CORAL GABLES, Fla. -- The 2013 Jim Morris Exposure Camp, intended for high school-aged baseball players from 9th through 12th grade, will be held at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field from Jan. 19-20.
The camp will be led by Coach Morris, now in his 20th season at the helm of the Hurricanes' program, and his coaching staff at the University of Miami. Pricing for the camp is just $195.00.
Participants will be instructed in all major aspects of the game: hitting, fielding, pitching, and catching. Campers will also be able to participate in a pro style workout as well as competitive games through out the two-day camp.
The purpose of our camp is to make every individual a better ball player. We successfully accomplish this by building on strengths as well as recognizing and improving areas of weakness. Players also grow in sportsmanship, leadership, and citizenship skills.
The camp uses the facilities of the University of Miami Mark Light Field. Pitching machines, batting cages and a speed gun are used during the camp.
We educate our campers in drug awareness and academic topics as part of the program. Qualified guest speakers will be invited to lecture on various important subjects of interest.
Each camper must bring his own baseball equipment. Players should bring a glove, bat, cleats/spikes, running shoes or turf shoes, hat, and any other equipment they feel necessary to compete. Catchers must bring their own gear. Helmets will be provided.
The Jim Morris Baseball Camp Inc. is a separate entity from the University of Miami and is in no way associated with the university. For more information, visit JimMorrisBaseballCamp.com.