Frequently Asked Questions

What to bring to our baseball camps?

All players must bring their own baseball equipment (e.g. glove, bat), including a pair of sneakers for batting cages in case of inclement weather.

What are the accommodations for our baseball camps?

For two-day camps, each player is responsible for transportation and housing accommodations.

Inclement Weather?

In the event of inclement weather, programming may be adjusted to ensure as much instruction and baseball activity as possible. Any changes to programming will be directed to ensure the maximum amount and quality of programming in all cases.  In case we need to cancel all or part of the camp, credit may be issued to a future camp.

Players must bring appropriate footwear for any indoor activities. (e.g. sneakers, turf shoes etc)

Who can attend?

The Baseball America Clinics are open to high school players. Space is limited and camps will be filled on a first come, first serve basis.

What is our refund policy?

  • Requests for a credit must be submitted in writing to camps@baseballamerica.com
  • Requests received Seven (7) days or more before the start of the purchased event will receive a full refund, excluding the processing fee.
  • Requests received less than seven (7) days before the start of the purchased event will receive full credit. This credit can be used towards a future Baseball America Clinic in accordance with the guidelines below.
  • All future credits granted under the guidelines above will be valid for one year from the end date of the originally-purchased event. In the event that the cost of a future event is more than the amount credited, the purchaser is responsible for any remaining balance.
  • Credits are non-transferable.

What are baseball showcases and why are we different?

Baseball showcases are designed for players to get exposure from college coaches. Showcases usually consist of a workout session and at least one game, but do not include instruction from college coaches.

Baseball America Clinics provide players a platform to showcase their skills as well as instruction from college coaches.

Players workout in front college coaches and get feedback from them on what they need to take their game to the next level. Players also take instructional sessions from college coaches who run them just like their own college practices. During our games, coaches are in the dugout, on the field and in the bullpen coaching and instructing. 

When to start attending baseball showcases and/or camps?

Baseball prospects must get on the radar as soon as possible, so we recommend attending a Baseball America Clinic event as early as freshman year. In order to maximize exposure, it is a good idea to attend multiple events throughout a baseball prospect's high school career.

How to prepare for baseball showcases and/or camps?

All participants must be in baseball shape.