Trammell, Parrish host Wayne State baseball camps Dec. 3
Former Tigers greats Alan Trammell and Lance Parrish will again join Wayne State University’s baseball program in hosting a pair of youth camps for kids in grades 2-12.
The second annual camps feature a morning session for kids focused on fundamentals, from pitching to catching, infield and outfield play, baserunning and hitting, even injury prevention and conditioning tips. Wayne State’s coaching staff and reigning NCAA tournament participating baseball team will be part of the session with Parrish and Trammell. The morning session runs from 9 a.m. to noon.
The afternoon session, from 2-5 p.m., is dedicated to high school prospects. The camp will allow high school freshmen to seniors to learn about the experience of the college student-athlete from the Wayne State baseball program, and get specific tips on speed, velocity and development.
Cost for each individual camp is $100 per participant. High school students are eligible to attend both camps. Registration is available online at the Wayne State baseball site, in person or by mail.