Our Pitching and Catching Camp offers specialized instruction from coaches who have experience at the highest level. Participants will have the opportunity to work on all aspects of pitching and catching during morning rotations. After lunch, our pro coaching staff will provide feedback and encouragement to each participant. We will also analyze film and provide a personalized list of areas to focus on for improvement. The camp competitions are always exciting, especially when a brand new glove and catching gear are up for grabs! Join us to learn, train, and compete at our Pitching and Catching Camp.
Current professional baseball athletes have busy schedules and may not know their off-season plans far in advance. We stay in touch with them before camps to confirm their attendance. Sometimes, we add professional coaches the week before camp. To get the latest updates on which athletes will be at our camp, follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
954 Leon Smith Parkway, Oxford, AL 36203
Annually in January
9:00 am- 4:00 pm (Check in 8:30 am)
For beginner to advanced baseball pitchers and catchers of all ages.
All Camp Packages include:
Stovall Athletics t-shirt
Catered lunch by Newks Eatery, Opelika
Stovall Athletics drawstring backpack with snacks
Detailed Video Analysis session (parents welcome to sit in and take notes)
Elite Instruction from college and professional athletes
Standard Package $200- (cotton t-shirt)
Premium Package $220- (Under Armour t-shirt + cotton t-shirt)
Stovall Foundation Package $250- (Under Armour t-shirt + cotton t-shirt + Headband + $20 donation to the Stovall Foundation on your behalf)
8:30-9:00 Camp Registration
9:00-9:15 Camp Introduction
9:15-9:30 Camp Stretch/Warm-up
9:30-12:00 Morning Rotations: P- Bands, Long toss, Picks to first, Strikes % Flat Ground, Bullpen with film. C- Barehand Circuit, Hack Attack station, Catch Block Circuit
12:00-12:40 Lunch- Newk’s provided lunch for all campers and staff members- turkey or ham sandwiches, chips and brownie
12:40-1:15 Pro pitchers talk through their bull pen routines, show campers their grips, etc. Pro catchers talk through being the field general, calling a game, when to mound visit, etc.
1:15-3:15 Afternoon Rotations: P- Video Analysis, Outfield Drills, Tower Drill, Work on Leg drives. C- Tags, Throws, Back Picks, Video Analysis.
3:15-4:00 Camp Competitions
4:00 Camp Awards, Closing remarks, & Autographs
What to Bring
Baseball cleats, turf/tennis shoes and gloves that they will train with during the duration of the camp.
Catchers need to bring their own catching gear and mitts.
Bottled drinks WILL BE provided, but campers are encouraged to have their own water bottles.
Camp waiver - Participants will NOT be able to participate in camp without a waiver. Waivers can be filled out and submitted on the Stovall Athletics App under the BOOK NOW tab or at stovallathletics.com.