Muskego Warriors Youth Baseball Camp

June 15, 2014

Muskego Warriors Youth Baseball (MWYB) sponsoring Southern Wisconsin Youth Baseball Camp the week of June 23-26 at Park Arthur. MWYB has partnered with Carthage Baseball and the Ace of Diamonds to bring college baseball instruction to Muskego. The camp is open to youth ages 7 to 14 with four days of baseball fun from Monday through Thursday. Those 7-10 years old go from 9-11 AM and those 11-14 years old go from 10-1 PM each morning with Friday morning as a rain date. The cost for the 8 hours camp for the 7-10 year olds is $125, and the cost for the 12 hour camp for the 11-14 year olds is $185.

The best thing about this youth camp is that all the money raised by MWYB goes right back into the upkeep of Park Arthur. It’s a beautiful place for youth baseball and looking to keep it as such. The next best thing and coming in a close second is the baseball instruction and fun that those attending will enjoy. Jason Acevedo of the Ace of Diamonds, the hitting coach at Carthage College, will be the head instructor with Corey Everts, their pitching coach, assisting along with some of the Carthage players.

Having been involved in youth baseball in the area for a number of years, I know a little about baseball and the youth camps in the area (my son Nick attended many and will be one of the instructors at this camp). So if you are looking for your young player to better his/her skills and have some fun doing so, I strongly urge you to consider sending him/her to this camp.

For more information and to register, visit www.aceofdiamondstraining.com, and if you have any questions about the camp, contact Jason Acevedo at 224-715-5777 or jacevedo2842@gmail.com.

This site uses Facebook comments to make it easier for you to contribute. If you see a comment you would like to flag for spam or abuse, click the "x" in the upper right of it. By posting, you agree to our Terms of Use.

Suburban News Roundup

E-mail Newsletter

Your link to the biggest stories in the suburbs delivered Thursday mornings.


Enter your e-mail address above and click "Sign Up Now!" to begin receiving your e-mail newsletter
Get the Newsletter!

Login or Register to manage all your newsletter preferences.

Community Watch

» Greendale High School holds first induction ceremony to new Athletic Hall of Fame 2/5

» Former MLB player John Mallee to coach at Prospect Training Academy 2/5

» Black Bear Bottling named 2015 Business of the Year by South Suburban Chamber of Commerce 2/4

» Oak Creek Common Council denies police chief's request for 7.5-percent raise — at least for 2016 2/4

» Greendale cupcake business on hiatus to advocate for statewide 'Cookie Bill' Updated:  2/4

» Oak Creek girls basketball team gets defensive in win over Franklin 2/2

» Oak Creek wrestlers claim third SEC dual-meet title 2/2

» Franklin boys basketball team adapts, earns big win over Creek 2/2

» Hales Corners vies for fruity trees through Victory Garden Initiative 2/2

» Tickets now on sale for annual 'Taste of Oak Creek-Franklin' fundraiser 2/2

» Updated rankings of area prep boys and girls basketball teams and players 2/1

» Oak Creek's former city hall, library now demolished 2/1

» Positive and uplifting stories in suburban Milwaukee and Lake Country in January 2/1

» Oak Creek girls basketball team outlasts Franklin, 47-39 1/29

» Festival Foods looks to build at old Kmart location along Highway 100 Updated:  1/29

» Greendale School District announces names of candidates for superintendent position 1/29

» Greendale's annual 'I Left My Heart on Broad Street' to be held Feb. 13 1/29

» Southridge Mall to grant scholarships for nearby high school seniors, now accepting applications 1/28

» Oak Creek participates in national Water and Health Study 1/27

» Southridge Mall's Starbucks closed for renovation, McDonald's closed for good 1/27

» Level-headed Cleary is new leading scorer for Oak Creek boys 1/27

» Oak Creek wrestlers storm to another major meet title 1/26

» Oak Creek girls basketball team gets road-tested, pushes past Kimberly 1/26

» Franklin joins Light and Unite Red Week to fight substance abuse 1/26

» New Oak Creek Goodwill Store to host grand opening 1/25

View All Posts Got a tip? Welcome rss

Advertisement

Advertisement

Local Business Directory

CONNECT    

Advertisement