Toronto, Ontario – The Toronto Blue Jays will conduct seven “super camps” across seven cities in conjunction with title sponsor Honda as part of their commitment to amateur baseball across Canada.
The camps are limited to approximately 150 children, aged eight to 14, at a cost of $150 per child.
The program will commence in Vancouver from June 27 to 29, with Blue Jays alumni Ed Sprague, Duane Ward, Lloyd Moseby and Roberto Alomar as guest instructors, assisting the team from Baseball Canada.
The instruction will continue at camps in Prince George, London, Halifax, Ottawa, Calgary and Toronto, and will include former Blue Jays Mark Eichhorn, Rance Mulliniks, Lloyd Moseby, Duane Ward, Candy Maldonado, Alex Gonzalez, Brian McRae and Tony Fernandez taking part.
For more information or to register, visit Blue Jays.