Welcome To Air Force's Baseball Camp

    Jan. 1, 2004



    Coach Mike Hutcheon Background

    General Information:

    SESSION I: June 14-18 2004: (Boarder and Commuter)
    SESSION II: June 21-25 2004
    : (Boarder and Commuter)

    Sports Camp General Information Letter
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    Welcome to the 2004 Falcon Baseball Camp. Congratulations on taking the first step in becoming a better baseball player.

    The items you will need to bring with you are as follows:

    Baseball Glove
    Baseball or equivalent cleats
    Tennis shoes
    Baseball or sweat pants
    Baseball Hat
    Sweatshirt or windbreaker
    Money for snacks, video games, etc.
    Swim suit and towel if you plan to swim in the evenings
    Pajamas, shower thongs, sleeping bag and pillow
    Toilet articles (sun block, soap, toothpaste, deodorant, etc.)

    DO NOT BRING: Large sums of money, valuable jewelry, alcohol or tobacco products, drugs, or weapons.

    Registration will be at the cadet field house from 11:00 a.m - 5:30 p.m. on the Sunday preceding your camp. Baseball camp will start daily at 8:00am at the varsity baseball field, and ends at 4:00pm everyday except on Friday when the camp ends at noon. Commuters may be picked up at the field house at that time.

    Each morning campers will participate in a wide variety of offensive and defensive drills, and will scrimmage other campers in the afternoon. During these activities, campers are broken into similar age groups in order for them to get the maximum benefit from instruction tailored for their specific age groups.

    The Air Force Academy Baseball coaching staff is committed to giving each camper the utmost in quality instruction. Additionally, the baseball coaching staff is augmented with highly respected college and high school coaches, and former Air Force Academy players to give each camper a wide variety of instruction.

    Again, congratulations on taking a step that will make you a better baseball player. We look forward to the opportunity to meet and coach you this summer.


    Mike Hutcheon
    Baseball Camp Director

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