2022 Advanced Skills Training for Baseball

Camp Dates

  • June 27th – July 1st

Additional Information

This camp is meant to be an addition to the work we do in our Baseball/Softball camp. You do not have to attend both to participate, but an advanced player can get quality work at our Baseball/Softball Camp AND/OR this Advanced Skills Training. They are two different camp formats.
TO ATTEND, campers must be advanced baseball players that have played on an ADVANCED, ALL-STAR, and/OR TRAVEL BALL team and are SERIOUS ball players. Campers must be able to throw and catch efficiently. If you have any questions about if your camper qualifies, please call or email us.
  • Baseball Players 9-12
  • Campers will be grouped by age/skill level
  • Camp Hours:
    • Monday-Friday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
  • Lunch will NOT be provided.
  • Water & Drinks will be available.
  • Extended hours available for additional fee
    • Early drop-off: 7:30 am – 9:00 am
    • We are currently not offering late pickup.

Camp Features

  • Professional & Collegiate Instructors
  • 1 on 8 or Less Player to Coach Ratio
  • Player Evaluations
  • T-Shirts
  • Advanced Skills Derby
  • Speed/Agility Work
  • Workouts
  • Situational Play (Game Scenarios)
  • Games & Prizes

Camp Topics

  • Hitting
  • Throwing
  • Fielding
  • Pitching
  • Catching
  • Baserunning
  • Speed/Agility

Pricing & Deadlines

CAMP COST – $299

Registration for the entire week is open until the morning of the first day of camp or until the camp reaches capacity prior to that point.

Extended Hour Fees:
*Early Drop-Off (7:30am – 9:00am): $10/Day

Camp Rain-Out Policy

*In the event of inclement weather, every attempt will be made to get all camp sessions in. If weather is such that the camp cannot be held, campers will be notified as soon as possible. Refunds will not be given. Campers will receive a rain voucher to attend another scheduled camp or a make-up camp. A camp day which last past noon will be counted as a full day. Once three full days have completed, it is considered a complete camp and no rain vouchers will be given.

Make-Up Camp Date(s): To Be Determined

What To Bring

Each camper is responsible for bringing their own equipment.  Below is a checklist of things they need for the camp:

  • Lunch
  • Bat
  • Glove
  • Cleats AND Tennis Shoes
  • Helmet
  • Baseball Hat
  • Batting Gloves*
  • Catcher’s Equipment*
  • Water Bottle* (Water Provided)

*These items are optional. Catcher’s equipment will not be provided by Iron Diamond Sports.

**Iron Diamond Sports is not responsible for lost or stolen items.**

What To Wear

Campers are encouraged to wear athletic shorts or baseball pants and a T-Shirt. Cleats are allowed, but we encourage campers to bring a pair of tennis shoes.

NO METAL CLEATS ALLOWED.