Tifton Gazette


July 14, 2014

Baseball camp at Eve Park

TIFTON — There will be a baseball camp and evaluations held July 23-25 at Eve Park in Tifton for players ages 9-13.

The camp will be hosted by Allen Futch, who is head coach of the travel Tifton Timbers. The cost is $40 per player. All camps last from 6-9 p.m., with fun and games listed for the July 25 camp.

Players who are interested in playing travel baseball or in just picking up additional skills are invited. Futch said in an email that instructors included other area travel coaches and former area high school players.

Skills taught include hitting, fielding, baserunning and pitching. Catchers are asked to bring their own gear.

For more information, contact tiftareabaseball@gmail.com or by texting 229-237-4544.

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