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San Jose Giants Summer Camps at Municipal Stadium
First Summer Camp Session July 10-13
06/27/2013 4:59 PM ET

SAN JOSE, CA - Wednesday, July 10 through Saturday, July 13 the San Jose Giants will host the first of three summer camp sessions at Municipal Stadium. The session will run from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM each day and will focus on teaching and refining baseball skills for campers ages 8 through 14. The camp is filling quickly so interested participants should contact San Jose Giants Account Executive and Camp Coordinator Taylor Wilding at (408) 380-4502 or email TaylorWilding@sjgiants.com.

The first summer camp session will feature a strong instructional staff filled with current and former collegiate baseball players. Fitness specialists from Crossfit Moxie, speed and vision trainers from Sensory Speed and nutrition personnel from Gatorade will also be on hand to coach and improve participants' skills and health.

"I am extremely excited to get another season of San Jose Giants summer camps under way", said Wilding. "The camps will be a great way for boys and girls alike to learn from some of the best instructors in the area and improve their abilities while having fun playing baseball."   

San Jose Giants Summer Camps are held on the field of historic Municipal Stadium, home to San Francisco Giants prospects for the past 26 seasons. During each session, players will move through hitting, throwing, catching, pitching, fielding and strength and conditioning drills to improve their level of play. On the camp's final day, campers will have the opportunity to play an exhibition game on the field. For more information about summer camp sessions, please visit sjgiants.com or contact Taylor Wilding at (408) 380-4502 or email TaylorWilding@sjgiants.com.

This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.
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