The Arizona Top Prospects (ATP) National Player Development Camp for youths ages 9-14 will take place in Tucson at Murrieta Park from June 14-16.
The camp will include training on all facets of baseball, including the mental aspect, baserunning, speed and agility and an arm care program.
ATP will schedule former NCAA Division I players, former professional players and current ATP National staff to provide instruction to campers. The event is also tryout for players to join the Tucson ATP teams from the 10-and-under group to 15-and-under
The cost per player is $85 and the fee includes a camp T-shirt. The camp is open to any and all participants. Space is limited. Spots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Tucson ATP program includes coaches Oscar Lujan and Javier Escalante. The ATP is based out of Yuma and is directed by Luis Tovar, who is a Team Mexico baseball scout along with Lujan. Tovar played at Cal-Irvine and Whitworth College and Lujan played in college in Mexico.
For more information call 928-817-2423 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.