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Q. Can my son attend your camp(s) if he is just a beginner in baseball?
A. If your son has the ambition to get better and has some concept of the game of baseball, then he is more  than welcome to attend camp(s).

Q. How many camps should my son attend?
A. Infield play is about  repetition. The more double plays turned, the more deflections, the more ground balls he can take the better he will become. We recommend attending as many camps as you can. The good ones attend at least 2 camps annually. The best infielders don’t miss a camp. Our goal is to find kids who are driven to improve and want to put in the time and effort it takes to be the best infielder around. Once we find those kids, or those kids find us, we will do our best to help them develop into possible prospects. So how many camps should a player attend? That’s up to you.

Q. How do I know which camp(s) to choose for my child?
A. We give a description of what each camp is all about on the registration page. It would be best to read through them. If you still have questions, give us a call and we will help you choose which camp(s) would be best for your child. Anyone is welcome to sign up for our Hitting Camps. However, those are limited and fill up very fast.

Q. Do you discount when signing up for multiple camps?
A. If there are discounts, they will automatically generate when registering. If you have multiple children that wish to attend multiple sessions, contact Kenny and he may be able to give you a better deal than what shows up in the cart.

Q. Can you explain your “ELITE” on the home page?
A. These are some current players who have trained with Kenny for years. These are not players we have coached on a select or high school team, or had visit our facility. These are players we’ve had a big hand in developing as infielders and they are the best in our region! Feel free to speak with any player or coach in this time zone to get feedback on Coach Eilmes. His reputation of developing the best infielders is getting stronger by the minute.

Q. Can my son come to your camp if he is left handed?
A. It is not recommended a southpaw attend our infield camps. Lefties can attend hitting camps, however, those are not offered very often. If a lefty does decide to attend an infield camp, the “Total” camp is recommended. If he attends the Double Play or Playmaker camp, he will play 1B.

Q. What should my child bring with him to camp?
A. The first thing every individual needs to bring to an infield camp is a baseball glove and a bat to a hitting camp. Each participant should look like a ball player and wear a baseball hat. Turf or tennis shoes to any/all of our winter/indoor camps. If we are on grass for summer, spikes are recommended. If we are on field turf, tennis shoes or turf shoes are a good idea. Kids should come to camp dressed comfortable. Shorts or baseball pants with shirt tucked in are recommended for all of our camps. Parents, please mark all equipment with your child’s name so there is no question as to whose piece of equipment is whose. Kids should bring some sort of fluid as our camps provide a good work out. So it is important to stay hydrated. Sunscreen is a good idea for our summer camps.

Q. How will I know I successfully registered?
A. You will receive instant confirmation when you sign up for a camp.

Q. What forms of payment will you accept?
A. Check, money order, cash, all major credit cards along with PayPal.

Q. Can my son come to your camp if he is 6 or 7 years old?
A. Most likely no. Our camps are very fast paced and usually the youngest ages are around 8 or 9. But I will say maybe. You need to get pre-approval from Coach Eilmes. You can call him at 509.863.4605.

Q. What is your refund policy?
A. Due to COVID19 and all the uncertainty, we are not offering refunds at this time. If you pay with credit and a camp gets canceled because of Governor’s orders, you will receive credit to a future camp. If you don’t feel good about this, choose “cash at the door” and just pay first day of camp.