below to download and print the registration and release forms. All forms must be completed and mailed to the address on the registration form with a check. If you prefer to pay online, click on the Pay Online button and you will be taken to our payment center where you may pay for the baseball camp with a credit card. However you choose to pay, you must mail in the registration and release forms.
For more information contact Joey Wolfe at email@example.com or by telephone at 408.761.6498.