Kid’s baseball camp set for Jan. 20

By The Mercury

On Monday, Jan. 20, youth baseball players can enjoy the day off of school for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday by taking part in the Future Stars Kid’s Camp, hosted by Kansas State baseball coach Brad Hill and the Wildcat coaching staff and team.

The camp, for ages 6-12, is designed to teach basic fundamentals and run the campers through game-like situations in K-State baseball’s and football’s indoor facilities. The camp runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and costs $100.

Registration is now open and it is encouraged campers sign up early.

The one-day baseball experience will provide high quality instruction that covers every aspect of the game. The morning will consist of teaching pitching and defense. In the afternoon, the focus will be on offensive skills with games. Campers will be separated into groups by age and experience.

Campers need to pack a lunch, as there will be a lunch break between sessions.

To sign up or get more information, please contact K-State assistant baseball coach Blake Kangas at (785) 532-7968 or email him at

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