The elite baseball training camp will be run by Charlie Frazier. Brother of Todd Frazier, Charlie was drafted by the Florida Marlins and played from 1999-2005.
We will have a 1 day program which is designed by Todd and Charlie Frazier. Much of the camp will be the same drills that Major League teams go through in Spring Training.
* Many drills that MLB players use.
This training camp will be focused on making your athletes hands quicker as they swing through the zone, which will translate to a better launch angle for more extra base hits and homeruns!
It is also designed to make players hands and feet quicker in the field so defensively your athlete can handle a fly ball and ground ball with more efficiency and ease.
We will have end of camp prizes and a homerun derby display from the instructors!
Contact email@example.com with any questions!
Date: April 13th
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: North Edison Baseball Complex - 10 Maryland Ave, Edison NJ 08820
Ages: 7U - 16U
Charlie was a member of the Toms River High School South State Championship team in 1998. He was 1st Team All-State and Gatorade High School player of the year. Charlie went on to be drafted by the Florida Marlins in the 6th Round out of High School. He played in the Marlins organization from 1998 to 2005. Charlie is currently a Toms River South HS baseball coach.
*2015 highlight was throwing to Todd and winning the 2015 Home Run Derby
**"Just signed up. What a great clinic they ran over the holiday break. Improved my sons batting immensely. This is a can't miss 2 weeks before opening day. Thanks for putting this together" -- Ray Gerould (East Brunswick)
**"Best Training Camp in NJ! My boys had a blast as always!" -- Neima Caruso (Jackson)
**"The kids had an amazing time and alot of fun! Great training from Charlie and Todd Frazier!! We cannot wait to return!" -- Arlene Richardson-Finucan (Barnegat)
**"I worked with Coach Frazier and his team at a USABL camp this past summer. They ran drills so professionally that all I had to do was focus on the kids at my station. Knowing the game is important, but being able to teach it like they do is not something you find very often. I had a blast working with them." -- Darryl Strawberry (Former NY Yankee and NY Met)