Over 12,000 Players Coached Since 2004!

Winter Break Baseball Camp 2017

Camp Location: RHLL (click here to view map)


Session 1: 
Monday, December 18 – Friday, December 22nd
9am – 3pm
Ages 6 – 12
3-Day and 5-Day Passes are SOLD OUT!

Please email DanielSpring14@gmail.com to be put on the waiting list or to inquire about a 1-Day or 2-Day Pass for Monday and Friday ONLY. Or you can register for Session 2. Thank you!

Session 2:
Wednesday, December 27 – Friday, December 29
9am – 3pm
Ages 6 – 12
3-Day Session

$225.00 Add to cart

Little League try-outs are earlier than ever this year – BE READY! Join the Spring Training coaches for one of our most popular camps of the year as we work on skills, drills, and live game situations designed to prepare your ball player for try-outs and the upcoming season.  Pitching, hitting, infield & outfield defense, and base-running will be the focus of this action-packed camp.

At the conclusion of each session, we will run all players through a mock tryout based on the real thing so they feel as comfortable, confident, and prepared as possible for their official league tryout in January.

Enrollment is limited to the first 50 players and this camp always sells out weeks in advance – don’t miss out!

Winter Break Camp Philosophy

Our goal is for all campers to have a fun and safe experience while focusing on team play and individual skill development. The camp will concentrate on throwing & catching drills and techniques, specialty position practice (pitching, catching, infield, and outfield), base-running, live hitting, hitting drills, and daily live games. It is our belief that young ballplayers can have loads of fun in a positive environment while also learning to the play the game from professionals. Attitude, effort, teamwork, leadership, and sportsmanship will be stressed throughout the week, while campers learn correct baseball fundamentals.

Attitude & Effort: Your camper will learn to respect and honor the game in an environment where success is measured by effort and teamwork, and not by winning and losing.

Leadership: Campers will be challenged to act like leaders by supporting and respecting everyone in camp: teammates, coaches, and umpires alike.

Skill Development: All participants will leave camp with a high level of understanding of proper technique in all areas of the game. By incorporating drills and competitions developed over a lifetime of playing and teaching the game, campers will gain a firm grounding in the fundamentals to build their baseball careers.

Become a “Student of the Game”: Every camper will be challenged to maximize his or her athletic potential while being encouraged to go above and beyond individual “comfort” levels. By learning new drills, techniques, and philosophies, we hope that all players will become “students of the game.” It is for this reason that campers are encouraged to play many different positions during camp.

Typical Camp Day

9:00-9:10 Drop-off/Welcome/Trivia
9:10-9:25 Introduction/Attendance
9:25-9:50 Run, Stretch, & Agilities
9:50-10:05 Throwing Competitions
10:05-10:10 Water/Shade Break
10:10-10:25 “Skill of the Day” Lesson
10:25-10:50 Drills/Competitions
10:50-11:00 Water/Shade Break
11:00-12:00 Live Instructional Game
12:00 Half-Day Camp Dismissal
12:00-12:45 Full-Day Camp Lunch
12:45-1:00 Light Stretch/Throw
1:00-1:30 Position Specific Stations
1:30-1:45 Daily Batting Lesson
1:45-2:15 Batting Practice
2:15-3:00 Live Instructional Game/Awards/Pick up

*Plus Baseball Trivia Every Day*

Daily Awards

• Hustler of the Day Award
• Teammate of the Day Award
• Hardest Worker of the Day Award
• Best Listener/Eye-Contact Award
• Dirtiest Uniform: “Tide” Award
• Other special awards

What to Bring to Camp

• Players should bring their own gloves to camp.
• Each player will receive a Spring Training Baseball T-Shirt at camp.
• Catchers should bring their protective cups and catching equipment, if they want to catch.
• Players should wear a hat and sunscreen.
• Bats are encouraged, but not required.
• Baseball pants and socks are encouraged, but not required.

Campers are responsible for packing their own lunch, snacks, and drinks. Plenty of water will be available at all times, but water bottles, marked with campers’ names, are highly recommended.


  • Cart

  • Spring Training Sports, Inc.
    E-mail: danielspring14@gmail.com
    Website: www.stbaseball.com
    Spring Training is proud to support the following schools and organizations through various charitable avenues: Cornerstone Elementary School, Dapplegray Elementary School, Silver Spur Elementary School, Lunada Bay Elementary School, Montemalaga Elementary School, Rancho Vista Elementary School, Mira Catalina Elementary School, Palos Verdes High School, Palos Verdes Little League, Rolling Hills Little League, TABB Little League, Riviera Little League, Peninsula Education Foundation, Torrance Memorial Hospital, PV Junior Women's Club, Partners in Health, Doctors Without Borders